East Sussex-based Partnership Finance, an independent provider of working capital for the small and medium sized business sector, is in production with the application service provider (ASP) version of Surecomp’s allFAC receivables management solution.
allFAC enables users to optimise business processing, increase productivity, and satisfy compliance and risk management requirements. allFAC also empowers users to provide superior customer service and drive growth through the use of advanced workflow and business automation tools.
Equipped with electronic data interchange (EDI) capabilities, allFAC offers a wide range of automated business-processing functionality. Operable on any platform, allFAC enables users to fully leverage their existing technology investment.
“Partnership Finance is dedicated to delivering high-quality, flexible, and personal service founded on a readiness to communicate openly with business owners and managers at all times. To meet these important goals, we have invested heavily in our employees, providing them with the right tools to get the job done quickly and with a minimum of fuss – while always remembering that our top priority is our client,” said Jim Beck, managing director of Partnership Finance. “allFAC is one of our prime tools in helping us grow our business by enabling us to offer a more personal level of service to our customers.”
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