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How does the organisation ensure that the customer has the same positive experience at all stations, even when the customer is experiencing payment difficulties and ends up having to deal with the ‘Credit Management’ department?
Automating key administrative tasks can free up time for your company’s credit management team to pick up the phone and speak to customers. This instant contact can deliver some valuable quick wins.
Daily measurements from your credit management environment, showing the financial health of your receivables portfolio and how your team is performing against their targets, are essential in order to stay on track with your ambitious plans.
Don’t just settle for what seems to “do the job”. Think about how a solution can add genuine value to your credit management, your organisation and your customers. Why settle for anything less?
Successful credit management is fundamentally about increasing the predictability and thereby reducing the risk associated with your cash inflow. Ensuring strong customer relationships is also an important side effect.
Input from stakeholders from other parts of the business will help you do your job better. After all, you all have the same goal. But how can you join forces with stakeholders?
Credit management is not rocket science but a powerful business function that can save your business time and money. Download our free 10 essentials for credit management and quickly learn the basics.
With the right information at your fingertips, you will be able to make informed decisions about credit management software that will lead to the best outcomes for your organisation.