Debt collection software by emineo already certified for eSchKG 2.2.01
eSchKG is the Swiss standard for the exchange of electronic debt collection data. Together with asem Inkasso, emineo developed a highly integrated debt collection software based on SAP. With assem Inkasso, emineo was certified on in July 2020 as one of the first three software providers ever under the latest eSchKG version 2.2.01.
Starting in 2006, the Federal Office of Justice has been mainly responsible for redrafting the eSchKG standard. In July 2020, the Federal Office of Justice certified emineo – provider of effective debt collection software – as one of the first three software providers in Switzerland for the latest eSchKG standard version 2.2.01.
eSchKG improves the potential for automation of debt collection processes
“With this certification for the latest eSchKG standard 2.2.01, we continue offering our customers the high standards of emineo quality. Moving forward, emineo customers will also profit from the new, all-round digitisation and automation opportunities offered by the new standard”, explains Patrick Meister, Head of Marketing & Communications at emineo and Member of the Executive Board.
asem Inkasso and the benefits offered by eSchKG 2.2.01:
An integrated, future-oriented SAP debt collection software product that meets the state-of-the-art requirements with regard to technology and data transfers.
Time and cost-savings through clearly higher potential of digitisation and automation offered by eSchKG 2.2.01.
Here and onwards, emineo customers will profit from the benefits of the new eSchKG standard offered by a certified provider – that too, more quickly than other companies.
SAP-based end-to-end management of debt collection processes with emineo software
With asem Inkasso, emineo developed a unique, holistically integrated, SAP-based debt collection software product that meets the latest eSchKG standards. asem Inkasso covers all debt collection processes – from claims up to loss certificates. Using asem Inkasso, the process of collecting debts can be optimised, digitised and automated. The result: significantly lower expenditure of human labour, quicker processing as well as improvement in the management of grace periods and data quality.