Achieving an accurate overview of current and future cash positions and flows is important to manage cash and risk exposures efficiently. Yet, many organizations around the globe still limit themselves to pulling the balances from bank statements and call their subsidiaries for their figures, often...
Initiating a crisis management strategy is now top priority for people, businesses and Governments alike. Utilising and developing survival capabilities is proving challenging for many organisations, including cash flow forecasting and managing risk around major supply chain disruptions.
Business as we know it has changed, at least for the foreseeable future. Organisations with transparent cash visibility and modern liquidity management capabilities are at an acute advantage in tackling the effects of the current economic crisis.
See first – then believe. In a whitepaper, system provider Serrala lines out how a better overview of your data, not least the cash positions, will strengthen your management of cash and risk exposures.
In last week’s article, we looked at the reason why almost 50% of finance and treasury professionals continue to experience difficulties with cash flow forecasting. An over-reliance on traditional spreadsheeting contributes heavily to these challenges with its opaque construction, vulnerable exposure to human error, and...
A recent Analyste cash management survey showed that 43 percent of respondents continue to experience issues with their cash flow forecasting. Unsurprisingly, more than half of the market still use spreadsheets to execute this business-critical function. The million-dollar question is, why?
Being local globally is reality for Finland’s elevator-making giant Kone, delivering 500 elevators a day around the world. Yet a tougher central grip on the group’s cash and banking has proven successful, group treasurer Sirkku Markula told the delegates at Treasury 360 Helsinki.