Debt management today requires flexibility. The razor-thin dividing line between having and retaining satisfied customers versus managing payment agreements takes time and above all requires experience. As the owner of a growing accounting and consultancy firm, I mainly want to focus on my business operations and the substantive work for my clients. Not by calling a late payment invoice.
Manage payment agreements
Roughly speaking, I notice that 1/3 pays an invoice immediately. 1/3 too late. 1/3 structurally late. Thanks to the collaboration with Debiteuren365.nl, 2/3 of my clients now pay within 5 days after the payment term has expired. If there are liquidity problems, then as a bookkeeper I can focus on personal advice. Not on managing payment agreements.
The amicable way of contacting my clients was the deciding factor for me. The client who is temporarily “up” is guided in partial payments and payment agreements. Always in consultation with me as the client. Think of it as the “good cop/bad cop” relationship.
Solid and accurate
The cloud-based environment looks overwhelming, but it is accurate and rock solid. Always up-to-date insight into payment agreements, follow-up and finances. Customization down to the decimal point. Excellent support. Quick responses and constant tuning. After angling in as a customer, they do keep in touch. If something goes wrong, it is immediately resolved and addressed. If you work with an accounting package, they will guide you through the entire “onboarding”.
Debiteuren365 is already helping me to take a bigger step in efficiency and professionalization of my company.’