HCB Solicitors contracted with Linetime to implement market-leading DebtimeSQL system

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9 May 2016


Linetime200HCB Solicitors has contracted with Linetime to implement the market-leading DebtimeSQL system to support the firm’s growing Debt Recoveries team.

With 260 staff operating from 25 branches, HCB offers a wide range of services for businesses and individuals and the move coincides with a significant upturn in debt recovery work.

Debbie Beet, head of debt recoveries for the HCB Network, said: “We have an experienced Debt Recovery team with a proven track record, providing an excellent service to PLCs, SMEs, sole traders and Insolvency Practitioners.

“Having used Linetime software in the past, I believe that it is second to none in terms of streamlining the recovery process to meet and exceed clients’ expectations.  Linetime was an obvious choice to support our expanding team and use of the latest technology enables us to operate more efficiently and maximise recoveries for our clients.”

 



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