UnionBank partners with Exus and TIM for debt collections and recovery technology

UnionBank partners with Exus and TIM for debt collections and recovery technology

/ 12:45 PM March 25, 2022

UnionBank Exus TIM

Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank), the digital trailblazer in the Asia Pacific and in the country, has selected EXUS Software UK (in collaboration with Total Information Management Corporation), the global leader in debt collections and recovery technology, to optimize its collections operations, while offering exceptional service to its customers.

Among the first to embrace technological innovations to lead its customers to the future of banking, UnionBank required a debt collections software platform that would help manage risk along the whole lifecycle while enhancingcustomer experience through the usage of modern technologies and multiple digital channels.

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UnionBank Exus TIM

EXUS’ long-term experience and focus on collections paired with EFS the world-leading debt collections platform developed by the company that empowers banking and financing organizations in more than 30 countries worldwide, made them the ideal strategic partner for UnionBank.

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