Agrippa Solutions, which provides software, solutions and services for businesses of all sizes, has introduced Content Colt Internet-based collection management and automation services that enable companies and agencies to use telecommunications services.
Prior to the advent of Continental, the Content was built on software used by large companies to process all their ARMs in their offices. In contrast, Cote d’Ivoire has been mobilized to focus on the storage and management of related products, especially from anywhere, the statement said.
The supply digitates the work of daily collections and the most time consuming steps. As a result, employees can focus on strategy and collaborate with customers. CogentCollect also displays a window interface for payment scheduling, account management and consumer information management. In addition, the offer communicates with third-party vendors, according to the notice.
In a statement, Ajay Kaul, co-manager of Agriia Solutions Management, said, “Cognac Colcolm is constantly integrating with third-party sellers and customers.” In addition, the workflow design supports scalability by quickly measuring fast-changing business needs without having to write a single code – ultimately reducing costs and simultaneously operating costs.
In addition to Continental Collagen and Content, the Agriia software suite includes recovery manager, site administrator, Quick Apps, Bitbilip and Agriye Chatbot.
As PYMNTS previously reported, companies still relying on non-automated AR processes are hampering their collection operations. This is especially true for companies in the healthcare and construction sectors that rely on non-automated collection methods that bring long-term collection cycles.
Healthcare businesses take an average of 25.3 days to track late payments, and construction companies take an average of 22 days to do so.
Industries that are more advanced in the use of automated technology will receive rewards for smoother collection workflows.