Join 300+ firms that have significantly improved their debtors with FeeSynergy Collect
FeeSynergy Collect Performance Stats
In the last 12 months
Taking firms from
Normal to the Next Normal
Reducing average debtor days from 90 to 30 days
Improving cashflow for Accounting and Legal firms
“We are immensely proud of what we and our team have achieved over the last 14 years. Every day we are delighted that we are making life easier for our wonderful clients … and their clients.”
Founder & Managing DirectorMalcolm Ebb
FeeSynergy Collect integrates with leading Accounting & Legal Practice Management Software.
We collaborate directly with the leading Practice Management Software vendors to ensure that the API connections between our applications are reliable, secure, supported and deliver the best possible outcomes for our respective clients.
The Collect debtor management platform is so well regarded in the industry that the practice management vendors recommend it to their own clients.
We’ve been using FeeSynergy for fee funding for a while now, however we still required a better solution to manage our client communications for outstanding invoices. We implemented FeeSynergy Collect and the FeeSynergy Payment Gateway, and within 6 months it has cut our debtor days by two-thirds. Approximately 80% of our outstanding invoices are now current and our 90+ day debtors are now a rounding error! Our support staff always found that debtor phone calls were a struggle, however with this function now automated, they are finding that most clients are paying before or on the due date.
Partner, Pitcher Partners
We have only recently implemented FeeSynergy Collect but it has already proved its worth by lowering the cost of debt collection and improving the client experience by providing online access to their accounts and offering payments by EFT, Credit Card, Direct Debit and flexible Funding Arrangements.
General Manager, Madgwicks Lawyers
FeeSynergy Collect an intuitive, easy to use system. The user interface and dashboard has equipped us with the right information to make fast and smart decisions. We have experienced an immediate reduction in debtors, our processing time has been reduced and key system features have enabled better communication. We are highly satisfied with this great system.
Business Manager, Bentleys SA
FeeSynergy Collect simply makes sense. The old adage – cash is king is as true as ever. A great system that is user friendly and support is also a key. Collect delivers on all fronts. November 2018 was a record month of collections for us largely due to the Collect system getting our average debtors days at one point down to 24 days. I cannot think of a single reason not to use FeeSynergy Collect.
General Manager, Accru Harris Orchard
We have been working with FeeSynergy for over 10 years utilising their fee funding and also their online payment gateway. When the FeeSynergy Collect software became available we were very pleased to integrate this into our debtor management process. The team at FeeSynergy worked closely with us to customise the software to our requirements. Since its launch in February 2018 we have seen a significant decrease in both our outstanding debtors and the work required to manage them. We now have an easy, automated system with clear record of actions taken in respect of each invoice and debtor. I would not hesitate to recommend FeeSynergy Collect.
General Manager, Hall Chadwick QLD
Before transitioning to FeeSynergy our debtors function wasn’t automated and was run by a full-time team member. This resulted in debtors of approximately A$2.5 million at an average 67 debtor days. Since implementing FeeSynergy in 2019, we have freed up our debtors team to pursue other tasks, with our total debtors reduced to approximately A$1.1 million and debtor days are down to 34. Cash flow is critical for all businesses and FeeSynergy has delivered exceptional results in managing our c
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