Why Strong Leadership is Critical for Collection Efforts

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monarch-leadership-brief-cover-thumbWhy Strong Leadership is Critical for Collection Efforts

The accounts receivable management industry has become a very complicated sector in which to operate. Not only must collection agencies navigate a legal and regulatory minefield, but rapidly changing technology makes long-term forecasting a daunting task.

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It is more important than ever to have a leadership team that understands the complexities of a modern information technology environment to ensure efficient operations, timely and detailed client reporting, and regulatory roadblocks as new technologies emerge. This way, collection agencies can ensure they will deliver value to clients years into a partnership.

Hear from Monarch Leadership

Bill Fuller — President, Chief Operating Officer
“We are not afraid to make changes and stick with them.”

Sharon M. Tarallo, Senior Vice President, Chief People Officer
“Having an owner who is also the head of Human Resources certainly helps the focus.”

Anthony Mazzacano, Chief Strategy Officer, Chief Information Officer
“We routinely win client awards for superior levels of both compliance and collection performance.”

Diane Mazzacano, Chief Administrative Officer, Chief Technology Officer
“Our entire leadership team remains open to new ideas”

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Michael Klozotsky

Michael Klozotsky
Chief Content Officer, insideARM.com

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