Liquidity solutions when you need them most. Rely on accurate data for decision making, and improve financial performance.
When the need arises, active cash flow management, including a 13-week forecast, will help a business identify options for greater liquidity by identifying potential changes to cash receipts and cash disbursements. We call this process “pulling levers”, examples of which include:
Restructuring payment terms with vendors
Requiring deposits for new customer orders
Calculating cash infusions from owners or investors
Negotiating collateral advance rates, LOC limits, or deferments with a senior lender
Reducing direct material order quantities or pushing deliveries
Reducing labor (headcount or hours)
Renegotiating contracts or agreements
Whether your business is experiencing growth or is in distress, a cash flow forecast keeps the train on the track. It can help with the revision of payment terms, reduction of expenses, and giving your bank confidence in your plan. You are never too small, or too large, to implement a rolling forecast.
The team at DWH has extensive experience developing, implementing, and using cash flow forecasting tools to help businesses improve their decision making, maximize their cash flow, and improve liquidity. Our staff has helped improve cash flow for companies in a wide variety of industries, including automotive, retail, medical services, and construction.
To read more about the key elements of an effective 13-week cash flow forecasting model, download our full presentation. We’d love to hear from you, please reach out with questions or inquiries to Jeremy Cosby, Senior Director.