Collecting outstanding invoices is a necessity in business as old as doing business itself. However, that doesn’t mean debt collection has to lag behind the rest of society. Since the advent of the internet, a number of new debt collection solutions have emerged and there are more to come on the horizon. This technology offers […]
About Daniel Schurr
My name is Daniel Schurr and I’m Product Owner of our Reminder services and head of Support and Operations at Alphacomm.
What I really like at Alphacomm is that we take on complex challenges that force me to stay on top of my game and push me to develop myself and my skillset continuously.
I work with a lot of talented individuals who excel in their field of business, so taking on these challenges often leads to very innovative solutions.
Another great thing about Alphacomm is its non-hierarchical character: everybody gets a say. I also enjoy the constant dialogue with our customers and suppliers, ensuring a team effort in which their challenges become our
challenges. What I find most rewarding is seeing how amazed customers are when they notice the instant added effect of our services, whether it’s time saving, revenue or profit increasing or both.
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Asking customers to pay overdue invoices is a routine task performed by all companies. After all, if customers don’t settle their accounts on time, serious financial problems are quick to follow. That slow and non-paying customers can put a brake on corporate investment was recently confirmed by the EOS Group survey ‘European Payment Practices 2017’.
Did you know that 20% of European companies blame customers who pay late or not at all for having to make redundancies or freeze recruitment in the last decade? No wonder so many businesses are turning to payment reminders and bill alerts to encourage customers to settle on time. But when it comes to choosing […]
Here’s a couple of interesting facts for you: 19% of customers pay late and 3% of customers do not pay at all. Yet more than 50% of private customers have excessive debt or pay intentionally late. That’s according to the “European Payment Practices 2017 Survey” by EOS.