Winning the Order to Cash Race

Cutting costs is a surefire way to improve the bottom line, but visionary Global Business Services leaders do more by controlling costs, cash, and risk. During this session we’ll discuss how to identify opportunities for process improvements across the entire Order-to-Cash mega-process. We’ll discuss how to prioritize improvements based on corporate strategic goals for cost containment, risk management and cash flow optimization. We’ll also help you build a business case to overcome common hurdles such as:

  • Executive and organizational “buy in”
  • Harmonization of improvement across your ERP systems
  • Engaging your stakeholders
  • Calculating ROI
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Winning the Order to Cash Race

Cutting costs is a surefire way to improve the bottom line, but visionary Global Business Services leaders do more by controlling costs, cash, and risk. During this session we’ll discuss how to identify opportunities for process improvements across the entire Order-to-Cash mega-process. We’ll discuss how to prioritize improvements based on corporate strategic goals for cost containment, risk management and cash flow optimization. We’ll also help you build a business case to overcome common hurdles such as:

  • Executive and organizational “buy in”
  • Harmonization of improvement across your ERP systems
  • Engaging your stakeholders
  • Calculating ROI

Please fill out the form to access the webcast:

 

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Optimize SAP Processes to Enable Innovation in Your Business

Dolphin’s SAP-certified solutions for Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Sales and Distribution, and Finance and Administration ensure that you get the innovative capabilities you need. Dolphin solutions let your business adapt quickly to new requirements and continue to benefit from running the world’s leading enterprise applications – SAP.
 

 

Winning the Global Order to Cash Process Transformation Race

The Order-to-Cash process is at the heart of your business. And yet, this process is often surprisingly disjointed, inefficient and difficult to track. In theory, order-to-cash is a single “mega” process that moves an order through the organization from sales through delivery, billing and finally to payment processing. In reality, however, order-to-cash touches many different departments which are either unable or unwilling to work together.

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Differentiating Good from Great. Transform Key Financial Processes to Gain Competitive Advantage and Drive Results

SAPinsider, Jan/Feb/March 2015

Strong financial leadership means more than cost-cutting and performance management. Customers and vendors are looking for reasons to do business with your company — they are differentiating the good companies from the great. To find out where your organization falls on the spectrum, start with this question: Are your finance processes optimized for internal and external business drivers?

Successful finance organizations distinguish themselves in many ways, but the most strategic and successful start by improving service levels and transforming the business to adapt to changing market conditions. Let’s look at three ways companies can adopt a relentless approach to business transformation that drives results.

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Treasury & Cash Management: Payables And Receivables: In the Driver’s Seat

Global Finance Magazine, September, 2013

Companies taking a best-practice approach to AP and AR management are seeing big cost savings and much-improved cycle times. But revamping processes is no mean feat. Like other former back-office financial processes, accounts payable and accounts receivable have come to t he fore in recent years to t ake a place of prominence within t he broader scope of supply chain and working capital management. That’s because accounts payable (AP) and accounts receivable (AR} are critical parts of the bigger financial picture, when it comes to understanding and improving working capital and improving relationships with suppliers.

Click here to read the full article on Global Finance Magazine.

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