In a matter of weeks, COVID-19 has sent shockwaves through the lending industry. For banks, credit unions, direct lenders and other FinTech organizations, customers have shifted gears from aggressively planning for the future to focusing on immediate concerns.
It’s important for lenders to remain forward-thinking, using customer feedback and data to safeguard your business today, and in the future.
Creating a comprehensive patient intake and billing process can help minimize the time and resources your staff spends chasing payment and improve your patient experience.
When it comes to maximizing accounts receivable (AR) collection, dental practice owners should work with administrative staff to develop a custom, flexible yet reliable system
In a story for CU Today, our CEO Jacob Corlyon discussed the importance of credit unions to have an effective plan in place to help members transition from forbearance to repayment, citing data from CCM’s national consumer debt survey.
Our CEO, Jacob Corlyon, says there are steps that veterinary practices can take to create a more robust collection process. Read his article in Veterinary Business News.
CCM was ranked among the top places to work in collections by InsideARM, one of the leading publications in accounts receivable management and debt collection.
CCM was ranked 1,667 overall on Inc.’s annual ranking of the private companies with the most proven track records.
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