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Cash Flow and Credit Policy in E-ON RIX

Because on the current conditions maintaining the financial health of your business will be a crucial factor for its survival.

Our Cash Flow & Credit Policy functionality, closely associated with the pricing and sales functions of E-ON RIX will provide you with real time, reliable information and answers and will prove to be the tool to fully support you in your efforts to maintain the financial health of your business.

Do you have an accounting system?

If you do then you can track your customers’ and suppliers’ balances. But....

In these times of financial difficulties it is of the outmost importance for you to not only track the balances but to have a warning before they grow too much!

You would like your software to warn you when your customers are about to exceed their credit limits.

You would like to know what happens with seasonal fluctuations beyond normal.

Do you sell only accepting cash or you also accept credit? If you do how do you track the installments that settle your invoices?

Do not let unanswered questions affect the smooth operations of your business.

It is essential for you to know…

When each customer must settle an installment or the whole invoice.

Which are the installments.

If the customer does not pay on time how will it affect you financially.

If you are entitled to claim compensation for late payments and how much.

If your customers are entitled to a discount if they pays in cash or before the agreed date.

Who are the customers to whom you allowed to exceed their credit limit.

We can provide the answers you seek.

Do you accept customer orders without direct invoicing. If you do then…

You need your ordering module to warn you if the credit limit of the customer is exceeded.

To warn you if you must ask for a down payment before the order is executed.

it is important to know at any time the future status of your cash position.

To know if your cash availability will be at such a level that you will need a bank loan and how much.

To make scenarios to predict the progress of your finances, if customers do not pay you on time. To have a plan for what will happen if your collections are reduced by 10% etc.

To make provisions for future expenses in order to form an as much precise as possible view or what lies ahead.


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