Tuesday, May 31, 2016 - Posted by Michael McCulloch
A global IT and business service company CGI
has successfully secured a $58 million contract with the Queensland Government for the provision of a debt recovery solution.
State Penalties Enforcement Registry ("SPER
") is working with CGI to provide a single integrated solution that they hope will reduce collection, the age of debt and use some sophisticated analytical data to drive automation.
The service is expected to be rolled out in the second half of 2017.
iTWire - Queensland to Spend $58 Million Collecting Outstanding Debts
Wednesday, May 11, 2016 - Posted by Michael McCulloch
In our on-going commitment to offering our clients and customers the best possible online experience we have recently invested in the development and launch of our mobile portal which you can access by simply visiting www.lcollect.com.au
via your smartphone or tablet.
These sites have been developed to work across several platforms including iOS for Apple, Android, Windows platforms and Blackberry. Our new mobile sites will automatically resize according to your screen size and the orientation of your device. With smartphones and internet enabled devices being so popular our mobile portal provides you, our client, and customers another avenue to deal with us and lessen the excuses customers may provide for non-payment of their debt.
For our clients we have provided a summary of our services, the ability to read our debt collection blog via Twitter and subscribe to our blog where you can have the latest debt collectio news, stories and tips delivered to your inbox each month.
Our customers are also well provided for with a majority of forms now being able to be completed including a Statement of Financial Position, Electronic Direct Debit and Authorisation of a 3rd Party.
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Friday, April 01, 2011 - Posted by Philip Harvey