If you're a Guardian reader, you may have seen Safe Collections' collections and partnerships manager Adam Home quoted in a Guardian Professional article on May 12th.
Tim Aldred's piece looked at the case for credit control teams as a way for businesses to safeguard their cash flow and, ultimately, to stay in business by avoiding late payment.
Adam was happy to share his ideas with Tim for the piece that you can find here: "Does your business need a credit control team?" ((c) Guardian News & Media Ltd) and we're going to expand on some of those points below.
Today, Safe Collections marks it's 30th birthday and it is our pleasure to turn the blog over to our Managing Director and founder Sid Home for a few words on the company and how the landscape has changed.
Safe Collections is proud to announce that we are now the official Debt Recovery partner of Halton Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
Following on from the success of our free Late Payment iCalc for iPhone, in November 2010 a BlackBerry App was released. This free app brings exactly the same functionality to users of BlackBerry handsets.
In May 2010 Safe Collections became the first company to release a free iPhone App to help UK business owners. The app makes it easy to calculate both the late payment costs and interest on any overdue invoice.
In 2009 our founder and Managing Director was interviewed for a piece in The Independent On Sunday, this article is reproduced below with their kind permission. in 2009 we still went by our original name of Creditsafe Ltd, whilst our name may have changed our thirty year commitment to credit management and debt collection excellence has not.