Tight Cash Flow

Subcontractor

Tight Cash Flow

The Situation

  • Subcontractor with a seasonal business model doing about 3M of revenue
  • Struggled with cash flow, forced to use Line of Credit to meet payroll during ramp-up
  • Owner was not getting timely information to monitor performance of entire company

The Solution

  • Created custom reports including dashboard to monitor performance and cash forecasts to predict shortfalls and surpluses
  • Helped client understand cash flow cycle and how to avoid the cash "crunch"

The Results

  • Shortened A/R collection period by 8.7 days
  • Revenue growth of 37.1%, net income increased by 149%
  • 2 yr. average Return on Investment for client of 1,125%

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