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Software


CaseflowFusion provides one system for the collection of both consumer and commercial accounts.


Powerful facilities enable you to automate the entire lifecycle of the receivables management process.


With market-leading feature content already in place, fast return on investment is guaranteed, together with low cost of ownership going forward. With a diverse range of customers across the UK and Europe, Fathom provides a full range of interfaces, services and expertise to complement the system.


Training Improving your cash flow, credit risk and profitability


Open and In-house Training:  Cash Collection by Phone Best Practice.  Managing Commercial Credit Risk.  Maximising Profit while Managing Risk.  Level 4 Credit Management Diploma.  Level 4 or 5 Professional Credit Manager Master-class.


In-house only:  EMEA Credit Management Workshop.  Understanding Financial Statements.  Change and Time Management.  Management Development.  Other Courses.


Credit Management Training Ltd. Contact Steve Savva: Tel: +44 115 989 9997 E-mail: info@cmtltd.co.uk www.cmtltd.co.uk


Fathom Management Solutions Ltd 7 Windsor Square, Silver Street, Reading RG1 2TH Tel: +44 (0)118 975 0044 E-mail: contact@fathom.co.uk www.fathom.co.uk


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