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Published By: Fiserv     Published Date: Jul 09, 2018
Cash may be popular with consumers, but it often presents challenges and extra costs for retailers. Manually handling, counting, reconciling and depositing cash every day, or multiple times a day, can be expensive. Smart safe technology and automated cash handling can help and benefit all areas of your business from Finance to Operations to Loss Prevention but, more importantly, your customers. Read this eBook to learn the four key benefits of automated cash handling: Maximize your cash flow Gain more flexibility with open systems Reduce shrinkage and reconciliation Care for customers instead of counting cash
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Published By: UPS Capital     Published Date: Feb 19, 2019
WD Music is a one-of-a-kind company, but their path to growth was blocked by a problem faced by thousands of small and mid-sized businesses: their precious capital was tied up in a long cash-conversion cycle. WD Music had to pay suppliers in-full for guitar parts, then wait weeks or months to recoup the cash from customer sales. This left them without the working capital to buy more inventory, fulfill more orders and create a healthier, more profitable business. One day, Larry Davis, Vice President of WD Music, was speaking with Greg Kleehammer, from UPS Capital. Kleehammer asked a simple question: What if you could take one of your companys biggest assets your in-transit inventory and turn it into working capital? Thats how WD Music discovered an alternative-financing solution that opened the door to more growth, more prosperity and a lot less stress.
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Published By: UPS Capital     Published Date: Feb 13, 2019
WD Music is a one-of-a-kind company, but their path to growth was blocked by a problem faced by thousands of small and mid-sized businesses: their precious capital was tied up in a long cash-conversion cycle. WD Music had to pay suppliers in-full for guitar parts, then wait weeks or months to recoup the cash from customer sales. This left them without the working capital to buy more inventory, fulfill more orders and create a healthier, more profitable business. One day, Larry Davis, Vice President of WD Music, was speaking with Greg Kleehammer, from UPS Capital. Kleehammer asked a simple question: What if you could take one of your companys biggest assets your in-transit inventory and turn it into working capital? Thats how WD Music discovered an alternative-financing solution that opened the door to more growth, more prosperity and a lot less stress.
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