Rapid Growth Leads to Major Expansion
WILMINGTON, Del., Apr 20, 2015— Katabat, a leading provider of credit customer management solutions for global lenders, today announced a major expansion of their corporate headquarters. To accommodate continued rapid growth, the company has relocated to the historic Pennsylvania Railroad Building adjacent to the Amtrak Wilmington Station.
The company’s new address is 112 S. French Street, Suite 500, Wilmington, DE 19801.
Katabat has experienced significant growth over the past several years; with the move Katabat secures necessary expansion facilities, while allowing the company to remain in the Riverfront district of Wilmington.
“We are delighted to upgrade our facilities, expand our ability to serve our global client base, and set the stage for the next phase of the company’s growth,” said Vytas Kisielius, Chief Executive Officer, “This new space embodies all of those goals”.
Katabat offers pioneering customer experience management solutions that enable lenders to deploy completely synchronized offers, contacts, workflows, content and treatments across credit card, real estate, student, and installment loan products. The company’s CredAgility® platform is helping a rapidly growing number of top lenders automate customer-facing business processes, optimize the effectiveness of their resolution strategies, and realize efficiency gains through improved customer engagement. The company’s Unified CollectionsTM solution, for example, is helping creditors improve their borrowers’ experience and post large efficiency and effectiveness gains while dramatically improving compliance. For more information, visit katabat.com or call 302-830-9262.
Katabat is the leading provider of debt collections software to banks, agencies, and alternative lenders. Founded in 2006 and led by a diverse team of lending executives and leading software engineers, Katabat pioneered digital collections and has led the industry ever since. It is our mission to provide the best credit collections software in the market and solve debt resolution from the perspectives of both lenders and borrowers.
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