Sidetrade, an Artificial Intelligence platform dedicated to accelerating revenue and cashflow for businesses, has won “Shared Services Credit Team of the Year” at the Irish Credit Team Awards 2021.

This accolade, presented to Sidetrade at the Credit Team Awards ceremony in Dublin last week, recognizes the outstanding results achieved by Sidetrade’s Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) team.

Sidetrade’s BPO team is an exclusive premium service for Sidetrade’s customers. Consisting of a number of credit and cash collection experts, its aim is to assist customers in managing the accounts receivables cycle, facilitate amicable debt recovery, and drive pre-litigation processes to ensure success at every stage of the Order-to-Cash process. Customers choose to leverage this Order-to-Cash expertise to supplement internal teams in key areas, and to benefit from the flexibility, best practices and world-class efficiency of working with Sidetrade’s specialist outsourcing operation that has 20+ years’ experience and deep domain expertise.

The annual Irish Credit Team Awards, now in their fourth year, are run by Irish Credit Management Training. The awards are designed to celebrate excellence in this most demanding area of business and provide a social occasion for team members and an opportunity to meet and learn from other credit teams around the country.

In recognition of the accolade, Sidetrade’s Chief Services Officer, Frédéric Dupont-Aldiolan commented: “We are thrilled to receive the “Shared Services Credit Team of the Year” award. Our Business Process Outsourcing team is an exceptional team of credit and cash collection professionals, and this win is testament to the exceptional results they achieve for our customers.

“This award further highlights the success of Sidetrade’s strategy to provide customers not only with a market-leading software solution, but also with a high quality, value-driving service. This approach is a key differentiator for our business, and we are delighted that this is recognized by both our customers and the wider collection industry.”