Similar to ADR, Helm uses your accounting data to determine how quickly you pay someone after they invoice you. We call this ADP, or Average Days Payable.

We calculate your ADP for every vendor or supplier you have. This helps us provide you with a fine tuned estimate of when you will likely be paying your bills or expenses in the future.

Examples:

Vendor A invoices you. You then wait until the invoice due date 20 days later to pay. ADP = 20.

Vendor B invoices you. Vendor B is big and scary. You pay Vendor B on the same day despite having terms of 60 days. ADP = 0.

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