How we can help a Shared Service Centre

Most Financial Shared Service Centres manage multiple third party collection agency relationships globally.

 

 

Shared Service Centres

 

Are you looking for? 

  • A single point of contact with a global reach
  • Standardized & globally aligned processes
  • Local collectors & local expertise Transparency & compliance
  • Fast international money transfer & multi-currency support
  • Reporting based on your company structure
  • Full insights on your country altered procedures
  • A 96% coverage of the globe

Making third party collections an integral part of your Financial Shared Service Centre – globally, through one point.

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