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  • Category:
  • Accounts Receivable, Collections, Fintech, Online Bill Payment, Payments
Create the best past-due collection experience with Lexop. Our digital collections software helps credit unions engage and retain past-due members by facilitating payment and empowering them to self-serve.

Lexop’s SaaS solution offers the benefits of personalized outreach at scale while affording members the flexibility to choose the payment scheme that best fits their situation. It’s quick to implement and delivers better results than traditional processes.

With Lexop, your collections team can turn member delinquency into brand-building revenue growth: 
  1. Reach and engage past-due members with digital reminders
  2. Increase debt recovery rates and improve cash flow
  3. Automate and scale the entire collection process
  4. Integrate with your existing payment gateways
  5. Simplify the collection process for both agents and members
  6. Maintain a positive relationship with members and improve retention

See how Lexop delivers a superior past-due member experience that drives engagement, debt recovery, and ultimately retention at www.lexop.com

Contact Information

  • Contact Name
  • Laura Chambers
  • Contact Title
  • Marketing Director
  • Contact Phone
  • (647) 404-4485
  • Location
  • 506 McGill Street, Suite 400,
    Montreal, QC, Canada H2Y 2H6



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