Accounts Receivable Management
Outsourcing the accounts receivable role allows you to concentrate on managing your business more efficiently, while a specialist looks after your most important asset – the money outstanding.
Jones Business Services can manage your accounts receivable function by working from your aged receivables report/history report; monitoring, calling up, following up, visiting(if reasonable), collecting, taking time to discuss and maintaining a rapport with your Clients.
We educate your Clients to pay in a more timely fashion. We manage your accounts receivable ledger before it become s a problem, before the debts become old, difficult, time consuming and expensive to collect.
We do this when it is necessary – not when time allows.
As you are aware, stress can impair productivity.
Allow yourself and staff the freedom to concentrate time and effort in producing more business without the stress of chasing outstanding monies; without souring the relationship by discussing outstanding debts. Our negotiation and mediation skills along with Client payment education, may not only see your monies recovered more quickly, but, as we have seen, can significantly increase the chances of creating more business for you.
Outsourcing your Accounts Receivable Management to Jones Business Services is a positive move for your business to make. We can do this more effectively, more efficiently and for a fraction of the cost of you employing staff. And, we can do it 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You don’t pay wages, sick pay, annual leave, superannuation, office space, phone calls, computers, etc.
A constant and predicable cash-flow from a stable base of Clients allows more efficient planning for future growth and capital expenditure and, you may be able to fund your own expansion without having to rely on the services of the bank.
Time is money and a job is worth nothing until you get paid – so contact us today on 1300 300 149
Using Jones Business Services credit collection agency for your Receivables Management is “where the cash-flow starts”.