Cash generating efficiency

Cash generating efficiency is the ability of an organization to consistently produce cash flows from its ongoing operations. A high level of cash generating efficiency indicates that a business is consistently able to spin off cash from its operations, which can be used for reinvestment in the business, debt repayments, or dividend payments to investors. The cash generating efficiency of an organization can be evaluated in terms of the amount of sales or total assets needed to generate the cash.

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