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Surprise! Automation Does That.

automation benefitsI’ve always been one to love surprises. I’m great at planning them, but, unfortunately, even better at ruining them — so who better to talk about the surprise benefits of automation?! Read more

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5 Reasons Finance Professionals Should Consider SaaS Solutions

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As the last stretch of 2016 approaches, the age of ubiquitous technology also nears. Today most, if not all, businesses and organizations do the bulk of their operations electronically. With the adoption of electronic processes comes high price tags for the required software. Whether the software is processing transactions, executing licensed applications, or delivering professional services — the expenditures can be costly.  Read more

Accounts Receivable & Sales: The Great Divide

Screen-Shot-2016-08-26-at-11.11.12-AM-1024x440Although separate business functions, the Sales and AR departments would have a difficult time existing without each other. Even though they work hand-in-hand, it appears at times they’re in competition rather than cahoots…”frenemies” that are ultimately working towards the same goal. Read more

The Online Payment Train: 5 Reasons Why your B2B Company Should get On Board

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With technology and the internet playing such monumental roles in our day-to-day lives, it’s hard to remember a time when we weren’t able to perform virtually any task or get the answer to any question with the click of a button. Read more

5 Questions to Ask Vendors (and Yourself) Before Investing in an AR Management Solution

Question Marks on BlackboardSearching for the right accounts receivable (AR) management solution for your business can be tricky. Whether it’s knowing the AR solution cost or implementation time, there’s a lot of options and even more to learn about each one.

Luckily, we have some questions that will help point you in the right direction.

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The Top Do’s and Don’ts of AR Management

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When it comes to managing your billing and collections, it can be tricky. Luckily, there are some common do’s and don’ts of AR management businesses should follow.

DON’T be too rigid.
DO be flexible and considerate of customer situations.

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Why IT Teams Love TermSync

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It’s here — the final part of our five-part blog series on the teams that love TermSync’s AR solution. Up last, but not least, is the IT team.

Although an integral part of every company, IT is often the last to know about new software being implemented. The opposite is true when TermSync’s AR solution is brought to the table, which is why they love it. Read more

4 Common Objections to AR Management Software

When searching for a better way to manage the accounts receivable (AR) department, many companies overlook solutions with an automation component due to preconceived notions and objections about what it entails.

Won’t it take over staff jobs? Isn’t it expensive? Won’t it take months to get up and running? No, no and no. Now listen up, because here’s the truth behind some of the most common objections to implementing an accounts receivable management solution. Read more

5 Reasons Why Sales Teams Love TermSync

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Back for more? Welcome to part four of the five-part blog series on teams that love TermSync and our accounts receivable solution! This week’s focus will be on sales. Read more

Benefits of Automating Accounts Receivable

Do you get a lot of emails or phone calls from your customers requesting that you send another copy of their invoice? Do you use a lot of Excel spreadsheets to track payment follow-up tasks? Do you know there are bottlenecks, but don’t have the data to prove where they are? Do you wish you could change your accounts receivable (AR) and collections management process quickly, but are buried in hierarchy? You’re experiencing the stress of a manual workflow. Read more