Blog posts • Feb 15, 2017 11:30 GMT
In blog one of this series we looked at the basics of quoting and invoicing, discussing what they are and the role they play in generating cash. Yet, many still rely on inadequate processes when managing these vital functions. We take a look at some of the most common and the impact they can have on small businesses.
Blog posts • Feb 09, 2017 14:30 GMT
The quote to cash process, essentially the way that companies create their revenue stream, is a key part of any business’ daily life. Done well, it supports healthy cash flow; done badly it can result in loss of business and harmful payment delays which can be devastating for small businesses.
Blog posts • Sep 15, 2016 14:30 BST
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney's recent decision to ease the lending rules for banks so that they can increase lending to households and businesses by up to £150 billion highlights the importance of easy access to finance for the UK economy.
Blog posts • Apr 20, 2016 10:22 BST
Neopost recently conducted research to understand how businesses are handling the transition to digital communications. We surveyed employees with responsibility for processing invoices & receipts in organisations with turnovers of between £10 & £100 million our findings highlight both the rapid take-up of paper-free working and how easily potential obstacles to digitisation can be overcome.
Blog posts • Jan 26, 2016 10:10 GMT
In a world of uncertainty and turmoil, one thing that can be predicted with absolute confidence is that in 2016, businesses of all types will continue to pursue digitisation strategies to reduce their reliance on paper and manual processing.
Blog posts • Dec 14, 2015 15:03 GMT
Black Friday may have been lacklustre on the High Street, but it broke all records online. According to Experian-IMG, UK online shoppers spent a record £1.1 billion on Friday the 27th of November, 36% more than last year. This milestone is testament to UK shoppers' love of a bargain and the ease and convenience of armchair shopping with a credit or debit card.
Blog posts • Nov 17, 2015 10:59 GMT
For companies of any size, not receiving payment when it’s due is an annoying and sometimes damaging problem. In fact, a survey conducted by the Institute of Directors (IoD) revealed that 66 percent of businesses have experienced late payment, with half of those affected forced to alter strategic decisions because of it.