SOURCE: The Accounts Receivable Network

The Accounts Receivable Network

October 06, 2011 10:27 ET

The Accounts Receivable Network Presents a FREE White Paper: Automating the Order-to-Cash Cycle: Eliminating Paper, Improving Efficiency in Accounts Receivable

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - Oct 6, 2011) - The Accounts Receivable Network announces the release of the Automating the Order-to-Cash Cycle: Eliminating Paper, Improving Efficiency in Accounts Receivable white paper.

This report, sponsored by Metafile, provides an overview of AR technology trends, the steps in an automated order-to-cash process, implementation methods, system issues, potential benefits and concerns, and ROI and cost considerations. Both accounts receivable management and staff can benefit by learning the benefits and issues related to accounts receivable automation.

The white paper covers multiple topics related to accounts receivable automation including how to:

  • Minimize paperwork and automate non-value-added functions
  • Increase efficiency within the AR function, while lowering total AR costs
  • Control and monitor the workflow and information flow throughout the order-to-cash cycle
  • Reduce days sales outstanding
  • Minimize disputes and speed resolution of disputes

For more information or to request a complimentary copy, go to http://www.tarn.com/FreeARwhitepaper or call (770)984-1184.

About The Accounts Receivable Network

The Accounts Receivable Network (TARN) offers the most comprehensive, specialized resource available for accounts receivable professionals by providing -- in one convenient, online location -- integrated solutions for AR strategy, technology, people and processes.

With TARN's robust database of original AR content, calculators, AR business tools, white papers, case studies and current AR news from around the world, you'll have unrestricted access to critical information guaranteed to help you make smart business decisions.

Contact Information

  • For more information, contact:
    Anna Motuz
    770-984-1184 ext. 232
    Email Contact