What is iCollect?
A cloud based debt collection application making it easy for small NZ businesses to recover debts and improve cash flow.
Designed and supported by a leading debt collection agency in Auckland, iCollect provides small businesses in NZ with a better way to collect debts and manage slow paying customers
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Why iCollect Debt Collection Software is the Best
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We have been using the i collect system for approximately 5 years, During this time we have found it a very effective business tool in the collection of our overdue accounts. It certainly gets a response and the letters are very well worded so as not to offend our customers. From our point of view it is a very simple system to use. By using i collect letters first we find we have less bad debts occurring. We have no hesitation in recommending this system to improve cash flow.
Hi Luana, Yes he has paid. Thanks for your follow up on that. Would like to wish you a safe and awesome festive season from all of us here at Taege Engineering Ltd. We would like to also thank you for all your help with our overdue accounts in the last 2 years. The software we have purchased from you has helped us recuperate nearly 250K in outstanding debt over the last 18 months. The best $400 we have spent. Once again merry Christmas and happy holidays.
Hello Graeme, Just recommended your system to someone again – done it several times now, and it just occurred to me I’ve never told you how well it’s worked for us. It works a treat! – thank you! J The bank is always amazed how clean our debtors ledger is. This is quite typical:
Current: 86.1% , 1-30: 12.3%, 31-60: 0.8% 60+: 0.8% Thanks again.
News from the iCollect Blog
- How to Resolve Conflict with your Debtors - As any debt collector knows, being owed funds is a tricky situation to be in. Your priority is getting the money owed to you into your account, but customers are hard earned, and the last thing you want to do is lose a client to a competitor. Made even more ... more >
- 5 Common Reasons Debtors Don’t Pay on Time - As a small business, non-paying customers can be disappointing, frustrating, even infuriating. You’re thinking: I provided a good or service, I deserve to get paid! Why aren’t they paying?! Asking for money is an awkward enough part of the job before payments start going to arrears. In order to get ... more >
- How to Maximise Debt Recovery this Tax Season - With the end of the NZ tax year just behind us, it’s timely to consider the relationship between taxes and debt collection. Around half of everyone expecting to get a tax refund will use the money to pay off debt, making tax season the most productive time of year for ... more >
- New Zealand has High Household Debt Levels – But Does It Matter? - When compared to the size of our economy, New Zealand's household debt level is one of the highest in the developed world. But one economist argues that how much debt we have is not as important as whether we will be able to pay for it in the future. In ... more >
- What Are the Different Types of Good and Bad Debt? - Not all debt is equal; there is good debt and bad debt. If you are a debtor, debt is good if it will help you accumulate wealth in the future. Good debt is something that you will make money from over time such as home loans, student debt, or borrowing ... more >