An account receivable organization, by the name IC Systems, was founded by Jack and Ruth Erickson in the year 1938 on the controlling principle of issuing clients ethical, honest services. IC Systems has gone through 3 generations of the Erickson family proprietorship over the following decades, and the managing guidelines on which the company was established still drives it.


The company has been a leader in innovation throughout the years in the industry of account receivable recovery. In 1968 the organization was the principal collection agency to swap their typewriters with computers in the United States. They manage to stay on top by following the most recent compliance and regulatory standards (TCPA, 501(r), CFPB, etc.) they use state-of-the-art collection devices for the preservation of their reputation as being one among the most secure agencies in the collection industry.


IC Systems has its headquarter on the outskirts of St. Paul, in Minnesota, their collections organization’s motivation has managed to remain the same since 1938 to date. They enhance financial outcomes for their clients and consumers, and by doing so, they pride themselves on issuing honest and ethical solutions. Their representatives are highly trained in the utilization of the most consumer-friendly and ethical practices, assisting in the maintaining of a relationship built with their customers. While at the same time providing their clients the outcome they require. Due to the use of ethical approach, IC Systems has been selected for three years in a row the BBB Torch Award for Ethics as a finalist in 2013, 2014 and 2015. The organization endeavors to be at the top, the most trusted supplier of receivable management services to authentic creditors.


IC Systems trusts in having a positive effect on the society, by both setting an example as well as by doing their part in giving back where possible. Their in-house charity association called Employee Charitable Help Organization (E.C.H.O.) established in 1981 and incorporated dedicated employees to assist their community. Some beneficiaries of IC Systems include the American Red Cross, Ronald McDonald House Charities, St. Jude Children’s Hospital Charities, White Bear Lake Food Shelf, American Cancer Society, ARMing Heroes, Special Olympics Wisconsin, Relay for Life and the Toys for Tots.