Monitor your cash flow in real time

Managing your finances with Libeo means having a clear visibility on your cash flow and the assurance to anticipate strategic decisions.

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One eye on your finances,

the other on your business

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Accounts payable

  • Aging balance

  • List of main creditors

  • Average payment time

  • Past and future receipts

AP cashflow EN

Accounts payable

  • Aging balance

  • List of main creditors

  • Average payment time

  • Past and future receipts

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Accounts receivable

  • List of main debtors

  • Average payment time

  • Day sales outstanding (DSO)

  • Aging balance

AR cashflow EN

Accounts receivable

  • List of main debtors

  • Average payment time

  • Day sales outstanding (DSO)

  • Aging balance

Synchronise your data

Facilitate your bank reconciliation

Connect your banks to your Libeo account and easily find all your incoming and outgoing cash flows.

Track your deadlines

Export all your data

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Synchronise your data

Facilitate your bank reconciliation

Connect your banks to your Libeo account and easily find all your incoming and outgoing cash flows.

Track your deadlines

Speed up your invoice processing with customised dashboards and key indicators on your payment deadlines.

Export all your data

Generate your reports in one click by exporting your data and pre-accounting entries to your favourite tools.

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Tiphaine Bailly adar

THEY TALK ABOUT US

With Libeo, managing my invoices is much easier and faster than before. By finding all my invoices in one place, I have complete visibility on my past and future expenses."

adar

Tiphaine Bailly

Co-founder of Adar

Frequently asked questions

How does bank reconciliation work with Libeo?

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If you wish, Libeo can connect to your bank accounts in one click and help you link your sales and purchase invoices to your incoming and outgoing money flows.

In what format can I export my data?

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Accounting exports can be made in several formats: csv, txt, pnm, tra.

What is a supplier or customer ageing balance?

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The ageing balance is a very useful accounting tool that allows you to break down the stock of receivables or debts of a company according to their due dates. This allows you to see the upcoming due dates and those that are older than 15 days, 30 days, 60 days, etc.

What is DSO?

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The DSO (or "Day sales outstanding") is the average payment period between the date of issue of an invoice and its collection (whether on time or late). It is expressed in days of sales. It is an essential component of cash flow and WCR monitoring.

How to calculate accounts receivables?

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To calculate receivables debt, add up all receivables on the assets side of the balance sheet and subtract receivables due from customers whose payment is overdue.

How to calculate the supplier payment period?

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The supplier delay is always expressed in days. It is obtained by dividing the total supplier debts by the total purchases including VAT, then multiplying by 360.