Five Questions to Ask a Credit, Collections or Finance Company

March 17, 2015 Tracey Richardson-Newton

From growing sales and reducing costs to minimizing risk — chances are you have specific goals you want to achieve for your business. And, you probably already work with one or more companies that offer financial, collections or credit services. 

With the economy growing, this is a good time to examine which companies best support your long and short-term business goals.  To help you select the company best suited to support your goals and help you leverage the growing economy, this article explains the differences between these various financial services companies: 

  • Billing companies
  • Collection agencies
  • Factoring companies 
  • Banks
  • Professional credit services

About the Author

Tracey Richardson-Newton

Tracey serves as Vice President of Credit Risk Management and Customer Operations, responsible for complete oversight of the credit risk management function as well as credit and collection operations.

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