3i Infotech, a global provider of IT solutions, has upgraded the Kastle factoring solution for the receivables finance sector, which has seen an increase in industry demand over the past 12 months, as established businesses and institutions seek to achieve a clearer understanding of all aspects of their finances.
Faisal Khan, director, banking and insurance, 3i Infotech Western Europe, said: “We are conscious that the receivables finance industry in Europe is in a high growth phase and rapidly becoming a mainline method for companies to obtain liquidity. With this growth and maturity comes the need to deploy leading-edge technology and by enhancing our Kastle factoring solution, we are able to assist the industry in reaching new levels of efficiency.”
The enhancements include:
- A new customer relationship management (CRM) module that captures and processes the information necessary to evaluate, structure and create receivables finance facilities.
- A flexible, clear key performance indicator (KPI) dashboard interface that may be utilised on the desktop, laptop or mobile smart phone.
- The integration of 3i Infotech’s existing document management and scanning solutions alongside the transaction processing functions of Kastle factoring.
- The latest pioneering fraud detection tools and assistance with regulatory compliance.
- Comprehensive enterprise-wide risk management with a risk-rating tool that allows institutions to continually monitor a borrower’s credit-worthiness.
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