eCredit named as 2005 Codie Award finalist
DEDHAM, Mass., Jan. 27, 2005 -- eCredit, a leading provider of online software for credit and collections professionals, today announced that it has been selected as a finalist in the Best Financial Product or Service category in the 20th Codie Awards. Produced annually by the Software & Information Industry Association, the Codie Awards showcase the software and information industry's finest products and services and honor excellence for corporate achievement. These awards are the only peer recognition series in the software industry, as finalists are judged initially by representatives from the software trade press and then by members of the SIIA, the leading trade association for the software and digital content industry.
Offered in Personal, Professional and Enterprise editions, eCredit software has been designed by credit and collections professionals for credit and collections professionals, and provides critical support in the processes of granting credit, monitoring portfolio risk, resolving disputes, and collecting accounts receivable. Independent of their size, industry or geography, companies can choose the eCredit edition that meets the needs of their business, enabling them to dramatically improve the performance of their credit and collections processing.
"The 20th annual Codie Awards continue the tradition of honoring the best of the software, content and education technology industries," said Ken Wasch, SIIA President. "When one considers the number of outstanding companies that competed this year, being named a Codie Awards finalist is a significant achievement."
"We are delighted to be recognized by SIIA as a finalist in the category of Financial Products in this year's Codie Awards," said Jeff Dickerson, eCredit CEO. "As the leading software-as-service provider for credit and collections professionals, we deliver our solutions to customers of various sizes and across a wide variety of industries, and it is an honor to see the investment in the development of our product recognized by SIIA and our industry peers."
eCredit will be recognized with the other Financial Product category finalists at an awards ceremony at the SIIA's Annual Conferences in May 2005. Winners will be announced at a ceremony at Universal Studio's Globe Theater in Universal City, California, on May 25.
For a full listing of 2005 Codie Award finalists, please visit http://www.siia.net/codies/2005/finalists.asp.
eCredit is a leading provider of online software for credit and collections professionals. Its award-winning product family -- Personal Edition, Professional Edition, and Enterprise Edition -- supports the mission critical processes of granting credit, monitoring portfolio risk, resolving disputes and collecting accounts receivable. With deep roots in the credit and collections community, eCredit has over a decade of experience helping companies reduce bad debt and DSO while improving productivity, lowering costs and demonstrating results. Its on-demand software supports companies of any size in a broad array of industries and geographies, including ChevronTexaco, Cisco, Samsung Electronics, Cargill, NEC Financial, Graybar, CDW, Sun Microsystems, and Ryder System. eCredit is a private company headquartered in Dedham, Massachusetts. For more information, please visit http://www.ecredit.com.
The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) is the principal trade association for the software and digital content industry. SIIA provides global services in government relations, business development, corporate education and intellectual property protection to more than 750 leading software and information companies. For further information visit http://www.siia.net.
Web Site: http://www.ecredit.com
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