LONDON, 2 DECEMBER 2019 – ieDigital has been included in the inaugural Credit & Collections Technology company power list for 2019, compiled by Credit Connect. The power list is the first edition of what will be an annual round-up of “the most prominent innovating companies within credit and collections technology”.
A comprehensive report that profiles each of the 20 “premier companies” on the list will also include a full review of the Credit & Collections Technology Awards from September 2019. The full list, including brief descriptions of each company, can be found on the ’20 Top Performers’ page.The power list comprises those who have featured in the Credit & Collections Technology Awards, and have shown strong credentials in innovation. Each company has been awarded points based on wins and finalist status since the awards launched in 2017. The review also prides itself on transparency, so individual reports on how the judges made their decisions is published alongside the list. “The top 20 companies are a diverse mix of companies that have enhanced technological innovation,” said Colin White, Awards founder and creator of the new power list. “The annual guide will provide a snapshot of the technology innovators within credit and collections. It will showcase who’s leading the way with innovations, and have backed up their status by entering the awards. “Finalists and winners have provided measurable data within this process. The companies that have made the top 20‘premier’ list are now highlighted by their dedication to innovation. All the companies listed have provided solutions that have helped to enhance the best customer outcome through lending or collections processes.” “We share a power list placing with very significant innovators in the field of credit and collections technology,” said Jerry Young, CEO of ieDigital. “To be alongside these innovators is testament to our approach to innovation. The ieDigital team is delighted to be included in the list, and is already working hard on pushing the boundaries of innovation and what can be achieved in credit and collections in 2020 and beyond.”