By Heidi J. Ellsworth, RCS Partner
Join RoofersCoffeeShop® for our second Coffee Conversation, this time with Thea Dudley about collections and account receivables during economic upheaval. At RoofersCoffeeShop we are all about the conversation, not one-sided presentations. We want to help answer your questions and create meaningful conversation and engagement that offers solutions.
Our Coffee Conservations is all about what is top of mind for roofing contractors and the overall roofing industry right now! Every Thursday morning (6 am pacific), the team at RCS will video chat with the roofing industry and leading professionals in a Q&A format. We are asking the industry to pour a cup of coffee and bring your questions and best practices online as contractors talk to each other while learning from a variety of business and industry experts.
This week we could not be more excited to have Thea Dudley. An RCS Influencer and overall thought leader in roofing, she knows credit inside and out. She has honed her skills as a credit and collections officer throughout her 30 years of experience. After spending many years in the corporate world, Thea decided it was time to do something different. So, she started her own business called Pocket Protectors. She is sharing her expertise with the Coffee shop in many ways as an influencer, podcast guest and now on Coffee Conversations. She will answers questions about how roofing contractors or any business can better manage their cash flow.
Prior to starting her own business, Thea worked with Cameron Ashley Guardian Building Products and then SRS Distribution. Working with these larger companies, she realized she “really connected to the customer and helping them work through some of those cash flow issues.” That’s when she decided to work with roofing contractors and other construction-oriented companies one-on-one.
Her clients are a variety of people from contractors to distributors to lumber dealers along with insulation contractors. She is a leading influence with the National Association of Credit Managers. Thea works hard with all her customers to have them leverage technology and get their sales and credit departments working together to help with cash flow and “open up a whole other world for your company.”
Thea offers solutions to improve cash flow by updating processes, getting sales and credit departments to work as one, and training clients to hold companies accountable for their payments. Her three decades of experience have yielded promising results for distributors, roofing contractors, drywallers, and others in the construction and roofing industry.
Join Thea and the RCS team to get your credit answers and help your business survive COVID-19. Watch the Webinar.