Through the partnership, NDC will provide local sales development and implementation support for PIC Solutionsâ (PIC) market leading suite of credit management products. The partnership will initially be focused on PICâs renowned CollectSmart delinquent collections system, a powerful collections solution with the flexibility to optimise the collections performance of almost any type of organisation.
CollectSmart, formerly known as PCS, is a powerful, modular, enterprise-wide collections solution that combines industry best practices and leading edge functionality into a single comprehensive collections system with an intuitive collector interface.
NDC has a well established track record within the banking and financial services industry in Pakistan. Established in 1997, NDC has implemented and continues to support core banking systems on behalf of seven banks in Pakistan, as well as banks elsewhere around the globe. NDCâs experience in successfully implementing leading technology solutions for clients is built on proven project management expertise, coupled with a large and diverse resource base.
Navaid Kareem, General Manager at NDC, states, âNDC is excited by this strategic partnership with PIC Solutions and we look forward to working closely with PIC to demonstrate the value of the CollectSmart solution to financial services companies in Pakistan and the region. The global economic conditions dictate that organisations need to focus on collections practices and CollectSmart provides a very valuable tool for managing the collections process.â
Ian Read, General Manager of PIC Solutions Middle East, states, âWhilst PIC Solutions continues to expand our geographic footprint through organic growth throughout the region, we recognise the opportunity to partner with organisations that complement our services and capabilities. The partnership between PIC and NDC is built on the common vision of providing best-of-breed products and services to blue-chip financial services clients. We look forward to a long and rewarding relationship with NDC.â