Your working capital – connected and flowing

Accelerating your cash conversion cycle leads to a healthy flow of capital for whatever you need, whenever you need it.

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Working capital is the lifeblood of business.
Here’s how we get it circulating.



Taking proactive control of supplier payments – how much to pay and when – benefits both sides of the relationship for years to come. You get smarter options for managing cash flow; suppliers can tap into a steady stream of liquidity. Win-win.


Waiting for payment on hundreds or even thousands of invoices each day results in a lot of cash tied up, doing nothing. A broad network of financiers is available through our user-friendly platform, so you can accelerate receivables and get them to work for you.

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Cushion the impact of supply chain disruption, the challenges of forecasting demand, and improve DIO. Mitigate these risks while preserving cash and maintaining your balance sheet.

Everything needed to achieve your goals,
all in one solution.


Taulia sheds light on the opportunities for working capital efficiency often buried in the complexity of supply networks.


With experience managing many of the world’s most successful working capital programs, Taulia will be your trusted partner on the journey to greater liquidity.


Taulia gives you control of all the working capital levers required to get cash moving faster.


Why WWT chose Taulia…


“Taulia is a key partner to us and has supported us in achieving sustained growth during a period of economic uncertainty for our customers. Their innovative and flexible approach to Working Capital Management, strategic vision, and the backing of SAP enables our business to run better and provide a best-in-class experience for our customers.”

Omar Mir

WWT Executive Board & WWT President & MD International

Frequently Asked Questions

What is supply chain finance? Supply chain finance, also known as supplier finance or reverse factoring, is a financing solution in which suppliers can receive early payment on their invoices. Supply chain finance reduces the risk of supply chain disruption and enables both buyers and suppliers to optimize their working capital. Unlike other receivables finance…
What is a virtual card? A virtual card is a payment method that is virtual rather than physical. It functions similarly to a traditional credit card but takes the form of a single-use 16-digit number and three-digit CVV code generated online, instead of a plastic or metal card that is received through the post. Virtual…
What is accounts receivable (AR) financing? Accounts receivable or AR financing is a type of financing arrangement which is based on a company receiving financing capital in return for a chosen portion of its accounts receivable. An AR financing arrangement can be structured in several ways, including as an asset sale or a loan. Essentially,…
What is 2/10 net 30? 2/10 net 30 is a trade credit often offered by suppliers to buyers. It represents an agreement that the buyer will receive a 2% discount on the net invoice amount if they pay within 10 days. Otherwise, the full invoice amount is due within 30 days. It’s one of the…
What is accounts payable? Accounts payable (AP) represents the amount that a company owes to its creditors and suppliers (also referred to as a current liability account). Accounts payable is recorded on the balance sheet under current liabilities. When a business purchases goods or services from a supplier on credit, payment isn’t made straight away,…
What is an early payment discount? An early payment discount is a form of trade finance, allowing buyers to pay a discounted amount to suppliers in exchange for settling invoices before their maturity date. Also known as a prompt payment discount or early settlement discount, it’s typically calculated as a percentage of the goods and…

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