LIVONIA, Mich., -– Consumer expectations, regulatory requirements and the business environment continues to evolve rapidly in receivables management. As your organization plans for 2018, there are several trends to consider.

Join RevSpring for its final webinar of the year on “Trends to Watch for 2018.” This popular annual event will highlight the trends in communication and payments your organization should include in your 2018 plans. Hosted on November 9, 2017 at 2 p.m. EST, the hour-long session will discuss:

  • Cybersecurity Trends

Best practices to incorporate in 2018

  • Consumer Self-Service

Engaging consumers for an enhanced experience and reduced costs

  • Emailing Consumers

Recent court rulings that may have impact on your email strategy

  • Call Blocking

Steps your organization can take to engage consumers as this technology becomes more widespread

  • Text Messaging

Using this effective tool to reach consumers who have provided consent

Join experts John Bedard of Bedard Law Group, Michael McDonnell of RevSpring and Mike Wright of TECH LOCK to learn the latest trends.

Click here to register for this informative webinar that can help set the right agenda for 2018!

About RevSpring 

RevSpring is a high-growth technology services organization that provides intelligent communications and payment solutions to over 2,000 of the leading accounts receivables management, credit grantors, healthcare providers, and healthcare technology companies throughout North America. Through its proprietary technology, analytics and workflow tools, RevSpring enables its customers to deliver over one billion personalized financial communications through print, email, SMS, voice and web channels. These communications facilitate accelerated payments through multiple channels, notably web and IVR, to drive valuable consumer/patient interactions. RevSpring’s strategy and payment technology significantly improves consumer satisfaction, responsiveness, self-service and cash collection rates to best-in-class levels.


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