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EXUS is an enterprise software company specializing in credit risk management, digital transformation services and innovation management. EXUS was founded with the vision to simplify enterprise software, make it simple, accessible and exciting.

With headquarters in London and research & development centre in Athens, EXUS support organisations worldwide to improve their results by introducing simplicity & intelligence in their business processes through state of the art technology.

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We significantly improve the business of those we serve, simplifying complexity to enable intelligent action.

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At EXUS we believe that technology exists to serve people. This means we spend time thinking about how people interact with the world around them; about the cognitive process. We enjoy a workplace where curiosity and ambition are put in service of making software that makes people smarter.

EXUS Collections & Recovery Blog

Lessons for the utilities sector about debt recovery best practice

Posted by Marios Siappas
Debt recovery in the utility sector has an image problem. There is a considerable public concern across the globe about rising energy prices, with some governments stepping in to address the fuel poverty debate. As a result, utility companies receive little sympathy as they attempt to resolve unpaid energy bills.
All of this against a background where bad debt in the UK energy industry rose 60% in the five years to 2016, and a recent survey by Go Compare suggested that as many as 1.4 million people have utility bill debt. Elsewhere in Europe, an estimated 5.1 million Spaniards struggle to heat their homes in the winter months, with 4.2 million of them behind with their bills.
The nature of the utility market, coupled with behaviours associated with utility consumption, create some unique challenges compared to other fields, such as retail banking. Despite this, many of the solutions to these challenges are closely aligned with practices honed in the banking sector.
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