The mission of insideARM.com (ARM stands for Accounts Receivable Management – also known as “debt collection”) is to shift the public conversation about the ARM industry in order to help creditors and collection professionals reduce risk, lawsuits, and bad press; we’d like to change consumer perception that speaking with collectors should be avoided. With over 75,000 subscribers our website and newsletters reach collection agencies and law firms, debt buyers, creditors, suppliers of technology and services to these groups, regulators, industry investors, and many other interested parties. insideARM.com provides the most credible platform for service providers to reach potential clients, and is also uniquely qualified to help ARM businesses with their own websites, social media programs, and overall marketing strategies.
AmSher Collections Agency, a nationally recognized receivables company headquartered in Birmingham, strongly encourages the creditor and debt collection industry to be sensitive towards Oklahoma tornado victims and immediately remove anyone that is affected by the disaster from their current contact lists.
ARMing Heroes is pleased to announce that Coast Professional, Inc. has been recognized as the first ever recipient of the organization’s newly-minted Corey Davis award for 2013, given out annually to companies that go “above and beyond the call of duty” to raise awareness and money for military veterans facing financial difficulties.
The International Association of Commercial Collectors, Inc. (IACC) will host its annual Mid-Year Conference 2013 at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego, July 13-14, 2013, where higher level commercial collection professionals will meet to learn and discuss new ideas to strengthen their business strategies.
Genesys, a leading provider of customer engagement and contact center solutions, announced it signed a definitive agreement to acquire SoundBite Communications (NASDAQ: SDBT) for a price of $5.00 per share. SoundBite delivers cloud-based proactive collections, payments, and mobile marketing applications, as well as proactive customer service solutions to enterprises.
The national credit card delinquency rate (the ratio of borrowers 90 or more days past due) decreased to 0.69% in Q1 2013 from 0.73% in Q1 2012. The delinquency rate experienced a sharp 18.8% seasonal decline from the end of 2012, when it stood at 0.85%.
The Columbia Ultimate family of companies, industry leaders in providing clients with revenue maximization solutions for more than 30 years, recently announced a new corporate structure. Each of Columbia Ultimate’s five companies, RevQ, The Intelitech Group, HealthWare, Columbia Ultimate 1st Party and Columbia Ultimate 3rd Party, are now organized into designated strategic entrepreneurial units (SEU).
DAKCS Software Systems is pleased to announce the establishment of a new vendor partnership with IP Services of Eugene, Oregon. IP Services offers managed IT services solutions that will broaden the service options readily available to the DAKCS community.
Value Healthcare Services announces CEO Ezra Zucker will be a featured speaker at the summer meeting of Keystone AAHAM. The event will be held on July 18 at the Penn National Conference Center in Grantville, Pennsylvania. Keystone is one of the 32 local chapters of AAHAM, American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management.
“Designing for Consumer Response,” a Webinar sponsored by RevSpring, will provide an educational look at how receivables management organizations can combine effective communication strategy with expert graphic design to increase consumer response.
DECA Financial Services, LLC, a nationally-licensed collection agency, recently announced that it has joined the Fishers, Indiana, Chamber of Commerce.
The motto of the local organization is “Connecting People for Success” and, according to its website, members of the Fishers Chamber “have a voice voice with other businesses in helping guide, promote and develop the economic and civic well-being of one of the fastest growing communities in Indiana.”