Katie Greathouse

COPLEY, Ohio -- DebtNext Software, a hosted recovery management software provider, welcomes Katie Greathouse as its new Client Success and Operations Director. In her new role, Katie will look to continually improve internal processes and workflows to streamline support and project communications with clients. She will join DebtNext in its Northeast Ohio headquarters located in Copley, Ohio. 

Katie brings over 15 years of operations and management experience within the Collections Industry. For the past decade Katie has worked in various managerial roles at a leading collections law firm. With this background, Katie can review all levels of processes to find and create efficiencies and standardization. She is a proven leader and has won awards for her work in developing, testing and implementing interfaces and new strategies. Her education background includes an Associate of Applied Business with a specialization in Software Development.

“We’re very excited to have Katie joining our team as a leader in helping us continue to grow as an organization and develop new ways to support our clients’ needs” said Paul Goske, President of DebtNext Software. “Katie is a natural problem solver and brings a unique skill set which will help us on our path of growth into new markets as well as support our current client base.”  


About DebtNext Software 

DebtNext Software has been delivering robust solutions for their clients’ recovery management needs since its founding in 2003. They utilize advanced technology combined with a breadth of industry knowledge to build function-rich solutions to drive recovery optimization and the management of third-party collection vendors. Their industry-leading Platform, dPlat, is currently used by some of the nation’s largest utility, telecommunications, financial services and accounts receivable management firms to fully illuminate their recovery management processes. Visit www.debtnext.com for more information.

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