SOURCE: Plus2 Technologies, LLC
SANTA CLARA, CA--(Marketwire - Oct 2, 2012) - Plus2 Technologies®, an Arizona-based company, today announced the launch of Consentsys at DEMO Fall 2012 before the technology industry's most prominent media, analysts, investors and entrepreneurs. Consentsys is an easy to use, voice-guided collection program designed to help businesses and municipalities recover more of the monies owed them without the need for telephone collectors. Individuals can create their own payment plans, make payments and even negotiate a settlement online within minutes.
Plus2 has partnered with Chase Paymentech™, to offer businesses and cities around the world a new and better way to manage collection programs online. With a comprehensive suite of tools, Consentsys features an interactive conversation interface with a real human voice to guide debtors through affordable payment options online. By providing debtors with an easier and friendlier user experience -- not to mention a plan that fits their budget -- Consentsys is the easy way to make debt go away.
"We're honored to be among the innovators invited to DEMO this fall," said Plus2 co-founder and COO, Michael Heller. "It's time the world took another look at the way collections are handled, and started using technology to make it more efficient. Not only in the U.S., but globally."
HOW DOES IT WORK?
While typical collection programs involve large call centers and take years to recoup lost funds, Consentsys helps businesses collect more money, faster, by offering their customers easy and affordable ways to pay off debt online. The need for ineffective, expensive and outdated outsourcing is no more. Users have the freedom to handle their debt privately and quickly using a secure system that works with them, not against them. Businesses, utilities and municipalities can customize several payment options (Pay it now, Pay it over time, Settle It™, and Amnesty) within the Consentsys dashboard.
"Businesses use collection agencies because they don't know what else to do, and people avoid paying their debt because they simply can't find a non-cumbersome, affordable option," said Heller. "Consentsys bridges that gap and provides the tools necessary to manage collection programs online -- without the need for extra personnel -- while giving people the options they need." Consentsys costs less than 1/7th what the average agency or law firm charges to collect debt and right now, Plus2 is offering a free trial.
Plus2 will provide a live, six-minute demonstration of Consentsys on the DEMO Fall 2012 stage on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012, and will host live demonstrations beginning today at Booth D62 in the DEMO Fall 2012 pavilion.
ABOUT PLUS2 TECHNOLOGIES
Plus2 Technologies developed Consentsys as an interactive, multilingual collection program that allows cities, utilities and businesses to collect more of their own debt by giving debtors payment options that they can afford. The Plus2 management team combines the knowledge and experience of Paul Heller, CEO -- creator of several highly successful collection programs for the City of Chicago, Wells Fargo Bank, and Peoples Energy Corporation -- with the business acumen of Michael Heller, COO, attorney and former Vice President at Bear Stearns. Jason O'Brien is the CIO and joins Plus2 from Angel Learning, Courseload 2.x and Interactive Intelligence, where he currently serves as Director of Services Global Operations. Jason Miles heads development, and is the CTO. Together they manage the day-to-day operations, oversee the development of the software, and plan the future direction of the company.
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