Crisis Driven Collections Headcount Management
A complimentary webinar hosted by Credit Research Foundation and presented by Cforia Software.
A CRF Educational Webinar hosted by Credit Research Foundation’s Matthew Skudera and featuring Chris Caparon from Cforia Software.
The biggest comment we hear from Credit, Collections and Disputes Departments, is that the teams are already too busy.
Quite often a Collector, Dispute Resolver or Credit Analyst might have responsibility for 500 or more accounts. This does not leave enough time to even touch 100% of the A/R balance- carrying customers on a rolling 30 day cycle, let alone spend hours researching and resolving potentially hundreds of Disputes, Short-Pays, Deductions and to prevent any Unearned-Discounts.
In the session we will cover:
- Strategic Collections Management (SCM)
- Dispute Resolution Cycle-Time Compression
- 100% Portfolio Coverage Each 30 Day Cycle
- FTE Scaling through Automation
- Zero-Touch Order-to-Cash Lifecycle management
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
COO, VP of Professional Services
Revolutionizing the Order to Cash Process
Cforia Software is the leading provider of end-to-end order to cash solutions, enabling even the most complex organizations to achieve a single view of A/R across business units and functional point solutions. Seamless integration and real-time syncing with existing ERP and third-party systems enables:
- Consolidated view of data across disparate tasks and workflow
- Predictive modeling that gives you better than real-time insight
- Ability to pinpoint opportunities to improve efficiency via automation
- Better information sharing across cross-functional teams
- Enhanced working capital management and profitability
- Vastly improved customer experience at every touchpoint
8 AI-Powered Modules, 1 View of Accounts Receivables
Highly configurable modules within the Cforia platform provide solutions to optimize every stage of the cash to order cycle while empowering your business with critical visibility across currencies, languages, businesses, and EPRs