Let's talk about the cash flow solutions that work best for your business.
Your cash flow cycle can be inconsistent and unpredictable as manufacturers. We realize the importance of cash availability to your business, and want to position you for success. Whether you plan to expand your business through acquisitions and mergers, or simply grow your bottom line, we provide an array of cash flow solutions for Manufacturers.
PNC realizes there are a number of factors impacting your company's cash flow such as inventory, equipment purchases and collection of payment from your customers. A custom banking approach is necessary to keep your cash flow consistent and predictable through market peaks and troughs - the type of specialized approach you receive with the PNC Advantage for Manufacturers. Whether you're a start-up or a thriving small business, PNC has the products, services and expertise to help you achieve your goals.
As an industry leader with extensive experience in the manufacturing industry, we understand the challenges you face, and the market trends that impact your business. Our business bankers are well informed of the issues critical to your operation's success. In fact, we work with many state-based associations to learn about the issues affecting manufacturers.
Your cash flow cycle can be inconsistent and unpredictable as manufacturers. We realize the importance of cash availability to your business, and want to position you for success. Whether you plan to expand your business through acquisitions and mergers, or simply grow your bottom line, we provide an array of cash flow solutions for Manufacturers. PNC's Cash Flow Optimized can help you accelerate the collection of receivables, invest your excess cash effectively, and improve the ways you make payments. We also offer online reporting and tools for easy, day or night account analysis.
We know that key factors, like inventory, equipment purchasing and asset management impact your cash flow. That's why PNC offers business checking accounts for manufacturers with features to meet your cash flow demands.
Talk to us about your manufacturing operation, where you want it to go, and how we can help you get it there. Your PNC Business Banker will identify key components of your business' operating cycle, and help you select the options best suited for your needs.
Who should attend: CEOs, CFOs, controllers, business owners and managers
Join us as PNC’s Chief Economist Stuart Hoffman provides an economic update for U.S. manufacturers and wholesalers. The outlook will be comprehensive in nature, but will also describe regional trends.
Topics to be discussed: Global economic conditions, Pace of recovery, Jobs/unemployment, Housing markets, Interest rates, Inflation, Economic risk factors
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The MEP executives who have contributed articles to this special edition of Smart Business want to help position you for success, too. They’ve shared insights on attracting and retaining a talented workforce, as well as ideas for innovation and growth. Read their commentary for a variety of ideas you can apply to your own operation.
Then, schedule a conversation with a PNC banker by calling 1-877-535-6314. He or she would be delighted to help you optimize your cash flow and lead your operation into the future.
The 2015 State of Logistics Report from the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals forecasts the factors that will impact inbound and outbound shipping in the coming year. Here are a few things to learn
By the end of this year, ISO 9001 for 2015 will be released. ISO 9001 is the most-used quality standard in manufacturing.
You may try to do everything yourself to keep your business running smoothly, but sooner or later, you'll need help from your employees.
We know that business leaders can become mired in operational details, daily issues, and fire drills, leaving no time to pursue bold visions.
Author of Run Improve Grow, Ray Attiyah, has helped hundreds of clients transition from firefighting to bold business growth. PNC has collaborated with Ray and his team to produce a video and white paper designed to help you create a culture of consistent innovation.
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Insights for manufacturers that want to control “costs-to-serve” – guaranteeing survival, and revival, through a global recession.
How Expanding into New Products, Markets and Regions Can Build Sales and Business Longevity
How different types of diversification, based on listening to customer needs, can drive a successful strategy.
How to Manage a Successful Lean Program that Creates Customer Value and Drives Business Growth
Guidance on how companies can improve efficiencies and yield greater financial results through lean operations.