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Factoring Receivables Reduces Cash to Cash Cycle Time

April 3, 2007

Continuing our cash velocity discussion started on March 16, 2007Yesterday we discussed how offering a discount can reduce cash to cash cycle time and today we will discuss an alternative. Another approach, which leads to similar results is receivables factoring. Factoring receivables, however, takes about a month to set up in order to provide all […]

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Decreasing Cash-to-Cash Cycle Time

March 19, 2007

The components of your cash-to-cash cycle time depends on your business but generally includes procurement, raw materials inventory, production, finished goods inventory, logistics, and your accounts receivable. To reduce cash-to-cash cycle time, you can reduce all or any one component. Let’s start at the front end of a typical process and work our way to […]

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Cash Velocity Workshop

May 10, 2011

Your REAL $ Workshop – On DEMAND Viewing Your REAL $ Workshop:  The Theory of Constraints Approach by Dr Lisa Lang If you want the real numbers that we discussed in  The Fastest Way to Increase Cash Flow (<– click to watch it if you missed it)for YOU — for your company and your situation.  Then this workshop is what […]

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Increasing Cash Velocity

May 7, 2011

Purchase Increasing Cash Velocity Increasing Cash Velocity:  The Theory of Constraints Approach to Cash Velocity by Dr Lisa Lang In this ebook we discuss cash velocity. Cash velocity is a component of the wider topic of cash flow. Both cash flow and cash velocity are like good health. When you have it, you don’t really notice. But for many […]

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Cash Velocity Summary

April 19, 2007

Continuing our cash velocity discussion started on March 16, 2007 Cash Velocity Summary There are two cash velocity rules: ● Make sure that the amount and rate of cash flowing in is enough to cover all your business and personal needs ● Be paranoid. Unfortunately, stuff happens. And unless you’re willing to risk losing your […]

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Increasing Cash Velocity Can Increase Throughput

March 30, 2007

Continuing our cash velocity discussion started on March 16, 2007 Now let’s look at the impact on what we discussed yesterday had on our throughput. Let’s say we immediately visit a customer whose complete order was shipped and had just been received by that customer. We make, and they accept, our 20% Discount Mafia Offer […]

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Cash Constrained Company Example

March 29, 2007

Continuing our cash velocity discussion started on March 16, 2007 Reducing Float for the Cash Constrained Company Now let’s consider a case where there is a cash constraint. When cash is your constraint, going out of business is usually not far behind. Most small businesses go out of business because they have run into cash […]

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The Role of Payment Terms in Cash Velocity

March 26, 2007

Continuing our cash velocity discussion started on March 16, 2007 The Role of Payment Terms in Cash Velocity To reduce the time it takes to collect payment from our customers we offer a 1%/10 option, but none of our customers use this option and many of them pay late which is why we have an […]

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Increasing Cash Velocity using Theory of Constraints

March 17, 2007

Cash velocity is a component of the wider topic of cash flow. Both cash flow and cash velocity are like good health. When you have it, you don’t really notice. But for many companies the time between when they have to pay their vendor and when they get paid is large and getting larger. In […]

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Definition of Cash Constraint

March 14, 2007

I’m currently working on a book “Maximizing Cash Flow: The Theory of Constraints Way”. Goldratt doesn’t cover cash flow and it’s not even included under the topic of Throughput Accounting. It is however, one of the most important topics for business owners. 80% of the businesses started with year will be out of business within […]

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