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Cisco Systems had 29%–far too many–of its sales orders going on credit hold because credit limits were being applied to a specific bill-to address, not the ultimate economic buyer, which may have exhausted its credit under one address but often had plenty of available credit under a different address. The result was delayed orders, grumpy customers and sagging productivity as a result of a lot of manual intervention.

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