C2C Resources Promotes Accounts Receivable Automation Process
July 09, 2014
Atlanta-based accounts receivable solutions provider, C2C Resources is involved in collecting commercial debt on behalf of their over 20,000 clients and is considered one of the top agencies in the country. The company’s portfolio includes solutions like Profit Maximizer, InfoMax Collection System, and Legal Forwarding Edge, which can help companies to be more effective with their own in-house collecting and maximize recovery of accounts turned over for collection.
Recently, the company has disclosed the top three benefits of utilizing accounts receivable automation technology for businesses. According to the company, small, mid-market and enterprise companies should rely on a system or pair of systems that both assist with accounting and provides automation for following-up with delinquent businesses.
One of the top reason as per C2C Resources is, the accounts receivable automation technology streamlines the business processes and also makes way for the growth of the company. Businesses can easily process higher-volume at a faster rate, which eases the company’s cash flow and gives opportunity to businesses to build good relationship with the vendors and customers.
Also, the use of automation software helps the company to be more accountable on the payment schedules for each customer and employees. For example, if a person is on vacation or leaves the company, everything is within one system and not on the to-do list in the mind of the employee.
A good accounts receivable solution helps businesses to work on decreasing the money that is being tied up by accounts receivable and helps in investing the money in different streams. The usage of automation software will make sure that no customer will be allowed to slip through the cracks.
“It really comes down to moving your company into the 21st century,” explained Todd Tinkler, President of C2C Resources. “We understand that most businesses use accounting software, making it easy to bill customers and run lists of delinquent payers; but the cycle is not complete until you actually receive the payment. You should be following up with customers so that you get paid for the services you provide.”
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