A new podcast from The Savvy Bookkeeper gives listeners a behind-the-scenes look at Debtor Daddy’s human-centred approach to debtor management, and why having this approach has been the key to Debtor Daddy’s success.
Amy Hooke, the founder of The Savvy Bookkeeper, created The Bookkeepers’ Voice podcast to give Australian bookkeepers practical, informative content that helps them successfully start and grow their businesses.
In her most recent podcast, Amy interviews our very own Matt McFedries, CEO and Co-Founder of Debtor Daddy, to talk about how Debtor Daddy came about and why Matt believes having a human-centred approach is the key to Debtor Daddy’s success.
In 2007, Matt started his first business in web design. During this time, he experienced first-hand the pain of managing late payment and met dozens of other businesses struggling similarly. It was then the idea for Debtor Daddy was born.
“It’s wrong when you do work and somebody doesn’t then pay you, according to what you’ve agreed,” says Matt. “A promise gets made, and then a promise gets broken. Resolving that broken promise is something that really matters.”
Using a unique combination of smart technology and the human touch, Debtor Daddy has helped over 5,000 businesses get their invoices paid, so they can get back to what they love while creating a more successful business.
Recently, Debtor Daddy celebrated the tremendous feat of reaching $1.5 billion dollars of overdue invoices paid.
“The worst version of, whether you call it credit control or debt collection or debtor management, is where it’s inhuman,” adds Matt. “It’s just automation, it treats customers poorly. That’s a thing that we care deeply about and we’re trying to fix with our approach.”
Click here to listen and read the full transcript of the podcast.