Agile working helps EOS respond faster to changes on the market. But how do employees and companies best approach the topic? EOS Scrum Master Dirk Hofmann reveals three methods.
Digitalization insufficient: Over half of European companies rate themselves poorly. This is shown by the EOS survey “European Payment Practices” 2019. Where are the weaknesses?
EOS Group national subsidiaries use the knowledge platform to become collectively smarter. The analytics platform will become the AI ‘super brain’ of the EOS Group.
In matters of data security there’s still work to do. An EOS survey shows that top decision-makers in European firms see cyber security as a trending issue.
The EOS survey “European Payment Practices” 2019 shows that only 28 percent of European companies offer digital payment. Will the EU Directive PSD2 create momentum in the market?
Credit card firms and technology giants like Apple and Google are the front runners in mobile payment. But what are the prospects for a European solution?
Data is the fuel that drives many sectors. But how do companies determine the value of their data? EOS has developed a strategy for working this out.
AI systems can provide a digital coach that supports every phone call in the call center and analyzes conversations. But are both parties more satisfied at the end of the call?
Incorporating the collection process into the device most people use to organize their day sounds like a good idea. An international EOS team has done just that with their smartphone app for debtors.
The walls are virtual, but the risks are real. EOS is protecting its valuable data with what are known as penetration tests. This is how white hat hacking works.
A new breed of fintech firm is promising to make requirements like know-your-customer a breeze.
It’s not just about technology, it’s about people developing a data-driven mindset, the Center of Analytics team explains.
If you work in a rapidly changing market your business software needs to keep up with the pace – as do the people using it.
EOS is becoming a technology-driven financial investor and international innovation leader: CEO Klaus Engberding on his vision for the Group.
The predictive power of its analytics platform D3 enables EOS to contact each debtor in the most promising way - with convincing results.
The EOS Group is different today than it was just one year ago. A far-reaching cultural change is making EOS quicker, more agile and more digital. The goal is clear: ‘For a debt-free world’.
Most SME don't have a professional dunning system in place. Now they can turn to the Deutsche Verrechnungsstelle (DV) to cover that base.
Many European firms can't invest in digitisation because of late payments, the Survey 'European Payment Practices' shows.
How does data-driven decision making work in receivables management? Pioneering work done at EOS shows the potential of machine learning.
To meet rising data protection requirements, EOS' Chief Compliance Officer Kirsten Pedd is rolling out a global data privacy strategy.