Outsmarting the rest: ahead thanks to our advanced technology
We believe in harnessing the latest technology to help us operate in the most efficient and effective way possible, whilst helping improve our clients' performance.
AR-12 provides functionality that has not been seen in any other product within this industry. Specifically built to handle complex case and resource management, and to manage a varied portfolio of debt types, AR-12 was designed for the future.
The revolutionary system was first trialled in 2011 in partnership with Haulmont Technology, who were the developers behind the award winning IT platform for Addison Lee (the world's largest private taxi firm).
Being the pioneers of the smartest technology has helped us to become the most advanced and competitive technology based enforcement and debt recovery provider within the UK. We collect more money, using fewer enforcement agents, than any other provider in the UK.
For more information about the benefits the system is providing JBW and our clients, visit our Technology Solutions page.
Reducing environmental impact through the latest technology
Despite an increase of up to 120% in the average number of visits made each day by our bailiffs, fuel consumption across the company has reduced by almost 18%.
AR-12 uses the latest in optimisation technology to allocate bailiffs' schedules in a way which minimilises factors such as fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and the wear and tear of vehicles.
Its electronic paperwork features have virtually eliminated the need to print and photocopy warrants of execution, notices of attendance and other documents. We estimate this will save approximately ten tonnes of paper annually.
AR-12 is an impressive piece of software and I can see the immediate benefits for clients. A big plus is the level of Management Information supplied via the client portal. This information is vital for our business.
Nick Rowe, London Borough of Hounslow
The eClient web site provided by the company has proven an invaluable tool, allowing the Council to have instant access to information regarding statistical information and in respect of individual cases.