Mitigating Inflation, Rising Debt and Cashflow: Finance Transformation Strategies for the Economic Downturn
What's this research about?
Current uncertainties in the global economy and financial markets are placing strong pressure on companies and their supply chains. Corporate focus is shifting from ‘stabilise & survive’ to ‘recovery & growth’. But unstable supply chains are disrupting operations and heightening the pressure on working capital.
Companies with excellent working capital management have a true edge over competition. It’s time to look at finance transformation and the long-term benefits of digital investments as well as working capital efficiencies.
This peer-led research study seeks to open a dialogue between finance leaders to explore the strategies and initiatives implemented for a successful finance transformation to help fund growth, reduce financial leverage, meet liquidity targets and improve working capital.
The research, sponsored by Taulia, will feature the views and insights from 20 industry leaders.
TechPros.io will be publishing a Market View Publication containing insights from the interviews in June 2023.
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PWC’s Working Capital Study 21/22 states that corporate focus is shifting from ‘stabilise & survive’ to ‘recovery & growth’. But unstable supply chains are disrupting operations and heightening the pressure on working capital, the cash needed to run day-to-day operations. 65% of executives surveyed for the report named working capital efficiencies as the main objective for change management and restructuring activities.
In the face of rising inflation and interest rates, as well as supply chain disruptions caused by macroeconomic and geopolitical events, what key strategies and steps do you believe organisations should take to improve their working capital management and provide funding diversity?
What aspects of the finance function are you currently involved with, or do you feel are the most exposed to economic turbulence?