A business case for credit management software
For us as CE-iT, it is clear why you should use credit management software as an organization. Not surprising, of course, because we develop it for a reason. But is it also clear to you and your organization why you can’t live without it? Or why you should consider replacing your current software? And if you are already convinced, how do you ensure that the rest of the organization is also convinced?
With this white paper we want to help you create a business case for credit management software. What can it do and why do you need it? What does it cost? What do you have to take into account? And what will it bring?
Credit Risk Management
Credit risk management is a tricky part within credit management. You are dealing with opposing interests between maximizing sales and keeping risks as low as possible. But it is sometimes also difficult to determine what the risk is, because in most cases you are talking about a potential risk and that risk is not a fact. In this paper we will offer tools for providing insight into risks and how this organize this for your organization.
Is increasing complexity hindering access to modern technology?
Technological advancements have given people opportunities in recent decades that were not considered possible in 1960. It has taken down walls as information and techniques for learning new things are often freely available online today. Starting a company that serves customers worldwide is easier than ever, because the technology is there and in theory it is accessible to everyone. You can therefore say that technological developments reduces welfare inequality. And you see worldwide poverty also decreasing in percentage terms. At the same time, we’re seeing another form of wealth inequality emerging, and that is technical inequality, or perhaps rather feasibility, between companies.
In this white paper we give our vision on these developments.