Utilities must digitize collections notices or risk a fractured customer experience
As part of the broader digital transformation goals, paperless initiatives are a priority for most utilities. However…
Collections notices – an important part of the billing cycle – remains on paper.
Sending paper-based collections notices is a missed opportunity. A switch to digital can improve customer experience and have a positive impact on the bottom line.
By digitizing utility collections notices, utilities can:
- Save on paper, printing and postage costs
- Deliver collections notices faster
- Drive faster payments
- Reduce DSO (days sales outstanding)
- Avoid collections agencies fees
- Improve the bottom line
Get the document to learn how Striata can help switch your collections notices to digital, for a better customer experience and to reduce the friction associated with past-due collection notices.
When sent digital collections notices, people are 12% more likely to pay in early delinquency than when receiving paper notices, and 30% more likely to pay should it reach late delinquency. – McKinsey
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