Providing critical new insight into how the economy, regulation, social obligations, commercial objectives and technology will impact the credit cycle.
Credit management and risk and collections in essential services have its unique suite of challenges.
There is no better time to attend this tailored event on Credit and Collections in Energy and Water 2013. It is a perfect opportunity for you to learn best practice, share insight and debate solutions.
It is your role as a member of the credit and collections team, when equipped with knowledge gained at Credit and Collections in Energy and Water 2013 that will assist your organisation to reduce debt thereby mitigate risk and improve the success of the collections cycle. You will learn how to be forever mindful of your social responsibility as a provider of an essential service, concomitant with fulfilling commercial obligations of reducing financial risk and returning profits.
With 16 utilities and 14 industry suppliers presenting, you are well placed to receive the latest information on solving the myriad of credit and collections challenges:
• Balancing commercial objectives with social responsibility
• Responding to sky rocketing price rises
• Complying with rapidly changing regulatory frameworks
• Reducing debt and assessing credit risk
• Streamlining collection processes to reduce cost, improve efficiency and deliver quality customer service Credit and collections operations in the essential services, energy and water, is unlike any other.
The challenges are greater, more complex and the impact of increasing and seemingly uncontrollable accounts receivables has potentially catastrophic and social repercussions.
Attendance is critical at Credit and Collections in Energy and Water 2013 and the panel all believe this is a challenging, economic, commercial and social issue, discussion of which is not to be missed.