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9 Key Accounts Receivable KPIs and Metrics For Managing A/R. 1 1. Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) and Best Possible DSO. 2 2. Average Days Delinquent (ADD) 3 3. Accounts Receivable Turnover Ratio (ART) 4 4. Collection Effectiveness Index (CEI) 5 5. Deduction Days Outstanding (DDO) More itemsWhat is the Accounts Receivable Turnover Ratio?
The main points to be aware of are: The accounts receivable turnover ratio is an efficiency ratio that measures the number of times over a year (or another time period) that a company collects its average accounts receivable.What are the key performance indicators (KPI) to monitor?
Monitoring this metric is essential to ensure that accounts receivable is collecting on bills in a timely manner. This KPI is an essential piece of understanding your organization's cash flow process.What happens to unpaid accounts receivable when turnover is high?
Essentially, unpaid accounts receivable act as interest-free loans, meaning that companies who cannot collect them tend to lose money the longer they take. A higher turnover ratio is preferable, as it indicates a company can collect their outstanding accounts more frequently, and thus avoid losing money on credit sales.