|By Business Wire||
|June 9, 2014 09:04 AM EDT||
Cortera, the foremost provider of business-to-business analytics and cloud-based risk management solutions, has welcomed Andersen, Randall & Richards, a leading commercial collection agency, as the newest partner to join the Cortera Open Receivables™ network. The new Cortera Open Receivables network enables providers of receivables management solutions to easily integrate with Cortera Pulse® and streamline the user experience of mutual customers.
“We are proud to join the Cortera Open Receivables network,” said Greg Herron, Director of Sales and Marketing at Andersen, Randall & Richards. “The ability to co-brand a version of Cortera Pulse for our customer-base is exciting. The increased functionality will simplify the placement process, which is an appealing value-proposition for our customers.”
Debt recovery agencies, credit insurers, lenders and other receivables management solution providers are encouraged to contact Cortera to join its expanding network of partners. Attendees of the 118th NACM Credit Congress in Orlando, Florida are invited to stop by Cortera’s booth, #107, to see a live product demonstration of Cortera Pulse and the capabilities of the Cortera Open Receivables network.
“In our continued effort to remain on the forefront of innovation within the credit risk and monitoring industry, we are thrilled over the opportunity to join forces with Andersen, Randall & Richards,” said Jim Swift, President and CEO of Cortera.
About Andersen, Randall & Richards
Andersen, Randall & Richards is a professional collection service company with over 15 years of industry experience and more than 11,000 clients worldwide. As one of only 20 agencies in the world with dual certification through the Commercial Law League of America (CLLA) and the International Association of Commercial Collectors (IACC), they are also fully licensed in all states that require commercial agency licensing. Andersen, Randall & Richards is known for their commitment to clients while utilizing innovative services and communication strategies to collect a high percentage of overdue accounts. They credit their impressive results to a combination of highly trained and committed staff members and continuous technological improvements through industry-leading software. Please visit the company’s website or call 877-654-1234 to learn more.
Do you ever wish you had a clearer picture of the companies you’re doing business with? Imagine the ability to monitor, analyze and proactively manage the financial risk of your customer portfolio with a few clicks. Stop imagining and start participating! Cortera provides analytical and cloud-based workflow solutions that enable companies of all sizes to better understand their customers, suppliers and business partners. Our comprehensive solutions increase visibility into the financial health of your B2B customers while keeping you informed of important changes that traditional credit reporting tools miss. Thousands of companies across diverse industries use Cortera’s solutions to increase revenue, improve sales effectiveness, and reduce risk. Perception can only take you so far - let Cortera help you fill in the blanks! Cortera is privately held with offices in Boca Raton, FL and Quincy, MA.
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