Supporting your customers with technology and skilled people
With financial pressures increasing, more people are falling behind with their payments. How you respond to your customers when they are struggling can make all the difference in protecting your business and ensuring a fair outcome for your customers.
As a Financial Conduct Authority-approved market leader in debt management, we collect arrears of more than £5bn a year for our clients. We have the expertise and technical solutions to help you to create the best possible collections experience for both your customers and your customer service agents, improving your collections rates and reducing your costs, while complying with the FCA’s guidance on fairness.
Leading banks, utility companies, telecoms and finance firms use our expertise, training and technology, such as real-time speech analytics to support agents and conversational AI for customers who prefer to self-serve. With the right tools and training, you can create a human-centred approach that supports the customer every step of way and can even prevent them from falling into debt in the first place.
Our latest reports
Treating customers fairly in collections
Our latest research report looks at ‘fairness in collections’ to better understand the issues facing those who currently have or expect to have unmanageable debt.
Our six-step guide
Find out the six ways you can support your customers through the collections process.
Debt prevention paper
Find out what we have learned about debt prevention, and how it can help you and your customers.
Strengthening your response with virtual agents
Our conversational AI tool provides your customers with a ‘human-centric’ self-serve option that can answer questions in real time, reducing their need to speak to an agent.
It can be scaled up quickly and deployed within 24 hours. It also frees up your collections agents to focus on helping vulnerable customers with complex issues quickly and accurately.
Watch our video to see how Conversational AI can help your vulnerable customers.
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