ARxChange Receives 2014 Excellence Award from US Trade & Commerce Institute
NEW YORK - July 28, 2014 - PRLog -- ARxChange was selected for the 2014 New York Excellence Award by the US Trade & Commerce Institute (USTCRI).
Each year the USTCRI conducts business surveys and industry research to identify companies that have distinguished themselves among their competitors and peers. USTCRI oversees an annual survey commissioned on various industries and then determines which companies meet and exceed the industry benchmarks that have been set forth. This past year's research led to ARxChange's selection, which involved an exhaustive process that encapsulated a year long immersion in the business climate and marketplace in which ARxChange operates.
"This recognition marks ARxChange's significant achievement as a leader and as setting benchmarks that the industry should follow," according to USTCRI.
"We're deeply appreciative of this acknowledgment as it marks another milestone in our leadership,"
With over $13 billion in listings, ARxChange (owned and operated by TriCap Technology Group, LLC) is the nation's largest and most robust marketplace for medical debt and receivables in the US. The ARxChange system is recognized nationally for transforming outmoded accounts receivables collections processes and for strengthening the financial performance of hospitals and health systems. TriCap also holds the patents and intellectual property rights on the most essential processes used throughout the US consumer debt marketplace to organize, rank, value and trade accounts receivables, including health care.
The USTCRI is a leading authority on researching, evaluating and recognizing companies across a wide spectrum of industries that meet its stringent standards of excellence. It has spearheaded the idea of independent enterprise and entrepreneurial growth allowing businesses of all sizes to be recognized locally and encouraged globally. Particular emphasis is given to meeting and exceeding industry benchmarks for customer service, product quality and ethical practices.