Pay360 star in ITN Productions ‘Credit Champions’ in collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM)
Featured in a new ITN Productions programme
Pay360 have recently been featured in a new ITN Productions programme ‘Credit Champions’ which explores the critical impact of the credit cycle, and how taking an integrated approach to credit management is helping raise industry standards across the globe.
Commissioned in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM), the programme promotes excellence in credit management and raises awareness of its vital role within the business community.
The news-style programme, introduced by national newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky, was unveiled at the recent Credit Summit event, and combines key interviews, case studies and sponsored stories from organisations including American Express, Elevate Credit International Limited, Pay360, TDX Group and the Lending Standards Board.
Crucial for any organisation, ‘Credit Champions’ brings to life why relationship-building between creditors and debtors is so important by highlighting solutions to underlying problems, and the critical importance of best-practice credit management in reducing late payment and increasing cashflow.
In the programme, Stephen Ferry, Managing Director at Pay360, and Andy Davies, Chief Product Officer, discuss Pay360’s omni-channel approach to payments, resulting in increased collections, and a better customer experience, and how using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning is used to tailor customer interactions; making it easier for customers to make payments and settle invoices using the payment methods and communication channels they prefer.
Working together with strategic partners, Pay360 are now delivering a smarter, more efficient receivables process in line with today’s smartphone generation. Coupled with the ability to settle outstanding payments via the UK’s most popular payment methods, Pay360 is bringing to life a new era of smart payments based on the needs and behaviour of the end consumer.