Intrum Justitia’s services include processing credit information, credit reporting and monitoring, billing, maintaining sales ledgers, issuing reminders, factoring and debt collection. In order to meet customer demands, Intrum Justitia is continuously engaged in a variety of development projects, with a large number of customer-specific projects.
Intrum Justitia requested a project tool that provides efficient support for project managers and, at the same time, satisfies management’s requirement to be able to view and manage the entire project portfolio. It was also important that the tool could support Intrum Justitia’s recently developed Project Governance Process satisfactorily. User-friendliness and simplicity were also of great importance since the coordination of all project initiatives is spread all across Europe.
According to Intrum Justitia, Antura Projects offered the best functionality and usability at an attractive price. The system will be developed during the first quarter of 2011.
“Intrum Justitia is a successful, industry-leading company. We are extremely pleased that such an important player in the global credit market has chosen Antura Projects. Our efforts in the banking, finance and insurance industries have really made an impact in recent years with new customers such as Intrum Justitia, Skandia and Folksam”, says Mattias Anderson, CEO of Antura.
Lars Wollung, Chief Executive Officer of Intrum Justitia rings the opening bell at the NASDAQ Stock Market.
Intrum Justitia was founded in 1923. With group sales of approximately EUR 465 million and just over 3,400 employees, including approximately 400 in Sweden, Intrum Justitia is currently Europe’s leading provider of credit management services. Today Intrum Justitia operates in 24 countries in Europe.