“…enthusiasm, experience and knowledge of international market conditions was well received by all who attended.”
“…….good hints and tips…....”
“…wide experience, eager to share and passionate”
“Good trainer, very friendly approach, kept it interesting all the time with lots of good information & useful tips.”
“The information provided is very helpful.”
"Tips to improve my work."
"Many thanks for help and patience."
"I learned many new facts."
"Good communication between the trainer and the group. The trainer was funny, friendly and explained the workshops well."
"Great training. Fulfilled all our needs to help us improve our skills and knowledge for communication between internal and external customer."
We are honoured and grateful to be the pioneers in the Budapest SSC sector to adopt the ACCEE ‘Journeyman’ programme to provide, comprehensive and practical exposure to our Accounts Receivables and Credit Collections teams.
ACCEE’s trainer pool is top class including maestro in Credit Collections, Patrick O. Connelly who ensured that our specialists and management gets familiar with different aspects of B2B and B2C collections.
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Journeyman worked out as a catalyst for our drive to effective collections management
Thanks to you and ACCEE – these guys are really excited and motivated which translates to lower attrition, higher performance and improved cash flow. Program really works
We are going to recognize them in the next Cross Tower entire SSC Town Hall
Really appreciate the program and the high standards for excellence
Keep up the good work and thanks for your passion for credit & collections !!Dean R. Unrue
The Journeyman course was the best set of lectures I have experienced so far.
A big positive was the main concentration on operational practice which combined all aspects of corporate credit (O2C)
Professor Connelly gave us perfect insight into practical issues using interactive and interesting cases from practice.
I would definitely recommend the course to anyone looking for deeper understanding of risk management.Alexander Puchovsky