(PRWEB) March 27, 2014
Baker, Bloomberg & Associates has announced a new set of services to help the accounts receivable management industry starting in April of 2014. After 9 months of beta testing and tracking the new bad debt tracking system with it’s current clients – Baker, Bloomberg & Associates stated in February that the database and application was in the final stages of testing and development with their current clients and that the new system that they were close to releasing would be a “Game Changer” in the Accounts Receivable Management industry. Baker, Bloomberg & Associates has received very few complaints on the new system and of the complaints that have been received most are in relation to the clients having requested a separate Ipad application so they can access the data while out in the field.
The new system allows the clients of Baker, Bloomberg & Associates to log in from any desktop or mobile device and use any of Baker, Bloomberg & Associates' services or research any of their own prospective clients, in regards to making sure they are secured in the decisions that they make when taking on new clients, or clients that are currently slow to pay.
The new system will hopefully set a precedent in the collections and accounts receivable management industry and put the power of information back in the hands of the credit grantors and people on the front line doing the work.
When the current clients that are testing the system were asked of Baker, Bloomberg & Associates reviews there were quite a few responses that spoke of the current clients and how pleased they were with the dynamic way that Baker, Bloomberg & Associates reviews their accounts and presents them with routes of action that have proven results. From that point the clients appreciate that they can choose the route on each and every account that they think works best for their company, as opposed to being told what to do.
Another strong point that users of the new system have expressed is that when they have complaints with the Baker, Bloomberg & Associates system, the complaints are usually addressed in a systematic format and taken care of on a client priority basis and the system has evolved that way. This is a drastic change from the data abundant approach that has been taken in the past by other industry leading accounts receivables management corporations, where they address complaints on an “as-needed” basis. The only notable Baker, Bloomberg & Associates complaints are the complaints that were in the early stages of the module allocation for the client side of the log in for Baker, Bloomberg & Associates client log in area.
When asked about the impact that this system will have on the industry, Baker, Bloomberg & Associates representatives were quoted as stating, “This system, including the web-application, will allow the clients of Baker, Bloomberg & Associates to receive all data and time pertinent information with the speed and security never before seen in this type of format. It really is a game changer in the industry. The closest correlation that we can make is that our competition will be using a rotary dial phone and we are using the latest smartphones in comparison our clients and prospective clients will appreciate the access to data and transparency, as opposed to the dated and cumbersome ways of doing business in the past.”