High-End Receivables Analytics Solutions

A powerful way to intensify your working capital and revenue position through Accounts Receivables analytics.

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Visualize Intuitive Data In Seconds

Streamlined stats for Account Managers to identify actionable insights for business units and customer receivable insights to improve credit’s recovery and cash flow, optimize the percentage of receivables conversion.

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Identify Underlying Outstanding Receivables

Pinpoint customers where business has more outstanding credits in a chronological manner along with aging to avoid them from becoming bad debts.
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Estimate The Bad Debts Expense To The Business

Avoid potential bad debts by viewing receivable aging reports that show unpaid invoice balances and their outstanding duration which assists in performing targeted recovery operations.

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Forecast Industry Tendencies & Effectively Market Your Target Audience

Analyze industry comparisons and trends to understand customers in better ways and also to help business negotiations for pricing, services and product sales.

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Drill Down Organizational Summary For Receivables

A bird’s eye view on outstanding receivables, receivable trends, credits aging, and recovery managers at the region, state, division, and branch levels.

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Analyze Receivable Trends to Optimize Efficiency

Compare the percentages for receivables and bad debts over a period of time to devise a plan of action by improving business functions.

Customer Health Statistics


Invoices are paid late in the United States

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Late payments are due to compliance or administrative problems such as incorrect invoices or receiving the invoice too late to process payment on established credit terms


Financial executives stated that customers didn’t pay on time because they either didn’t have the money or they were unable to contact the customer to resolve the issue

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Businesses in the Americas lose 51.9% of the value of their B2B receivables that are not paid within 90 days of the due date

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Companies who rely on manual processes to manage collections, spend 15% of their time prioritizing their activities, 15% of their time gathering information to make collection, and only 20% of their time actually communicating with their customers about payment

Source – Anytimecollect