About

Accounts Receivable Solutions Founded in Melbourne in 2002 and in New Zealand in 1998 to help small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) get paid without stress and without upsetting customers.

Our local outsource debtor management service means we act like a member of your staff without being on your payroll – and this can be from as little as $70 per week. So apart from paying you sooner, your customers are usually unaware of our involvement and all monies go directly to you. We don’t do factoring, just stop your need for it!

Our systems were developed from UK and US models and are uniquely customised for Australia. We have accounts software to service you effectively, improve efficiencies and lower your costs. As you know, getting paid and maintaining sound customer relations is not easy so see our services to find out how you can get paid painlessly.

Adrian Stead
Adrian Stead
B.Bus (Econ), B.A., Grad.Dip.EdAdrian is the Managing Director of Accounts Receivable Solutions (ARS) in Western Australia. For twelve years prior to establishing ARS in Perth he was Commercial Manager for a manufacturing company based in WA. Amongst the duties of his senior role was the management of the accounts receivable function and that experience has benefitted many clients of ARS.
Adrian also has extensive senior management experience in the banking and finance sectors in both Australia and UK. He is also a qualified teacher.
Robin Rainbow
Robin Rainbow
F.F.A (UK), B.Sc (B.Admin)Robin is the founder of ARS. He has extensive business experience on four continents as a corporate CEO and as a UN Development Programme business and industrial development consultant.
His career has involved him in journalism and as an accountant before he moved into commerce as a financial controller, finance director and then CEO.
He also has extensive business, restructuring and trade development experience.
Robin is author of ‘Get Paid Painlessly’, a B2B credit control book, whilst further publications, ‘Get Paid’ and ‘Start Your Own Business’ go to print in 2010.