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Accounts Receivable Management: AI-driven AR Automation

The automation of processes in accounts receivable management ensures that your company collects outstanding payments faster. Find out how you can significantly minimise your default risk using accounts receivable automation and artificial intelligence and how you can convert receivables into liquidity.

Status Quo

Current Challenges in Accounts Receivable Management

Customers today want the greatest possible flexibility when making payments. According to the EHI’s annual payment study, the most popular payment options are PayPal and purchase on account – as well as “buy now, pay later” (BNPL), i.e. the use of consumer credit. However, companies in e-commerce or with financial, insurance and supply contracts run the risk of numerous risks such as

  • Delays in payment
  • Complete loss of payment
  • Problems with liquidity

Accounts receivable management (AR management) ensures that debtors pay their receivables on time. In addition, it has a direct impact on working capital and cash flow. AR management protects your company from payment defaults and liquidity bottlenecks. A functioning AR process is therefore a key requirement for the financial stability of companies, es