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NeoCollect is a company whose main purpose is to grant our clients with professional consultancy in the sphere of responsibility management and debt collection. Our main task is to provide you, our clients, with access to the best theories and practices of modern debt collection and to ensure effective management of the cash flow of your company. Our job is to prepare your company to be able to work with future debts, to introduce a system for dealing with the present delayed payments of your company and to train your employees in different spheres of contemporary debt collection.

The partnership with NeoCollect will provide your company with customized integrated solutions that will be developed by taking into consideration your business and encompassing all aspects of your activity. These types of decision making will lead to specific results that will optimally meet the needs of your company.

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Who are we?

We are experts (CEO’s, lawyers, software specialists and psychologists) who deal with responsibility management and debt collection in all its aspects.

We have a long-term experience in debt collection, we have developed processes and managed collector networks on a national level, we have trained some of the most prosperous employees who deal with debt collection.

We search and find the most optimal solutions for all problems, connected with debt management, because we are familiar with the best theories and practices of contemporary debt collection and features of the local market.

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Niels Bohr 1885 – 1962 on the banknote of 500 Danish Krones

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Neils Bohr is a Danish physician with a significant contribution to the theory of the atom structure and quantum mechanics. He develops the theory of the atom on the basis of which is created the planetary model of the atom and quantum conceptions. In 1923, based on his model, he is the first to succeed to explain Mendeleev’s periodic table of elements and in 1939, together with J.A. Wheeler, he develops the theory of the nuclear fission – the process when a huge amount of nuclear energy is released. A little known fact is that at the end of the WWII, he lives and works in the USA and participates in the Manhattan Project for the building of a nuclear bomb. He receives a Nobel Prize in 1922 – one year after Albert Einstein’s Nobel Prize. The hologram mark on the banknote is a model of an atom with electrons that is revolving around the nucleus.