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Introducing CollectSuite: Your Comprehensive Collections Execution Suite

February 10, 2020 at 9:00 AM

We introduce our CollectSuite, aimed at providing organizations with a comprehensive collections execution suite.

Businesses often get trapped in their operational world. And whether you are implementing a new strategy or needing to streamline an existing one, data-driven collections and recoveries solutions are essential in optimising your approach and ensuring that you get the best out of your strategy.

CollectSuite will provide your organization with a comprehensive collections execution suite, addressing analytical, operational, and customer service needs within your collections and recoveries environment.

Call us now to take advantage of the benefits of CollectSuite.

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Perry de Jager
Perry de Jager
Perry has been involved in Collections and Recoveries for the past 12 years, spending time in different market segments ranging from law firms to investment companies. At Principa, Perry has worked on extended projects within both South Africa and the Middle East with some of the largest financial organisation, providing on-site consulting within the collections and recoveries space covering strategy, process, people and technology.

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