Assuring optimum cash flow

Sadly enough, many debtors (around 15 to 25 percent) exceed the agreed payment term and therefore have payment arrears. For their creditors this means considerably less financial maneuvering space, as any cash flow manager will tell you. We help our customers to collect payments faster, with a vigorous approach to debt management and collection. But that’s not all; we also consider other vital questions. Could it be useful to make a distinction between key accounts and regular customers in payment terms? Could it be effective to send customer X account statements instead of reminders, as a subtle way to shorten the payment term?

Structural cash flow improvement

Our approach to these types of issues is tailormade, always focused on structural improvement. We aim to optimize the cash flow of our customers as quickly as possible. At the same time, we want to avoid that free cash flow from being constantly endangered by an underlying problem that has not been resolved.

"Many debtors (around 15 to 25 percent) exceed the agreed payment term and therefore have payment arrears."
Jorick Wimmenhoeve - Operational Manager

That’s why we actively follow the customer's process and, if necessary, will not hesitate to provide unsolicited advice and take action. What matters is achieving optimum cash flow –now and in years to come.

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