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How to Streamline your

Accounts Receivable Processes

for Improved Cash Flow

WITH MICROSOFT 365 FINANCE

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Webinar Length: 30 min

 

REDUCE MANUAL TASKS FOR YOUR ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE PROCESS

As a finance or business leader, you’re keenly aware that accounts receivable is more than just a line item on the balance sheet—it’s the heartbeat of your organisation’s cash flow, essential for ensuring financial stability and growth.

Yet, navigating the complexities of the accounts receivable process can often feel like a daunting task, with the looming threat of late payments and bad debts.

Finance teams often find themselves bogged down by outdated processes and endless administrative headaches.

However, streamlining these processes isn't just advisable—it's a strategic imperative for securing your organisation's financial future.

Join us for an exclusive webinar where we’ll shed light on the strategies and techniques that finance leaders are using to streamline accounts receivable processes and supercharge cash flow.

In just 30min we’ll not only unpack strategies and best practices but we will share the latest technology innovations in this space.

Say goodbye to manual invoicing nightmares and endless rounds of follow-up on overdue payments.

Reserve your seat now and take the first step towards a future of financial success.

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As an added bonus, there is a prize up for grabs!

Attend the entire series live, and you will be entered in our draw to win a pair of Microsoft Modern Wireless Headsets.

What to expect during this webinar

What you will learn:

  • Uncover the hidden challenges and pain points lurking within your accounts receivable processes.

  • Discover innovative strategies and best practices to optimise your accounts receivable workflows for maximum efficiency and profitability.

  • Explore cutting-edge software solutions and tools designed to automate tedious tasks and eliminate costly errors.

Who should attend?

  • CFOs
  • Finance Managers
  • Accounting Mangers
  • Financial Controllers
  • Financial Reporting Managers