O2C

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AcronymDefinition
O2COrder-To-Cash
O2COxford to Cambridge Arc (UK; development initiative)
O2CObject to See
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This acquisition allows Billtrust to help further streamline and digitize the order-to-cash experience.
"By adding adjacent functionality, this acquisition enhances our capabilities in the order-to-cash cycle and delivers valuable business outcomes to our important wholesale distributor customer segment," said Steve Pinado, president at Billtrust, in a prepared statement.
With the xSuite portfolio, a company can combine different modules to form end-to-end solutions for procure-to-pay (P2P), order-to-cash (O2C) and other processes.
Order-to-Cash Analytics bring tremendous power to understand and manage OTC operations in nearly real-time to produce desired financial outcomes.
The order-to-cash process touches key performance areas including sales order management, order fulfillment, billing, credit management, cash collection and cash application.
#2 Plan-to-Production: "Production" here includes manufacturing, sourcing, inventory and anything else required to ensure that Order-to-Cash has access to the items users will need when they need it.
Equitant made the move in order to focus on its outsourcing service for the Order-To-Cash process among Global 1000 companies.
B2B Soft's Wireless Standard, the premiere Point-of-Sale solution for the wireless industry, is now fully integrated with Cycle30's hosted order-to-cash platform for wireless billing.
Building on the earlier success of monitoring procure-to-pay, order-to-cash, financial accounting and capital projects, Oversight 4.2 continuously monitors the transactions and activities in human resources and stock option administration systems to ensure compliance in every step involved in the process for granting, executing and accounting for employee stock options.
Unfortunately, most organizations are divided into discrete functional areas operating on disparate systems, resulting in an inability to leverage data and resources across the key areas within the order-to-cash cycle.