2016 Europe Working Capital Survey: Working Capital Performance of Top European Companies
European companies posted a 1.7% improvement in their cash conversion cycle (CCC) last year as both receivables and payables improved. Download
2016 US Working Capital Survey: Working Capital Performance of Top US Companies
The 2016 US Working Capital Survey identified some possibly worrisome signs of deteriorating working capital performance. Download
It's not too late to positively impact your working capital by year-end. Your organisation can take steps now to release cash and also lay the foundation for a sustainable improvement trend. Download
Working capital or cash flow performance is often seen as a measure of a company's operating health. Test your organization's working capital capabilities and find out how to make permanent improvements in your processes. Download
The 2015 Working Capital Survey of the top 1000 companies in North America and Europe found that a significant number of these companies waste 15% or more of their EBIT through inefficient working capital management. Download
The inability to effectively manage working capital means your enterprise may be wasting a significant amount of cash. Insights from The Hackett Group's U.S. working capital survey.
September 27, 2016
In French. An interview of Associate Principal of REL France, Adil Lahlou, covering trends from our most recent working capital survey.
September 21, 2016
European companies improved their working capital performance in 2015 compared with the previous year but still have an "improvement opportunity" worth some €981bn, according to an annual survey by consultancy REL, part of The Hackett Group.
September 17, 2016
The Working Capitalist - Spring 2016 – Working capital or cash flow performance is often seen as a measure of a company's operating health. This issue of The Working Capitalist will help you evaluate and improve the health of your working capital capabilities, with special emphasis on making the cash collections process more effective and contracting sensibly to enable strong cash flow.
REL, a division of The Hackett Group, has helped many of the world's leading businesses release billions through sustainable working capital improvements. REL focuses on three critical end-to-end processes: inventory management, accounts receivable and accounts payable to increase cash flow and service performance while reducing costs and business risks.