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Thoughts made visible.

EOS data survey: What’s the value of data?

Data for cash and discounts

EOS data survey: What’s the value of data?

Little trust when it comes to disclosing data to companies

European payment practices 2019

Digital payment methods: EOS survey on cashless payment

European digital payment methods 2019

Data protection and cyber security: the EOS survey shows that in matters of cyber defense many companies are still not taking action

European trends in receivables management 2019

EOS survey on artificial intelligence: Financial executives fear for their jobs

Artificial intelligence in Europe 2019

Digitization in need of improvement: According to the EOS survey, European companies have some catching up to do

Digitalization in Europe 2019

EOS Consolidated 2018/19 revenue by region

Types of defaulter in comparison with Germany, USA and Russia.

EOS Debtor Typology 2017

The infographic of the key results of the EOS 2017 debt study show that 91% of Germans feel bad if they do not pay back their debts under the motto: 'Life on credit is becoming increasingly unpopular in Germany'. Compared with Russia and the USA, 76% of Russians and Americans say they feel bad about outstanding debts.

EOS Debt Survey 2017

EOS 'European payment practices' 2017 shows that only 49% of respondents rated themselves as 'digitized' and 18% completely digitalized their reminders. Compared to other countries, Germany has a low level of digitalization. A digitized dunning process can lead to more punctual payments, say 49% of the companies.

EOS Payment Practises 2017: Digitalisation

EOS survey "Euopean Payment Practices" 2017 shows, the shorter the payment deadline, the better is the payment behaviour of the consumers. Long payment deadlines tend to lead to delayed payment. Germany is one of the countries with short payment deadlines and a good payment behaviour. In average the deadline is 24 days in Germany and lead to a ratio of "in-time payments" of 83%. Also Switzerland and Austria have with 31 days a short payment deadline and with 82% and 81% a ratio on "on-time Payment". Long payments deadline are in Greece, Russia and Romania. With 47 and 37 days the three countries have all a ratio of "on-time payments" of 74%.

EOS Payment Practises 2017: Payment deadlines

Findings from the EOS 'European Payment Practices' 2017 study shows that many customers deliberately fail to pay their outstanding payments. As a result, 46% of companies suffer a loss of profit. The most common reason for non-payment of one's own debts is overextension among private customers. But forgetfulness and deliberate non-payment are also reasons for unpaid bills. In most cases, business customers do not pay because they wait for their own customers to pay. But also insolvent and deliberate non-payment are reasons.

EOS Payment Practises 2017: Intentional non-payment

Finding of the EOS study "European Payment Practices" 2017 are, that delayed payments and bad debts of consumers can lead to smaller foregone investment.

EOS Payment Practises 2017: Investment brake

The EOS "European Payment Practices" 2017 show that consumers harm themselves. When it comes to payment behaviour, paying late (19%) or not paying at all has the consequence that company increase prices or causes, in 20% of cases reaction like redundancies and recruitment freeze.

EOS Payment Practises 2017: Consumer

Debt collection is a important part of the economy. Without, many companies could loss profit because of outstanding invoices. 41% of companies commission debt collectors with a result of 8% returning the profit to the clients.

EOS Payment Practises 2017: Economic circle

EOS study" European Payment practices" 2017 shows that receivables management is a important factor for corporate growth. Companies remain liquid thanks to debt collection.

EOS Payment Practises 2017: Economic driver

Since 2007 the EOS survey "European Payment Practices" have been pubished. Since then the payment behaviour increased.

EOS Payment Practises 2017: 10 years of European payment behaviour

Debts are not a problem. Every secons german has debts. With EOS, you partner in receivables debts, we'll find a way to create a payment plan. According to the EOS survey "European Payment Practices" 2016, 17% of all payments i Germany where paid late, or not at all. So As long as debts are paid back, they are not a problem. Because if debts are not paid, they cause demage. Smaller companies are vulnerable if their client do not paiy their debts. EOS is the right choice if you need a realistic paxment plan with debetors. Collecting debts is a important part of the economy. Through our purchase of the outstanding debts, companies are able to pay their own bills and employee salaries.

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