In a story with CNBC, CEO Jacob Corlyon discusses the common misconceptions surrounding debt collection, and how CCM is working to change how consumers and creditors see collection agencies.
As the pandemic adds financial strain to Americans who were already struggling to pay their bills on time, those contacted by debt collectors face heightened stress. A new survey from CCM reveals why the collection industry needs to change for the better.
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.
On a recent episode of the Lend Academy Podcast, our CEO Jacob Corlyon and President of Global Sales Alistair Canal discussed how CCM is reimagining collections and share strategies for collecting in a challenging economy.
Dentists seeking to gain control of their A/R cycle should examine their insurance claim process. In an article for Dentistry Today, our CEO Jacob Corlyon outlines a 60-day claims processing approach to maximize efficiency and increase payouts.
As dentists prepare to reopen their practices, they need to focus on regaining financial control. In a Dentistry Today article, our CEO Jacob Corlyon shares five ways dental practices can improve the patient billing, payment, and collections process.
Capital Collection Management Co-Founder and CEO Jacob Corlyon is named one of the top 50 receivables professionals in the country by Receivables Advisor magazine.
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