Sodeistvie Network Collection Company Print E-mail

uralsibNetris, a leader in software development and integration, and Sodeistvie Network Collection Company, a part of Uralsib (RTS: USBN), announced today the introduction of IPSoft Debt Collection ver. 2.0. This Netris’ solution strengthens the work with problem loans by streamlining processes of soft, hard and legal collections.

Netris Debt Collection is a flexible, reliable and effective platform that provides optimization of defaulting debt collection. Using high technologies Netris created an advanced tool for credit files processing management. The basic advantages of the product are easy and quick system installation, flexible settings and operational comfort. Netris Debt Collection connects regional offices to the central Defaulting Debtors Database. That is a very useful product for banks with a wide branch network.

“We have chosen Netris Debt Collection guided by the principle of "golden mean”, - says Sergey Arkhipov, CEO at Sodeistvie."This system has everything we need for alignment of defaulting debts in view of optimal allocation of human and financial resources. Besides it’s important to mention the possibility for extending the basic functionality of the system to individual requirements of the bank or, as in our case, the debt collection company, that allows to develop a platform in the unity of the overall strategy for improving the information infrastructure”.

"One of the key advantages of Netris is the practical experience of implementing and using our products in banks, telecom operators and large corporations, - says Yevgeniy Timoshenko, Commercial Director at Netris. - During Netris Debt Collection deployment in Sodeistvie we have gained a unique experience of operating with collection agencies, and our product has been adapted to specific goals and objectives of our customer”.

Netris Debt Collection was first introduced in 2003 in the Russian Standard Bank. Currently, this software works in such banks as the Severnaya Kazna (Alfa Bank Group), Sovcombank and Russian Standard.