We have some very exciting news to share with regards to a new Slater Byrne Recoveries app that allows you to decide when to escalate matters and to control your own cash flow at the click of a button, eliminating the need to fill out our forms manually and scan and send back.
The collection industry is like every other industry and needs to progress and move to becoming more digital. We are in a time where technology is becoming increasingly important in saving businesses both time and expense. Every business needs to adapt to new technology landscapes and market changes. Allow your business to do what it was created to do and free up your employees to focus on what you pay them to do, not waste time chasing bad debts.
Slater Byrne Recoveries are the first of its kind to introduce an app called SBR Collect that allows its clients to log on, demand payment on overdue Invoices and get paid all at the click of a button.
Ultimately you hold the key to deciding when to escalate matters and the process starts from that point. This will remove the inconvenience of sending follow up letters, emails, phone calls to your debtors. It also means our clients will get paid into their accounts straight away and we Invoice you. No more waiting 1-2 weeks for a payment run.
It can remove any conflict with your clients over unpaid invoices and allow our professional team to handle these exchanges allowing you to focus on what you do best.
SBR Collect is integrated with Accounting software systems such as MYOB and XERO. Any customer of MYOB or XERO can select any invoices from their system for debt recovery. It is simple as logging into the app and transferring invoices for debt recovery.
Feel free to contact Liam White on 02 9191 4518 for a free consultation or to discuss further.
Liam White began working at Slater Byrne Recoveries in early 2013. He has worked across the credit & dispute resolution industry for a number of years. He is currently working in a Marketing/Head of Sales capacity at Slater Byrne Recoveries.
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