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Global business, conducted on a credit or cash-on-delivery basis, often produces accounts receivable that are a significant portion of a corporation's tangible assets, yet many of those same corporations pay attention to accounts receivable only in a crisis. Consultant Salek supports managing accounts receivable as one would a portfolio and managing the department as active in profitability, with advice on the processes that lead to receivables, in receivables asset management, in choosing and using technology to support receivables, and in organizational structure, reporting and metrics, acquisitions, and outsourcing. He even includes success stories.
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