Axela Technologies Inc, a specialized collections company servicing Community Associations, announced today the promotion of longtime industry expert Mitch Drimmer to President of Business Development. The appointment comes as the company exceeded 600% growth in 2019 under Drimmer’s leadership.
Miami, FL, December 20, 2019 (Newswire) – Axela Technologies, a specialized collections firm servicing the community association industry, has promoted Mitchell Drimmer to President of Business Development. This promotion was precipitated by strong growth in Axela’s collections division in 2019. In his new role, Drimmer will spearhead the formation of a national sales team as the company continues to enter new markets.
In his prior role as VP of Business Development, Drimmer worked with community associations and their management companies to introduce innovative strategies to collect delinquent maintenance fees. Under Drimmer’s watch in 2019, the company expanded operations, and grew its’ client base by over 600%. He has traveled nationwide, speaking at industry events and educating community association managers about the most effective ways to address the ever-present issue of delinquencies, solidifying his position as a thought-leader within the industry.
“Mitch has done a fantastic job getting the word out that there is a new and better way to recover delinquent fees,” says Martin Urruela, CEO of Axela. “He is committed to helping community associations and their managers adopt new technologies to better run their communities and businesses. Above all, Mitch is a fantastic communicator and teacher, and cares deeply about the success and well-being of the communities that we serve”.
Axela believes that legal action and foreclosure should be the measure of last resort when addressing association delinquencies. Through proprietary technologies that automate and streamline the process, Axela customers can escalate a unit to collections easier than ever to start seeing results immediately.
“In the United States, we have over 73 million people living in associations paying almost $100bn in annual assessments. A large percentage of which goes uncollected due to simple process inefficiencies,” states Drimmer. “Our mission at Axela is to ease the burden on managers and boards with the best collection solutions available in the market. It works; as evidenced by the fact that less than 5% of our collection files move to foreclosure. And did I mention we’ve never lost a customer?” quips Drimmer.
Drimmer has worked for Axela Technologies since early 2018, joining the company as the first business development executive. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from Hunter College in New York City, and has worked in the community association collections space since 2007.
About Axela Technologies
Axela Technologies is a collections firm that specializes in recovering delinquent assessments for the benefit of community associations. Axela reduces the cost of outreach and engagement by automating much of the standardized collections process, all while providing exceptional customer service. The company’s web-based platform is open to all stakeholders, including owners, managers, board members and attorneys, which promotes real-time transparency and unparalleled efficiency.