Experian, an information solutions company, has released the latest version of Tallyman, a debt management system, to help its customers tackle the problems caused by growing number of consumers encountering financial difficulties as economic conditions become more difficult.
Tallyman, part of the suite of products offered by Experian’s Decision Analytics business, can be used to manage customers who have fallen into arrears with their payments by organizations that grant credit to consumers, including banks, building societies, loan providers, credit card companies and debt collection agencies, as well as organizations that provide consumer credit as part of their business model, such as retailers, utilities and communications companies.
The Tallyman 3.4 includes advanced features like enhanced integration of dialer activities, internationalization, new configuration management capabilities and the introduction of web service dictionaries.
Brian Dewis, managing director of Experian’s Tallyman business, said: We are continuously improving Tallyman in response to the needs and demands of existing customers and prospects. The Tallyman solution meets the challenge of ever increasing levels of consumer debt, as our growing customer base attests.