SCC Swiss Commercial Capital (SCC), a service provider of supply chain finance solutions, has entered a referral agreement with Harland Financial Solutions Worldwide to promote Harland Financial Solutions Worldwide’s CreditQuest, a state of the art software solution for credit analysts and risk managers.
SCC, while providing CreditQuest as a stand-alone offering, has also built the product into its overall supply chain finance platform for the expedient management of cross-border credit risk. The increased transparency afforded by such tools allows SCC to better manage credit exposures within the supply chains of major corporations around the world.
“We are excited about our relationship with Harland Financial Solutions Worldwide to provide our clients with the leading platform for managing credit risk in an increasingly volatile trading environment,” said Christian Lindemann, director of credit at SCC. “Harland Financial Solutions Worldwide’s market-proven application has full functionality for credit managers and financial analysts, providing accurate data on credit risk and rating of trade account debtors. Rigorous use of such tools combined with a sound credit policy can dramatically improve a company’s ability to avoid bad debts.”
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