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Atradius launches adaptable credit management portal

‘Atrium’ is Atradius’ new credit management tool that enables credit approvals within minutes.

Trade credit insurer Atradius has released a new credit management portal, ‘Atradius Atrium’, which is designed to evolve with user requirements and digital enhancements.

Atrium is being launched between June 19 and July 15 in Atradius markets worldwide

The portal has been designed to more efficiently address the everyday needs of customers, brokers, agents and account management teams.

The buyer-centric platform is focused on applying for cover and filing claims – the services most frequently used by customers.

Each Atradius customer can instantly find information about buyers’ creditworthiness, such as buyer ratings, current cover and claims.

With a clear picture of the buyer, the customer can apply directly for a credit limit with most required information already included in the application, according to Atradius.

“Credit limit decisions, in most cases, are immediate,” said the insurer.

Andreas Tesch, Atradius chief market officer, said: “I am delighted with the launch of our new Atrium customer portal. This new approach and technology is a tremendous timesaver for all and reduces the possibility of errors.

“It supports better risk management and growth potential with a clear insight on safer trade for them.

“In a nutshell, Atrium is a more efficient, user-friendly service platform that simplifies a number of account activities and reduces the risk of suffering losses caused by payment defaults,” said Tesch.

“Our customers can essentially check a buyer’s creditworthiness during a deal negotiation and have cover approved before the end of the meeting,” he added.

More features will be rolled out over the course of the year.

The new tool also gives the customer detailed portfolio overviews that highlight trends and events that may impact policies and it gives direct access to other information relevant to the users’ business and quick claims filing.

The specific needs of brokers and agents are also being built into the Atrium tool, the company said.

 

 

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