Chaser is credit control and accounts receivable software that helps users to automate manual tasks and get invoices paid faster, whilst maintaining great customer relationships.

Chaser was founded with a determined spirit and a simple mission – to help SMEs worldwide get paid in a quick, efficient and friendly way so that they save time on manual tasks and improve cash flow. It was originally launched in 2014 as a credit control app by a Finance Director who was frustrated with the manual processes and inefficiencies in chasing payments. Today, Chaser is reinventing the way businesses think and behave with regards to payments.

Traditionally perceived as negative, the act of invoice chasing, or simply requesting to get paid for your product or services, makes people uncomfortable and causes strain and loss of time for both the business that has not paid and the business that needs to get paid. But it does not need to be that way.

Chaser believes that trust is the foundation of all businesses relationships. Therefore, our solutions and services aim to make chasing for payments comfortable, easy and fast. We strive to give businesses the confidence that they will get paid for their work, no matter what.

Businesses today spend 56.4 million hours per year manually chasing their overdue payments (Intuit QuickBooks, 2019). And in the UK alone, 50,000 small and medium businesses fail each year due to late payments (FSB).

We are changing that. We’ve already saved customers over 9 million hours on their credit control and collected over $3.12 billion in late payments. We have grown into an industry-shifting software and service provider, helping thousands of businesses around the world save time and get their invoices paid sooner.

Our mission is simple: To help SMEs worldwide get paid in an efficient and friendly way so that they improve cash flow.

And this is just the beginning.

Industry: Software Development
Headquarters: London, Greater London
Type: For Profit
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 020 3196 7695
Founder: David Tuck, Mark Woodbridge