Business Process Redefined, LLC Partners With Debt Resolve, Inc.

Business Process Redefined, LLC Partners With Debt Resolve, Inc.

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Fairfield, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / June 20, 2014 / Business Processes Redefined, LLC (BPR) today announced a partnership with Debt Resolve, Inc., (OTC:DRSV) a leading provider of patent-protected full cycle accounts receivable management solutions for the resolution, settlement and collection of consumer debt.

“This partnership will enable us to continue to provide our clients the best tools for their collection needs and to give consumers every opportunity to satisfy their obligations by providing a simple and convenient online debt settlement solution,” said Lauren A. Irwin-Szostak, BPR’s President. “Debt Resolve brings a cloud-based collection capability that reaches consumers on their terms, thereby reducing complaints, improving compliance, reducing costs, and increasing recoveries. We are excited to put the best-in-class Debt Resolve solution to work for our clients. Several of our agencies have already implemented its solution, and the initial results have exceeded our expectations. We intend to fully implement the Debt Resolve solution with all our agencies at the BPR summit conference next month.”

Stan Freimuth, Debt Resolve’s CEO, added, “Our partnership with BPR is focused on delivering the best results for its collections agencies, using the most advanced technology available.  The Debt Resolve system is the most versatile, cost effective, and consumer friendly web collection solution on the market for agencies and debt buyers. Consumers now expect to be able to handle most of their financial transactions online. We are pleased to give our clients a competitive edge by providing them with the most advanced, patent protected negotiation and settlement tool the industry has to offer.”

About Business Process Redefined, LLC

Business Processes Redefined, LLC, is a receivables management firm for companies wishing to outsource some or all of their debt-collection activities. Founded in 2007, by President Lauren A. Irwin-Szostak , a successful entrepreneur with more than 20 years of experience in the debt collection industry, BPR works with companies of many sizes in a diverse range of industries, offering maximum value to organizations with past-due receivables in excess of $500,000 per month.

About Debt Resolve, Inc.

Debt Resolve provides lenders, debt buyers, collection agencies, collection law firms and hospitals with a patent-protected online bidding system for the resolution and settlement of consumer debt, as well as collections solutions that are effective at every stage of collection and recovery.  The company also provides web-based payment platforms for the financial and healthcare industries.  The company is publicly held and trades on the OTC Markets under the symbol DRSV.  Debt Resolve is headquartered in White Plains, New York.

 

Media Contact:

Lauren A. Irwin-Szostak
President
Business Processes Redefined, LLC
155 Passaic Ave – Third Floor
Fairfield, NJ  07004
800-470-6622
lauren@bprllc.com 

 

SOURCE: Debt Resolve, Inc.

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