CoreXalance (Pty) Ltd. is pleased to announce that our offices have moved to B112, Eva Park on the corner of Judges- and Beyers Naudé Drive in Cresta.
Continued client growth and internal changes required the move and expansion of our office. The spacious new facility is central, offers enough parking and even more room for growth. "We are very excited about our new offices and look forward to the luxury of space while we work at filling them again with new initiatives and new business," said CoreXalance CEO, Mandy Kayser.
CoreXalance started trading in January 2008, operating from a small office in the Westrand.
The main motivation of the company is to create excellence in every business, growing our own and sharing what we have with others. Our services include a consolidated, cost-effective sustainability rating on debtors and credit risk management for creditors. Not only do these services protect the creditors from writing off bad debt, but it also helps the debtors to remain sustainable. All of these services promote applying best practices and systems that have been tried and tested over many years.
We are results driven in our delivery - but people focussed in our approach. We go into the core of any business and create excellence by building relationships that strengthens the industry networks and challenges average performance. The CoreXalance team operates in unity and is driven to keep on doing it better every time.
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