Managing Work Capital Cycle of a company

Working capital of a business venture is the ongoing liquidity of it that can be availed and used for funding daily operations. Basically, it is the amount of cash that the company has at hand for executing a process that takes place regularly. For running a smooth sailing business working capital is essential as it is profoundly related to the financial well-being of the enterprise.  

Fulfilling financial requisites involved in running a business is the main requisite of a successful business. From covering electricity bills to meeting overhead expenses a business infrastructure has several requirements to achieve within a definite schedule. While fulfilling subsidiary tasks is an essential part of a company it is also important to have proper working capital cycle management.

WCC or Working Capital Cycle is the amount of time taken by a company for converting its overall assets and liabilities into cash. It is a vital part of any business operation as it paves the pathway for profitability and sustainability. For a WCC to have its full-fledged effect it is essential to minimize the duration of WCC while increasing immediate liquidity.

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For a proper working capital cycle management, it is essential to pay heed to factors such as Accurate Inventory Management, Seeking Early Payment and offering deals only on cash. Having an adequate amount of stock, getting timely payments and offering goods on cheques and credits are some basic requirements for a properly conducting working capital cycle. Not only will it help in meeting daily task but will ensure a longer growth of a company.

Read More at: A Guide on Effective Working Capital Cycle Management

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