Debt collection software transforms your monthly 3-day ‘find the spreadsheet, update it so it’s accurate(ish) and then try and contact everyone..nicely’ collections trauma into an effective, instant and reliable mechanism for managing debt recovery.
Debt collection software manages your entire debt collection process. It starts with your database and a list of overdue invoices. It then matches money coming into those invoices and if an invoice remains unpaid for a specified amount of time, the ‘debt collection’ process begins.
The report forecasts the market size with respect to 5 key regions, namely, North America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), the Middle East and Africa (MEA), and Latin America. The report profiles the key players and comprehensively analyzes their core competencies. Moreover, this report tracks and analyzes competitive developments, such as mergers and acquisitions, partnerships and collaborations, new product developments, and enhancements activities, in the market.
The global debt collection software market is segmented on the basis of deployment type and region. Deployment type segment covered in the study include on-premises debt collection software and cloud-based debt collection software. By region, the market is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA.
Key Players :
Major Kay players in this market are FICO (US), Pegasystems (US), Temenos (Switzerland), Experian (Ireland), Chetu (US), FIS (US), EXUS (UK), Sopra Banking (France), Quantrax Corporation (US), Indus Software (India), Pamar Systems (US), Intellect Design (India), Kuhlekt (Australia), Adtec Software (UK), Katabat (US), Advantage Software Factory (Romania), Totality Software (US), CSS Impact (US), Nucleus Software (India), Coface (France), Arvato (Germany), Ameyo (India), AgreeYa Solutions (US), SeikoSoft (US), and Debtrak (UK).