Nominate your colleague for prestige awards
Closing day for nominations is August 31st, 2018
Collection Team of the Year
Candidates should be able to demonstrate a measurable improvement in their particular area of responsibility over the last 12 months. For example a reduction in DSO or overdues through resolving complex disputes or improving communications with internal or external clients leading to measurable improvements.
Risk Team of the Year
Open to any company collecting receivables from businesses or consumers that can demonstrate significant improvements within their team over the last year.Examples include implementing a new credit policy, formula or credit insurance programme.
Cash Application Team of the Year
Open to teams responsible for cash application . Judges will be looking for evidence where the processing, efficiency and reporting visibility of receipts has significantly improved since 2016. Please include measurable results to support the nomination e.g. Unapplied cash has reduced by XX%.
O2C Project of the Year
Extra consideration will be given where ACCEE Going Galactic and / or workshops have been engaged since January 2016.
Vendor of the Year
It is open to all ACCEE partner companies that can demonstrate how their products and services have brought about a significant improvement in the O2C operation of its clients.
Examples where the judges will be looking are: improved invoicing, cash collection, communication with sales and customer service and / or customers, reporting visibility, forecasting, lower error rates and effective implementation within agreed budgets and timetables.
Three client references will be required describing the project and results.
Nominations can come from any area of the credit industry, but the winner will be someone who is acknowledged by many to have devoted themselves to credit for a minimum of 3 years and who has made a positive difference.
President’s Award of the Year
The President’s Award will focus on International Credit Managers who contribute exceptional efforts in expanding the role of the credit profession for more than 10 years.