How to get paid more quickly

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How to get paid more quickly

You don’t need to be in “debt collection mode” to get more invoices paid on time. But, you DO need a system. A plan. To know what to do (and when to do it) for many of the more common situations. A plan that allows for your staffing, workload and realistic situations.

I’ve been involved in the management of accounts for over 30 years, heard every excuse in the book, can spot a non-payer at 20 paces. Finance Companies in the 70’s (systematic, tough) professional firms in the 80’s (no systems, too gentle) and, since then, just about every other sort of business you can think of. I’ve written books on the topic, spoken all over the place about it and now I want to show other people how THEY can be paid more quickly by applying the methods and strategies I’ve picked up over many years. Why? Because they ALWAYS work.

There are three main ways to get help

1 Have the Credit Management function professionally run for you – in “stealth mode”
Nominated unpaid accounts are collected for you offsite so that your clients are never aware that an ‘outside body’ is doing this for you. No contracts are required which means that you can get help for as long or as short as you want.

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2 CreditFlow InHouse Training
Tell us what you’re doing right now from first customer contact to accounts receivable. Listen to suggested changes (if applicable), set a date and we’ll run a customised workshop for you or we can run a “Health Check” for you to make sure that you are maximising collections with no negative impact on your client base.
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3 Come to one of our Live Events
Our events are very interactive. You will meet other people facing exactly the same ‘challenges’ that you are. They are practical, being wholly devoted to problem solving, system creation, email/letter composition and telephone and collection techniques.
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4 Read some blog posts
There are many posts in this site that provide practical, real-world help. Telephone phrasing, wording to use, procedures to try, case studies …