Payments and Collections

Utility companies: Reunite your customers with more than £400 million…

Ofgem report that there's over £400 mllion in customer funds held in closed accounts and are urging energy companies to reunite customers with these funds. This presents a huge...

Blog - May 2018
How will payment regulations drive innovation and reduce fraud?

Payment regulations are tightening. Most new and existing rules have a common denominator: the customer. More specifically, the need to know who the customer is and validate their...

Blog - May 2017
Why every organisation taking Direct Debit payments should pay attention…

Direct Debits transformed the way companies took recurrent payments from their customers, making life simpler for all involved. As a payment method, it has efficiency at its...

Blog - Apr 2017
How payments are changing, including the revised Bacs Direct Debit…

How people make payments is evolving. From signatures to chip and pin, from contactless to biometrics and today, payments made by...

Blog - Apr 2017
In five years, managing a pension could be like managing…

Thanks to last year’s reform of the pension regulations, today’s consumer has greater freedom than ever before over how to invest or spend their...

Blog - Oct 2016
Find and reconnect with your ‘lost’ customers faster

Do you find that your customers have moved without providing a forwarding address? Do you struggle to reunite assets? Do you need to reconnect with lost tenants? These are just some of the challenges...

Blog - Oct 2016
PSD2 and open banking: what is the impact for your…

With the recent announcement from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) ordering a number of British high street banks to ‘open up’ and adopt the new principles for open banking and the...

Blog - Oct 2016
How the Rental Exchange is empowering Private Landlords/Letting Agents and…

I read in The Telegraph online recently , soaring property prices have seen the number of people renting almost double – the overall number of homes lived in by owner-occupiers has fallen to...

Blog - Aug 2016
Moving on from paper: simple changes can make big differences…

Across the Life Assurance and Pensions sectors there is a handful of companies with a good standard of digital take-up – some have decent individual-facing websites, while others have impressive...

Blog - Aug 2016
What is credit management and how can your business handle…

Credit management is often a juggling game. You want to be able to make sure that your debtors pay you on time but on the other hand, you don’t want to ruin relationships by continuously chasing...

Blog - Jul 2016
UK freelancers are increasingly struggling with late invoice payments

UK freelancers are increasingly struggling with late invoice payments, with around half admitting they considered quitting freelance life because of the continued struggles and worries over continued...

Blog - Jun 2016
Drop in County Court Judgements but what does this mean…

There has been encouraging statistics to show that the number and total value of County Court Judgements (CCJs) issued against businesses in England and Wales fell sharply during the first quarter of...

Blog - Jun 2016