WANNME, chosen as a revolutionary startup at the 11th National Credit Conference

In the image, Jaime de Villa and José Luis Verdasco, CEO and CTO of WANNME, respectively.

The matter of payment is one of the crucial points when opening a business, whether its online or a brick-and-mortar one. This is why it’s so important to choose the right platform and integration.The Spanish company WANNME, a platform specialising in payment and financing solutions, participated this week in the eleventh edition of the National Credit Conference in Madrid, a benchmark event in the Spanish credit industry. In this edition, the Conference included a new space called Startups & Future Credit Lab, which recognises the best business initiatives and ideas for their social and economic impact. WANNME has been chosen as one of the innovative companies in the excellence programme for the contribution of its revolutionary business ideas to the development of the credit industry of the future.

The National Credit Conference is an important professional event where the latest developments and trends in this 50 billion-euro industry emerge.

For two days, the Conference brought together major financial groups and organisations such as the Bank of Spain, Santander, Bankia, Sabadell, ING, Caixabank, BNP Paribas, Deloitte, KPMG, the Ministry of Economy and Business, the Court of First Instance of Madrid and the Spanish National Debt Collection Association (ANGECO), which gave more than 70 talks by their top representatives.

Among the many features of the platform, WANNME was able to showcase within the field of recoveries, a core topic at the Conference, its bespoke end-to-end solutions that include preparation and deployment as well as automated monitoring of the recovery:

  1. Optimisation and reinforcement of means of communication. They adapt to all channels and can certify all SMS messages. Furthermore, they enable the attachment of unpaid receipts so that everything is legally documented.
  2. Faster collectionsthrough a payment link in communications, keeping the actions a debtor has to take to a minimum and reducing collection times.
  3. Discretion and reduction of barriers to payment, as the user can complete the payment transaction without sharing their bank details with anyone due to the absence of in-person interactions while the company can check the status of the collection at any time.
  4. Multiple payment and direct debit alternatives, and reinforcement in the processes.
  5. Full traceability of the transaction and automated monitoring of the collection process and its status.