On average, liquidity analysis versus cash-flow analysis will uncover 30% more cash to be invested by a public and higher Ed finance office.
Why is that?
Cash-flow analysis studies the ebb and flow of dollars over a period, as viewed through an entity’s internal financial systems. Liquidity analysis is the culmination of each financial transaction that occurs on both sides of a total relationship between that entity and its financial institution(s). The float differences will uncover additional dollars, equating to 30% or more cash that can be invested.
In a rising-interest-rate environment, the ability to capture and invest all cash will lead to greater transparency and more revenue to your entity’s bottom line.