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At Sigma-Aldrich Corp., the accounts receivable (AR) department has made big strides by getting back to the basics of reducing Days Sales-Outstanding (DSO) and write-offs from bad debt. The secret weapons employed by the $1.2 billion company, which supplies chemicals to research laboratories, were simple enough: Segment your customers and then focus on those that really make a difference to DSO and write-offs.

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