Cash cycle

Cash cycle

In general, the time between cash disbursement and cash collection. In net working capital management, it can be thought of as the operating cycle less the accounts payable payment period.

Cash Conversion Cycle

The time between an expenditure of money to make a product and the collection of accounts receivable from the sale of that product. Obviously, a shorter cash conversion cycle is preferable. A longer cash conversion cycle may indicate a current or potential problem with cash flow.
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"The majority of these coins are used in only a single transaction before they leave the cash cycle, having been saved in jars or thrown away."
He stressed that the return of the cash cycle or liquidity to its natural position, as it was in the past, which provide the banks comes from two sources the central bank and the supply of customers, indicating that the return of the cash cycle depends on rebuilding confidence between banks and customers, pointing out that no alternative to the treatment of the cash flow except the electronic payment system.
Oil & gas blockchain technology in energy market is set to witness substantial growth on account of fewer cost intermediaries, limited overhead cost and reduced cash cycle times.
The Order2Cash software platform offers a single platform to manage the entire order to cash cycle. A modular collection of powerful and intelligent solutions and service packages geared towards helping companies minimize risk, accelerate payments and create greater efficiencies within accounts receivable.
At the same time, small- and medium-sized suppliers can substantially enhance inventory efficiency, meeting order requests faster and shortening their cash-to- cash cycle.
The government also claimed that it has restored 60 percent of the cash cycle and financial turnover from the black market to the official and commercial banking sector in accordance with international standards and requirements for combating terrorism and money laundering.
Using 75 manufacturing firms listed in the Istanbul Stock Exchange in 2002-2009 as the sample, they demonstrate that the receivable collection period and cash cycle are negatively related to firms' profitability.
Cash conversion cycle in Mindanao is shortest at almost two weeks, while the Visayas has a cash cycle of almost one month.
Tractor sales have two seasons a year and investors are needed to purchase tractors all year round to meet the demand surge after the Rabi and Kharif crops are harvested and agri economy cash cycle revolves.
Tractor sales have 2 seasons a year and investors are needed to purchase tractors year round to meet the demand surge after the rabi and kharif crops are harvested and agri economy cash cycle revolves.
With the largest sales network in the ATM industry, PAI touches every part of the "cash cycle" and is the industry's most fully-integrated provider, serving merchants, consumers, financial institutions, and ATM wholesalers.
IT'S thought that around six-in-10 of the overall amount of 1p and 2p coins are only used once in transactions, before they disappear out of the cash cycle.