Lifehacks to keep your spending healthy…
At Intrum, we understand it takes courage to face up to your debts and discipline to stick to a payment plan. If you’ve been able to do that, you’re probably now very good at budgeting and making decisions, but we all need a little help sometimes, so here are some of our favourite tips to help…
Faster payments: five reasons why they matter
As part of Intrum’s 2022 European Payment Report, we asked more than 11,000 businesses what they could achieve if they were paid more quickly. Here’s what they told us they could do…
Sustainability – payments and society
When it comes to sustainability, companies are often vocal in their support for environmental change but what about social and governance initiatives? These rarely receive the same level of attention and yet they are an integral part of the equation.
The damaging effect of late payment
Europe’s late payment culture has long been a hindrance to growth. Now, with inflation and rising prices negatively affecting payments, Europe’s businesses are bracing themselves for even greater challenges.
Harnessing the power of data
The potential for data to transform Intrum’s operations is immense. The move from a multi-local approach to operating as a truly global organisation under ONE Intrum means one global data platform, with a unique collection of data and the scale needed for significant innovation.
Have fun in the sun… but don’t scorch your wallet
Now that travel has opened up again, many of us are looking forward to summer holidays. How do you make sure your spending doesn’t leave you with an all-year headache? Here’s some tips to stay in control…
ONE Intrum: as global as possible, as local as needed
Under the ONE Intrum programme, the business is moving from operating as a multi-local company to one with united technology, strategies and ways of working.
Stagflation fears - European businesses face new economic challenges
Macroeconomic factors continue to challenge Europe’s businesses – many of which are already weakened by the pandemic. The ongoing conflict in Ukraine, combined with inflation and rising interest rates, mean the environment remains uncertain.
Today we launch the European Payment Report 2022
The European Payment Report 2022 outlines how the challenging economic climate has impacted the stability and growth of 11,000+ businesses in 29 European countries. This year's findings illustrate how companies are reacting to uncertainty, managing growth plans, and striving for ESG compliance.