The finalists for the fifth annual Credit & Collections Technology Awards, the UK’s celebration of tech innovators in credit and collections, have been revealed.
The Credit & Collections Technology Awards, organised by Credit Connect Media will host the Awards ceremony as a face to face event at the Midland Hotel, Manchester on Thursday 4th November.
This year’s awards will honour the industry’s leading players across 21 categories. The technology focused-Awards scheme seeks to champion innovation and best customer outcome solutions. The shortlist highlights technological achievements from industry-specialist providers within the credit and collections industry during 2021
The awards have been judged by a panel of industry experts who have examined excellence solutions in four different categories sections: creditor and lender, collections and recoveries, applied technology, and innovation. The shortlist this year presents 115 finalists from over 70 companies. The finalists have been decided by a panel of esteemed experienced industry leaders using a unique judging process. Credit Connect’s panel of judges are chosen based upon their industry background providing a view from lenders and collections. This year’s Judging panel profiles can be viewed here.
Preceding the Awards will see the launch of the Credit & Collections Technology Think Tank conference. The new face to face Think Tank will bring together lending, credit and collections technology executives and build upon the series of Online Lending and Collections events launched over the past 18 months.
Colin White Director at Credit Connect said “It is fantastic to see so many new companies in this year’s shortlist. Recognising the leaders behind the credit and collection technology industry is important. I would like to thank our judges for working their way through over 125 entries to create this year’s shortlist. Becoming a finalist is an incredible achievement in itself with so much market competition and I look forward to announcing the winners at the awards ceremony in November in Manchester .”