Bringing intentional working capital management to your organization can be transformative for your liquidity and for various operational factors – but where do you start, and how can you help your organization achieve truly excellent working capital? This mini eBook covers the different definitions of working capital and their purposes; the appropriate aims of a working capital management program contrasted with the red herrings; stories that demonstrate working capital issues and solutions; and leading practices and necessary steps. Its guidance is aimed at helping you lead your organization into a thriving state of efficiency and excellence by optimizing working capital and aligning goals.
Craig Jeffery of Strategic Treasurer talks with Brent Kinman of Corcentric on key principles of working capital management, including how organizations achieve alignment between areas. There are several critical measurements of efficiency and the use of capital that allow organizations to understand how activities impact their performance.
All leading organizations manage working capital intentionally. Effective working capital management requires organizational alignment, measurements, and a focus on optimization. This webinar will highlight the key principles of working capital management, including how organizations achieve alignment between areas. It will also discuss several critical measurements of efficiency and use of capital that allow organizations to understand how activities impact their performance. The session will be balanced between core concepts and helpful examples.
Survey Results: B2B Payments & WCM Strategies [Webinar with Bank of America Merrill Lynch & Bottomline Technologies]
This webinar is based on the results of the 2018 B2B Payments & WCM Strategies Survey underwritten by Bank of America Merrill Lynch & Bottomline Technologies. During this webinar, we will discuss high-level results and provide some year-over-year comparisons. 1.2 CTP re-certification credits will be given for this webinar.
This session will explore how newer digital tools and approaches represent an opportunity to optimize working capital management through an expanded perspective of trade finance.