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By John G. Salek

International company, carried out on a credits or cash-on-delivery foundation, frequently produces debts receivable which are a good portion of a corporation's tangible resources, but a lot of those self same enterprises be aware of bills receivable in basic terms in a quandary. advisor Salek helps dealing with bills receivable as one might a portfolio and coping with the dep. as energetic in profitability, with recommendation at the methods that result in receivables, in receivables asset administration, in deciding on and utilizing know-how to aid receivables, and in organizational constitution, reporting and metrics, acquisitions, and outsourcing. He even contains luck tales.

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Again, this should be couched in terms of a customer service call. Inquire about the status of the installation of the equipment and if there are any issues, but work toward the invoice and payment subject. All issues identified should be routed to service or sales for remediation. c. A few days before the invoice due date, confirm that payment has been made or scheduled. d. Follow-up in short intervals until the invoice has been paid. Key Points There are five key points regarding invoicing: 1.

Once the elements of the order are approved, the credit status of the customer must be checked before the order is released for fulfillment. If the customer’s credit status is unacceptable, the order is placed on “credit hold,” Best Practices for which were discussed in greater detail in the “Credit Controls” section. Another condition of fulfilling an order is the validity of the order. In theory, it must be a bona fide order from an individual at the customer authorized to place orders. The customer often accomplishes this by placing a purchase order, which is a legal commitment to accept and pay for the order if it is satisfactorily fulfilled.

Inquire about the status of the installation of the equipment and if there are any issues, but work toward the invoice and payment subject. All issues identified should be routed to service or sales for remediation. c. A few days before the invoice due date, confirm that payment has been made or scheduled. d. Follow-up in short intervals until the invoice has been paid. Key Points There are five key points regarding invoicing: 1. Accuracy is the Holy Grail of invoicing. It drives efficiency and effectiveness in the entire revenue cycle.

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