e2b teknologies Unveils Epicor Cash Collect Version 10
April 30, 2014
e2b teknologies, a developer of business software, a reseller of ERP and CRM software and an Epicor Alliance partner, announced the availability of version 10 of its accounts receivable collections management software Epicor Cash Collect. The announcement was made at Epicor Insights 2014.
Epicor Cash Collect extends the Epicor ERP accounts receivable module with automation and workflow. Businesses can now manage with ease their accounts receivable, credit, and collections and can get paid faster. Epicor Cash Collect is now available as a 100 percent web-deployed application written in HTML 5 with a new setup wizard making it easier to setup and to use than ever before.
“Epicor Cash Collect was completely reimagined,” said Bill Henslee, CEO of e2b teknologies. He added,“Epicor Cash Collect now creates prioritized action lists for collectors so they know exactly what they need to do, when, and why – with all of the information they need at their fingertips to be even more efficient and effective.”
Deployed via the Internet as a cloud application, Epicor Cash Collect synchronizes data automatically from Epicor ERP database, providing Epicor collection professionals with the ability to streamline their A/R collections activities.
“The key to effective accounts receivable management is figuring out what needs to be done first and then gathering the information you need before you start calling customers,” Henslee said.
Utilizing new email templates, the application automates customer communication where copies of invoices can be sent automatically to customers along with mail merge documents for statements, open invoice reports, collection or dunning letters, and past due notices. Moreover, mail merge report templates can be created and modified easily with a new report design editor providing flexibility for customers to tailor their messaging across their customer base or for specific groups of customers.
Epicor Cash Collect customers spend just 12 percent of their time prioritizing and preparing for collection calls compared to companies with manual processes that waste 30 percent of their time before they make that first call, added the company official.
Edited by Peter Bernstein