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What Is Credit Collections Management (CCM)?
Credit & Collections Management (CCM) is a suite of integrated business applications that extend a company’s accounts receivable and accounting system to facilitate credit management, dispute management, collections, and related business processes. CCM system varies widely by publisher but typically supports these four key functional areas. Read this industry fact sheet & backgrounder and see why you may need a CCM system.

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE COLLECTIONS: that extend a company’s accounts receivable and accounting system to facilitate credit management, dispute management, collections, and related business processes. CCM system varies widely by publisher but typically supports these four key functional areas. Read this industry fact sheet & backgrounder and see why you may need a CCM system. What Is Credit Collections Management (CCM)? style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Accounting and Financial Management,  
4/29/2013 2:58:00 PM

SAP Users Speak Out on Credit and Collections Shortcomings
A recent survey of companies which have implemented SAP Accounts Receivable reveal more than a few areas where the system failed to deliver. Although nearly all reported one or more influences on credit and collections that did not relate to SAP, 70% of them felt shortcomings of SAP's A/R module were at least partly to blame for the observed rise in Days Sales Outstanding.

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE COLLECTIONS: who have implemented SAP Accounts Receivable revealed more than a few areas where the system failed to deliver. We undertook the survey in response to a client inquiry regarding SAP A/R module implementations and possible effects on Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) metrics. DSO, a measure of a company s ability to collect its receivables, is computed in various ways, though we defined it as DSO = (Accounts Receivable*365 Days) / (Total Revenues). Companies participating in the survey belonged to a broad
2/1/2000

Credit versus Collections... Who Do You Trust?
Learn how receivable dashboards allow you to keep track of your customers’ payment more efficiently and improve your agribusiness cash flow. Find out how a good collections management system could significantly increase your return on investment (ROI).

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE COLLECTIONS: Credit versus Collections... Who Do You Trust? Credit versus Collections... Who Do You Trust? Source: Argos Software Document Type: White Paper Description: Learn how receivable dashboards allow you to keep track of your customers’ payment more efficiently and improve your agribusiness cash flow. Find out how a good collections management system could significantly increase your return on investment (ROI). Credit versus Collections... Who Do You Trust? style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered
12/9/2011 3:01:00 PM

Credit versus Collections... Who Do You Trust?
Learn how receivable dashboards allow you to keep track of your customers’ payment more efficiently and improve your agribusiness cash flow. Find out how a good collections management system could significantly increase your return on investment (ROI).

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE COLLECTIONS: Credit versus Collections... Who Do You Trust? Credit versus Collections... Who Do You Trust? Source: Argos Software Document Type: White Paper Description: Learn how receivable dashboards allow you to keep track of your customers’ payment more efficiently and improve your agribusiness cash flow. Find out how a good collections management system could significantly increase your return on investment (ROI). Credit versus Collections... Who Do You Trust? style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered
12/9/2011 3:01:00 PM

Intacct


ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE COLLECTIONS: Intacct Accounting On Demand is an integrated accounting solution. It features the following core and specialized applications: General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Cash Management, Employee Expenses, Order Entry, Inventory Control, Purchase Order, Consolidation, Time and Billing, Business Development, Payroll (through Automatic Data Processing, Inc.

Avexus


ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE COLLECTIONS: Avexus provides solutions to companies that own, operate, manufacture, supply, maintain, repair, and overhaul complex, high value assets.

Stellent Universal Content Management


ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE COLLECTIONS: Stellent Universal Content Management solutions allow users to deploy multiple line-of-business applications such as Web sites, call centers, dealer extranets, compliance initiatives, accounts payable, imaging, and claims processing.

17 Things You Should Be Doing Right Now to Reduce Outstanding Accounts Receivable
Many large credit departments utilize enterprise credit & collections management (CCM) systems that cost tens of thousands of dollars to purchase and even more to implement and to use. Still other collection systems were developed as one-off opportunities by inexperienced developers specializing in a single accounting application. Today there is another choice—for smaller businesses. Read this executive's guide CCM to find out.

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE COLLECTIONS: Now to Reduce Outstanding Accounts Receivable 17 Things You Should Be Doing Right Now to Reduce Outstanding Accounts Receivable Source: e2b anytime apps Document Type: White Paper Description: Many large credit departments utilize enterprise credit & collections management (CCM) systems that cost tens of thousands of dollars to purchase and even more to implement and to use. Still other collection systems were developed as one-off opportunities by inexperienced developers specializing in a single
4/29/2013 1:07:00 PM

Critical Business Functions:Misunderstood, Underutilized, and UndervaluedPart One: Credit and A/R Management
The credit and collection function is the most misunderstood, underutilized, and undervalued area of business. When allied with the sales function, controlled A/R can generate a significant cash inflow playing a huge role in the prospect-to-cash cycle.

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE COLLECTIONS: in today s business world. Accounts receivable (A/R) is one of the largest and most liquid of corporate assets, credit and A/R management may be the most misunderstood, underutilized, and undervalued business process. For example, the potential cash flow that can be generated when A/R is brought under control is huge. A very modest three-day reduction in A/R for a typical $20 million company can be in excess of $200,000! Yet, most often credit and A/R management are thought to be part of accounting—a
2/2/2005

Is Your Financial Transaction Secure?
The FDIC imposes IT integrity ratings on financial institutions. These ratings are known as URSIT ratings and are not disclosed to the public. There is no easy discernable way to know how safe your on-line transactions are.

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE COLLECTIONS: has been protecting financial accounts since 1933, when it was first instituted by Congress in response to the Great Depression. Essentially, the FDIC is a government managed insurance company. Since the FDIC is insuring deposits, it makes sense that they are also concerned with financial systems integrity and network security. Traditionally, the FDIC has been used as a safety-net for bank failures. Since the FDIC began official operations in 1934, at least one bank a year has failed. This year, so far,
10/6/1999

Sage 50 Distribution Accounting


ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE COLLECTIONS: Peachtree by Sage Premium Accounting for Distribution features a company consolidation wizard, Advanced Budgeting, Employee Raise Tracking, as well as the Standard Accounting features as General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Inventory, Payroll, Time & Billing, and Job Costing, Fixed Assets, Analysis and Reporting, and Time Savers and Customization.


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