Average Days Receivable sounds like a complex concept, fortunately it's not. Let's use a simple example to illustrate:

"Customer A" typically pays you 36 days after you invoice them. What's their ADR? 36.

Cash flow forecasting using ADR can be easier than trying to remember or estimate precise dates. If you know that Customer A usually pays in 36 days, why not just use that?

Using average days receivable in Helm is extremely easy. You can edit it on the fly right within the accounts receivable drawer:

Or, you can use our bulk editing functionality to change ADR for multiple invoices in one go:

If you want to get really crazy, you can leverage Helm's automations in a big way and use ADR in your Customer Defaults.

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