Outsourcing Receivables:

The right move?

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26 June 2018
14:00 - 14:45 (CEST)

Working on Accounts Receivable in a global environment can be challenging for many different reasons.
Whether your challenge is language barriers, time difference or retaining talent, the outcome is the same
your Accounts Receivable are not under control.

Outsourcing part of your Accounts Receivable does not have to be as complex as it may seem. To find out more about the benefits it can bring, sign up for the webinar today.

Join our in-depth webinar with a Q&A session covering:

  • The pros and cons of outsourcing receivables management
  • Common challenges and solutions to managing receivables portfolios
  • When and how you should outsource your receivables

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