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CCC

abbr.
1. Civilian Conservation Corps
2. Commodity Credit Corporation

CCC

Civilian Conservation Corps.

CCC

Civilian Conservation Corps. The Emergency Conservation Work Act of 1933 was the predecessor of the CCC, which dated from 1937.
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Adj.1.CCC - being one hundred more than two hundredccc - being one hundred more than two hundred
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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In other words, longer cash conversion cycles even increase firms' profitability.
Yazdanfar and Ohman (2014) confirmed that previous empirical outcomes are mixed and suffered from vagueness concerning the form of the influence of cash conversion cycle on company financial performance.
We measure WCM as receivable days (RADS), inventory days (IDs), payable days (PADs), cash conversion cycle (CCC), working capital (WC) and Current Ratio (CR), and firm profitability as return on assets (ROA).
Such a difference between the length of the typical operating cycle and the payment deferral period is measured in corporate finance by the Cash Conversion Cycle (Richards & Laughlin, 1980).
Addressing the demands across the marketplace, this unique arrangement is aimed at improving liquidity within the distribution channel, matching their resellers' cash conversion cycle, increasing confidence and further strengthening Aptec's strong client relationships.
The cash conversion cycle measures how fast a company can convert cash on hand into even more cash on hand.
They help healthcare providers transform their finances from cost centric to profit centric, thereby balancing expense and growth, reducing cash conversion cycle, improving daily sales outstanding, and aiding in maximizing ROI during a particular period.
Ratios from the second group refer to the concept of operating cycle and financing cycle introduced by Gitman (1974) and operationalized within financial statements by Richards and Laughlin (1980) into the concept of Cash Conversion Cycle (CCC).
Easy Visual Reports - BMS- EVR: Integration of the BMS-EVR solution and VISUAL results in Paperless ERP that provides a way for Visual users to increase efficiencies and thereby, the cash conversion cycle. This technology allows the user to easily create PDF's and email VISUAL documents in one click, saving time and money by eliminating paper processing, simplifying the overall business process.
Put another way, by optimizing the various working capital components, treasurers can reduce the cash conversion cycle, which is the amount of time cash is tied up in working capital.