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Customer rebates help retailers and distributors, and they help manufacturers build better relationships with their customers – but only if you manage them well. DealTrack can help.
The cost of forecasting errors when managing B2B deals
Financial forecasting deserves more than the spreadsheet which contain hidden errors. Take a look at an alternative: rebate management software.
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Strategic collaboration with manufacturers could be a huge driver of revenue and profit for construction material distributors. Find out how.
How to achieve financial compliance with better rebate management
Find out how a rebate management system help with Financial Compliance.
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Supplier rebate deals should be a win-win, benefiting manufacturers and distributors alike. But too often they lead to distributors losing revenue, and suppliers losing trust…
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Translating customer rebates for sales, finance and commercial teams
How to improve customer rebate management by turning a game of broken telephone between sales, commercial and finance teams into the Tower of Babel.
Best practice for systematising rebate & special pricing agreements
In this blog, we are going to focus on the best practice requirements for configuring, storing, monitoring, reviewing and operating rebate deals or special pricing agreements.
Why customer rebates are like buying cups of coffee
Coffee, compliance, financial accounting and customer rebates: what’s the link? It comes down to managing risk for mutual benefit and helping customers.
Technology, humans and rebate management
To help employees manage customer rebates, reduce key-person dependency and cope with growth, companies are turning to rebate management software.
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The need for an auditable process and desire to use very creative rebates as a vehicle for growth are the driving forces behind Rebate Management Software.
Aligning finance and procurement teams to drive better vendor rebate deals
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