In 1938 Jack and Ruth Erickson founded an accounts receivable company called IC System. They wanted to provide customers with honest and ethical services. IC System has now been passed down through three new generations of the Erickson’s. The same principles of honesty continue to drive the business. IC System has always been innovative. They became the first business in accounts receivables to use computers instead of typewriters in 1968. Their compliance and regulatory standards ensure they are always on the cutting edge.
IC System has a reputation as one of the industry’s most secure collection firms due to their cutting edge collections tools. The firm is based near St. Paul, Minnesota and has the same ethics they did in 1938. Their clients benefit from an improved financial outcome and solutions both honest and ethical. The representatives are friendly and trained well to ensure an excellent customer relationship. Due to their approach the BBB Torch Award has nominated IC Solutions for three straight years. They simply want to be the most trusted and very best receivables management services for their clients (Twitter).
IC Systems adheres to their core values in the way their business is conducted. People are always treated with respect and dignity. The integrity of the company means they do what is right. The results achieved have always exceeded expectations. They have a better way to get things done and take pride in their actions. IC Systems employees have the ability to nominate their coworkers for outstanding demonstrations of the values of the company with the Core Values Award. This results in the recognition of the most outstanding of employees.
IC System believes they should give back to their community by the example they set. They started a charity in 1981 called the Employee Charitable Help Organization. They provide charitable efforts on a monthly basis while considering the urgent needs of their employees. IC System proudly supports many charities including St. Jude Children’s Hospital Charities, Ronald McDonald House Charities, White Bear Lake Food Shelf, the American Cancer Society, Special Olympics Wisconsin, Arming Heroes, Toys for Tots, Relay for Life and the American Red Cross.