Carol A. Dean, executive vice president of the Building Service Contractors Association, International (BSCAI), the trade association for the building service industry, announced that BSCAI is now offering its members a new sponsored Commercial Collection and Accounts Receivables Management program in conjunction with James, Stevens & Daniels.

The new Professional Cleaning Services Program provides the BSCAI members with a wide variety of accounts receivable management tools and solutions to improve profitability and credit risk management. James, Stevens and Daniels, Inc. performs business to business collections, credit reporting, accounts receivable management, factoring, etc. and partners with companies who purchase receivables JSD also provides a number or tools and consultations regarding your accounts receivable issues in order to formulate specific plans to best work for your company, all at no cost.

"We are so pleased to make this benefit available to BSCAI member’s" said Dean. “Now members have a cost effective way to deal with a vital part of their business, account receivables, with one of the leaders in the industry."

"We are very excited about our association with the BSACI. We feel our professional business approach to collections is a great match for the members of the BSCAI," said JSD's Director of Finance, David "Dock" Van Newkirk. "Our approach is to find a business solution to the debtors problems of non payment and in ding so, we have been able to attain one of the highest liquidation rates in our industry," he added. " We move very quickly on accounts as nearly 70 percent of what we collect is recovered in the first 30 days."