4 Ways to Outpace Competitors in the Order-to-Cash Race

With many different ways to improve processes, it can be difficult for organizations to decide where to start. For those that want to be able to outpace competitors in global process improvement, even small changes to existing processes can deliver significant benefits through lower costs, greater productivity and reduced risk. Based on case studies, here are 4 ways organizations have successfully improved order-to- cash processes. 1. Automated order handling reduced processing costs by 72% for a leading worldwide manufacturer of electrical products, tools and hardware. 2. Digitizing order and deliver documents reduced buyer inquiries from days to minutes for a global designer and maker of communication and navigation products. 3. Templated-based process simplified payment from large retailers for a world leader in imaging, precision equipment and instruments. 4. Centralizing payment processing quickened time to payment for a leading maker of medical devices for home, hospitals and laboratories with multiple distributed locations. If you are looking for ways to drive improvements in O2C, read Brian's blog on Shared Services Link or read the case studies linked above.

4 Ways to Outpace Competitors in the Order-to-Cash Race

With many different ways to improve processes, it can be difficult for organizations to decide where to start. For those that want to be able to outpace competitors in global process improvement, even small changes to existing processes can deliver significant benefits through lower costs, greater productivity and reduced risk. Based on case studies, here are 4 ways organizations have successfully improved order-to- cash processes.

1. Automated order handling reduced processing costs by 72% for a leading worldwide manufacturer of electrical products, tools and hardware.

2. Digitizing order and deliver documents reduced buyer inquiries from days to minutes for a global designer and maker of communication and navigation products.

3. Templated-based process simplified payment from large retailers for a world leader in imaging, precision equipment and instruments.

4. Centralizing payment processing quickened time to payment for a leading maker of medical devices for home, hospitals and laboratories with multiple distributed locations.

If you are looking for ways to drive improvements in O2C, read Brian’s blog on Shared Services Link or read the case studies linked above.