DECATUR, Ala., Friday, September 16, 2022— Interstate Billing Service honored First Responder groups with a lunch on Friday, September 9th at the company’s headquarters in Decatur.
When it comes to getting paid on time, every time, you need to have a solid accounts receivable (AR) system in place.
Ransomware attacks can cripple a business if proper precautions aren't taken. If you run a heavy-duty business, it's important to know how to prevent ransomware attacks and what to do if one occurs.
As a business owner, you know that customer referrals are key to your success. The faster you can gain customer approval and trust, the more likely they are to refer you to their friends and family.
When you own and operate a truck shop, cash flow is key. Every day, you make decisions about what services to offer, what parts to order, and how many staff to hire. All these decisions have an impact on your cash flow.
Despite your best efforts, sometimes you’ll still have to deal with invoice disputes. Maybe the customer didn’t receive the invoice, or maybe they claim the wrong product was delivered. No matter the reason, disputes can be costly and time-consuming.
Decatur, Ala. – June 6, 2022 – Pluss Software LLC, a leading software solutions provider for the heavy-duty aftermarket industry, has expanded their partner relationship with Interstate Billing Service, INC (IBS), to offer cash flow and receivable management services for their customers.
Receiving payments from customers is an important part of any business. But it can also be a hassle. Trying to keep track of who owes you money, chasing down payments, and dealing with late payments can all be time-consuming and frustrating. We'll walk you through the best ways to get paid quickly and easily.
The strength of your accounts receivable team depends on the strengths of the individual team members. Ideally a company would be able to hire multiple employees to handle the different areas of accounts receivable: billing, credit, and collections. But the reality is that many companies only have the bandwidth to hire one or two general A/R specialists.
As the recent events throughout the pandemic have all too clearly illustrated, businesses can never be too prepared for the unexpected — because the unexpected can and will happen. Natural disasters, municipal, state, or national emergencies, cyber attacks, and global pandemics are just a few examples of catastrophes that can result in a loss of product and revenue, induce layoffs, and in a worst case scenario, completely debilitate a business.