Wescot Credit Services – Ongoing investment

In the year to February 2013, Wescot Credit Services Ltd returned over £240 million to the balance sheets of its clients. At any one time, they find themselves managing over £4.5 billion worth of performing assets on behalf of their clients, and this just goes to show why they are the UK’s top provider of receivables management services.

wescotTheir debt free status means they have sufficient capital on hand to best service their clients and exceed their expectations. In the year ending February 2012, Wescot realised a turnover of £32 million and so are in a strong trading position, which allows them to invest heavily in expanding and improving their services. For example, Wescot Credit Services Ltd have spent over £4 million in the last two years upgrading their IT infrastructure. This includes a new telephony environment, up scaled networks and an upgraded collections platform. Investment such as this shows the seriousness that Wescot Credit Services Ltd gives to improving the already exceptional service it gives to its clients.

Ongoing investment is also prevalent in its employees, who each have a bespoke development plan with clear and measurable objectives. Plans such as this form part of Wescot’s overall learning and development strategy. Individuals are able to enhance their knowledge and develop new skills to help them in their roles. The knock-on effect is that the business’s clients receive an improved service from motivated and skilled staff.

The CCR-Interactive and Credit Excellence Awards are a prestigious industry event held annually. This year’s ceremony will see Wescot Credit Services Ltd as the main sponsor, which is a decision that the event’s organisers believe will bring much kudos to the day. It is also an example of Wescot’s drive to promote their brand and further cement their position at the top of the industry.

Anyone who deals with Wescot Credit Services can rest assured that they endeavour to treat all customers fairly and adhere to the very strict regulatory guidelines that are in place within their industry. Adhering to these guidelines has been made a much more straightforward task by the partnership formed two years ago between Wescot and Experian. Global information services company Experian provide Wescot with accurate and complete data, which has allowed them to improve their collections performance. It also means that they are able to better understand a customer’s characteristics and provide the most suitable service possible.