Source: PIC Solutions
Nedbank Limited, one of South Africa's ‘Big Four’ banks, has selected PCS, the PIC Solutions Collections System to enhance their collections environment.
Nedbank's key focus is driving the 'Bank for All' strategy to make Nedbank more accessible as a bank that is proudly South African. As part of their ongoing commitment to improving profitability via effective risk management policies and enhancing their collections environment, Nedbank Asset Based Finance (ABF) requested PIC Solutions to implement an effective collections management solution.
The PIC Collections System (PCS) is a powerful collections solution with the flexibility to optimise the collections performance of almost any type of credit granting organisation. Developed by PIC Solutions ICT and Credit Risk Management specialists, PCS combines industry collections best practices, flexible user controlled strategy definition, an intuitive user-friendly collector interface and leading-edge system functionality.
PCS empowers collections and during this assignment, consultants from PIC Solutions will implement PCS to optimise ABF's collections environment.
Veran Kathan, Head of Operations: ABF and Transactional Banking at Nedbank, comments, "We selected PIC Solutions for their in-depth experience and understanding of the South African banking and collections industry. As a single integrated collections solution, PCS offers us unique functionalities that suit our ever-changing environment. Through PCS, we can optimise our credit and collections operations and improve our decisioning process."
Mike Crawley, Director at PIC Solutions, adds, "It is vital that an organisation's collections strategies are dynamic and reflect market changes. PCS is designed to provide Nedbank ABF with advanced functionalities that will enhance their collections process, improve customer relationships and increase their collections effectiveness. PIC Solutions is committed to providing Nedbank with a unique solution to meet their collections needs and we look forward to working with them on this assignment. "