This measure calculates the average number of hours it takes for the organization to concentrate/physically pool cash and establishes a daily cash position. It is part of a set of Cycle Time measures that help companies analyze the duration from beginning to end of the "manage cash" process, which consists of taking care of all cash-related activities. These activities include managing and reconciling cash positions; managing cash equivalents; processing and overseeing electronic fund transfers; developing cash flow forecasts; producing cash management accounting transactions and reports; managing and overseeing banking relationships; and analyzing, negotiating, resolving, and confirming bank fees.
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Cycle time in hours to concentrate/physically pool cash and establish a daily cash position
Cycle time is the total time from the beginning of the process to the end. This includes both time spent actually performing the process and time spent waiting to move forward.