Coface clients will discover a fully Optimized version of CofaNet Essentials, the online management tool for credit insurance: a modernized look and feel, optimized for all mobile devices, providing an enriched and customized experience.
This Optimized CofaNet Essentials comes with a new ‘entry-door’, which will bring enhanced capabilities for digital communication with customers: direct login to all Coface applications, targeted news and product documentation in all format (text, audio, video) as well as contact forms.
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This was a proud moment for Coface South Africa, recognizing the in-depth work which has been done at Coface on Gender Focus for the last two years. In 2017, Coface launched a worldwide initiative in order to ensure gender diversity, baptised Women to Win. Its aim is to raise awareness of gender balance issues and ensure that female talents are properly leverage at every level of the organisation.Read More
In line with its strategic ambition to grow in promising new markets, Coface is launching its credit insurance offer in Greece. Coface is now able to strengthen its support to Greek businesses, by providing them with its recognised expertise in monitoring the credit-worthiness of millions of companies all over the world, and by protecting their commercial transactions.Read More
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