The Telecom Risk Management Association, better known as “TRMA”, is an exclusive and well known Association dedicated to the mitigation of risk amongst the country’s wide range of Telecom organizations. Twice a year, these organizations meet with their suppliers and an elite group of Business Affiliates in the collections space to discuss industry trends that […]
DAKCS Software Systems (DAKCS), a provider of innovative cloud and on premise software solutions for the accounts receivable and collection management industry, has released a major upgrade to its contact optimization service, QwikDial.
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CSS, Inc., proudly introduces its IMPACT! HD 2.0 Portfolio Manager- Compliance Plus.
Ontario Systems, a leading receivables management technology and services provider, announced it has appointed Jason Rhodes as Enterprise Sales Executive today, on the back of his 17 years in the accounts receivable management (ARM) industry. Rhodes will report to Don Siler, Senior Director of Enterprise Sales.
More than ever, the need to incorporate Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is imperative to creating an effective compliance system. Why? Because organizations cannot possibly address every new issue simultaneously without negatively impacting potentially more important matters
Ontario Systems, a leading receivables management technology and services provider, announced today that Rozanne Andersen, Chief Compliance Officer, has been included in the 2015 Shortlist for the Women in Compliance Awards, to be held March 19 in London.
Under CFPB supervision and oversight, collection agencies are now mandated to conduct internal audits of policies and procedures to ensure regulatory compliance. But internal audits aren’t just about an agency’s internal workings: you’d better be prepared to answer for all of your business associates and vendors while you’re at it. Without the right process in […]
At a recent industry conference, I sat in on a really straightforward and well-organized presentation covering the main components of a solid Compliance Management System (CMS).
If you’ve been to a few industry conferences, you know that the staff at all of them work hard to coordinate many details and try to create the best possible experience for attendees. But worthy of note about PowerUp was the extra mile they went to be creative, and the willingness of the management team to go along.