Often one hears about qbenchmarkingq in business, but what does this really mean? Neil G Van Luven covers this expertly in concise terminology. This is the first time in one place that these topics are explained, including best practice customer satisfaction issue handling; a new way of looking at and interpreting billings and receivable trends; what constitutes qterms and conditionsq; how to qmaximize working capital performanceq; training the trainer, prepayments, and why they are important; impact of eCommerce; credit insurance; payment vehicles; customer and supplier relationships; centralization; lockboxes; sales commission policies; outsourcing; factoring; securitization; free ride ratio; Intranet; EDSO and EDPO; and many others. This book gives details of Balance Sheet Optimization and how this can work for you, as illustrated by reader comments. qYour book is amazing. I bought it three months ago and I have already implemented some of the suggestions. My supervisors have been most impressed and it has resulted in a promotion which I received today. Thank you for writing this book.q - Wilfred Millstone qI have become noticed by my senior management because I articulated several of the suggestions and they are now taking greater notice of me for which I have to thank you.q - William Cashmore qI read your book and at first I thought it was going to be too high level for me to fully understand. However, I am now using several of the concepts which have impressed my colleagues. I am now confident that it will lead to personal improvement and more salary for which I thank you.q - Sally MonfreddieAccounts receivable coverage, or credit insurance as it is better known, is readily available and can be tailor made to fit ... underwrite a credit insurance policy based solely on a formal credit- and collections-procedure manual being in place .
|Title||:||Secrets of Balance Sheet Optimization|
|Author||:||Neil G Van Luven|
|Publisher||:||Strategic Book Publishing Rights Agency - 2014-05-15|