Credit Crisis and the Impact on Cash Flow

Beech, John
February 2008
Credit Control;2008, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports on the impact of the ongoing credit crisis and restriction on easy credit on the cost of borrowing for businesses in Great Britain. It suggests the need for companies to tighten their financial reigns and unlock cash from within their organizations, particularly to their debtor list. It also discusses how technology plays an important part in creating greater efficiencies in the credit control process to reduce debtor days and improve cash flow.


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