Industry SectorsFinancial ServicesAtradius adds online credit management portal

Atradius adds online credit management portal

The trade credit insurer said that Atrium can approve credit limits in minutes and with a few clicks.

Trade credit insurer Atradius – part of Spain’s Grupo Catalana Occidente – has upgraded to its digital platform with the addition of ‘Atradius Atrium’, a credit management portal which has been launched worldwide. Atrium is “an advanced way for business to complete credit insurance transactions creating a new level of service”, with the Oracle based portal designed to evolve with digital advancements and user requirements.

Aimed at meeting the needs of customers, brokers, agents and account management teams, the platform makes applying for cover and filing claims faster and more efficient. Customers can search for and view information about buyers’ creditworthiness, such as buyer ratings, current cover and claims. They can then apply directly for a credit limit with most required information already included in the application. Credit limit decisions, in most cases, are immediate.

Atradius plans to roll out more features over the course of the year. In addition to direct access to buyer information and the ability to directly and immediately apply for and receive cover, anticipated benefits for customers include detailed portfolio overviews highlighting trends and events that may impact the policy, direct access to other information relevant to the user’s business and claims filing in just a couple of clicks.

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