Adare SEC celebrates becoming first communications member of the CSA
A leading provider of technology-led, paper-based and electronic communication solutions is the first communications company to become a member of the Credit Services Association (CSA) under its new Supplier Membership category.
Adare SEC, Secure and Essential Communication Solution specialists, produces around 100 million print and digital communications on behalf of its debt collection and debt purchase clients each year.
Adare SEC has provided Essential Communication solutions to the sector for more than 20 years, introducing several technologies and offering fixed mail pack production pricing and significant postal discounts for its 35 debt collection customers.
To further show Adare SEC’s commitment to the sector, the business has recently been accepted into a new extended category of CSA membership since it was announced in November last year.
Richard Slee, chief executive officer at Adare SEC, said: “Achieving CSA supplier membership status really highlights how we see our business – at the forefront of critical customer communication solutions and continuing to deliver a quality service for our clients and their customers in this industry.
“We are proud to be part of the CSA’s supplier membership alongside being one of the first to sign-up, showing our commitment to the sector as we continue to grow and innovate.”
Peter Wallwork, chief executive of the CSA, said that Supplier Member status would provide Adare SEC with a range of benefits.
He added: “It will afford them even greater visibility of the collections, debt sale and purchase market and in turn gives the CSA’s 300-strong membership greater visibility of a company that can help support their print and digital communications.”
Adare SEC, which has a head office in Huddersfield and other sites across Redditch, Nottingham and Guildford, is an £80 million leading provider of Secure and Essential Communication Solutions for its high-quality blue-chip client base which includes Lowell, Allianz, New Look and HomeServe.