Martin Raatz (51), Senior Key Account Manager at atriga since October 2019
Two years long Martin Raatz closely observed his employer before applying for a job. And he was deeply impressed by the continuous and organic growth of the pioneer in customer-friendly and digital receivables management from Langen, near Frankfurt. In October 2019, the native of Hamburg then signed his contract with atriga – and was able to book his first order just eight weeks later. His very conscious decision to choose a company with a future has proved to be a lucky choice for all those involved.
Martin Raatz, born in 1969, is a man with a great deal of experience: The state-certified business economist is very familiar with the mobile phone and telecommunications sector, having worked for Mannesmann Mobilfunk and Vodafone, among others. This was followed by 18 years in leading positions with direct reference to the debt collection and receivables management industry. Among other things, Raatz was an authorized signatory at one of the leading companies for business information, worked as managing director of marketing and sales for a well-known collection service provider and marketed a credit management software as managing partner. Most recently, he managed the major accounts of a solution provider for digital invoices.
But why his decision to join atriga? Raatz explains his reasons: “I now work with people who have developed a highly innovative and future-oriented technology platform based on many years of experience and in-depth expertise. And this platform will make atriga a long-term market leader in digital receivables management and beyond. Companies who want to benefit from this knowledge advantage simply have to talk to us!”
A company with real substance
Christoph Overmann, Head of Sales at atriga, is particularly pleased to welcome Martin Raatz on board: “If we can win over a seasoned manager and proven man of action with leadership experience – and also a BvCM-certified credit controller – then this is a clear sign for the entire industry: at atriga, the future of receivables management is being shaped in a company with substance, heart and hand.”