More NewsEnhanced Technology Platform For Order-To-Cash Management Service Unveiled

Enhanced Technology Platform For Order-To-Cash Management Service Unveiled

Equitant has launched Version 2.0 of AR Collect, the latest release of its proprietary collections and dispute resolution software, which serves as the technology platform for Equitant’s Order-To-Cash management service. Equitant’s business process outsourcing (BPO) solution for Order-To-Cash Is designed to help companies improve working capital, reduce costs and increase customer satisfaction. The software tools that are a part of this solution help executives to increase the amount of speed, flexibility, and control they have in their business. AR Collect(tm) is specifically designed to help large companies develop critical intelligence on customer transactions, reduce the amount of time spent resolving disputes, and accelerate payments.

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