Cash Conversion Cycle Calculator

A measure used to find how fast a company can increase their cash on investments. In this calculator, the cash conversion cycle can be calculated based on the beginning and ending inventory, beginning and ending accounts receivable, beginning and ending accounts payable, cost of goods sold and the revenue.

Calculate Cash Conversion Cycle (Days Inventory, Sales and Payable Outstanding)

A measure used to find how fast a company can increase their cash on investments. In this calculator, the cash conversion cycle can be calculated based on the beginning and ending inventory, beginning and ending accounts receivable, beginning and ending accounts payable, cost of goods sold and the revenue.

Code to add this calci to your website  Formula:

CCC = DIO + DSO - DPO DIO = AI / (COGS / 365) DSO = AAR / (R / 365) DPO = AAP / ( COGS /365) AI = (BI + EI) /2 AAR = (BAR + EAR) /2 AAP=(BP + EP)/2 Where, CCC = Cash Conversion Cycle DIO = Days Inventory Outstanding DSO = Days Sales Outstanding DPO = Days Payable Outstanding AI = Average Inventory BI = Beginning Inventory EI = Ending Inventory AAR = Average AR BAR = Beginning AR EAR = Ending AR AAP = Average AP BP = Beginning AP EP = Ending AP COGS = Cost of Goods Sold R = Revenue per Day

Average inventory, average accounts payable and average accounts receivable are calculated in this calculator to find the days inventory outstanding, days sales outstanding and days payable outstanding.