Nicki Kinton who has more than 30 years’ experience in credit control has been asked to be a judge in a prestigious national competition.
Her Swindon-based company, Confident Cashflow, specialises in helping SMEs tighten up their financial systems and processes and supports them around intelligent credit control.
She’s been asked to be a judge in the 2019 Credit & Collections Technology Awards where winners will be announced at a gala event in Newcastle in September.
“It’s a huge honour to be asked to be a judge alongside many leaders in this important sector of business. Technology has changed and will continue to change the way in which we do our jobs, so it’s a privilege to be able to see the impact of innovation.”
Nicki, who lives in central Swindon, will be alongside fellow judges including Michelle Thorp, chief executive of the Insolvency Practitioners Association, Amir Ali, of the Civil Court Users’ Association and Jennifer Lambden, chair of the Association of Credit Professionals.
Awards up for grabs include Technology Innovator – Person of the Year; Best Anti-Fraud Solution and Best Vulnerable Customer Identification and Screening Solution.
Nicki, who has been in business for three years, supports business owners with developing skills, creating processes, putting in place systems and documents that will help them work smarter around their cash flow. For micro-business owners she offers services including credit checks, reviewing and updating terms and conditions and outsourced credit control. Nicki is a member of the Chartered Institute of Credit Management.
For more information visit: www.confidentcashflow.com
Pictured above: Nicki Kinton, Confident Cashflow