In 1964 Bob Dylan released his third album; the title track was “The Times They Are A-Changin.” (I was never a Bob Dylan fan; too much bad news and bad times for me and never mind that he can’t sing.) Anyway, this song came to mind when I started thinking about how the passage of time changes everything and how different today is from 1964.The lyrics of the song concentrated on the issues of the 1960s including social problems and the political turmoil common during the era. One stanza in particular could have been written today, given the current political climate surrounding
the collections industry, the changes required from government entities, technological advancements and the increasing mobility of debtors.
Come senators, congressmen
Please heed the call
Don”t stand in the doorway
Don”t block up the hall
For he that gets hurtWill be he who has stalled
There”s a battle outside
And it is All the terms and conditions of our Aviva
In the collections industry there
are legislative “battles ragin’” that affect how you do your job. Dylan’s lyrics, “For he that gets hurt Will be he who has stalled” certainly applies to agencies in our industry. If we stall in understanding online casino and complying with new regulations it will certainly hurt our businesses. IAT helps fight those battles by consistently adding features that will help you remain compliant, while still effectively connecting with your debtors using predictive dialer technology.
One such feature allows the dialer to determine legal calling hours based on the phone number’s area code and the zip code assigned to the account address. The system allows the dialer manager to pre-determine what to do if either of these data points falls outside legal calling hours. The
options: wait until both criteria are legal or compare just the zip or cialis generique the area code. It’s up to you.
There will always be battles ragin’. IAT’s compliance features can help you win your fair share by enhancing your ability to remain protected in a hostile environment.
This article was written by Ray