About us

Founded in 2014, the team at Aryza made their way into the fintech scene with its unique SaaS solution for the debt recovery industry. We have since then continuously worked on enhancing our platform and strived to develop top quality products that can help our customers grow and scale.

Proudly based in Glasgow, we are a team of hard-working, creative guys with never-ending passion for creating great software solutions:



Software for the Debt Recovery Industry

Our fintech suite is a fully automated platform incorporating all the tools you need to run insolvency and debt management cases. Customer relationship management, automated documents, case administration, creditor communication, banking and cashiering automation, and much more – all within a compliant environment.

Our software is used by some of the largest firms in the UK and different businesses across the insolvency and debt recovery industry, including Introducers, Insolvency Practitioners (IPs) and Financial Advisors. Every month around 2,000 cases pass through our system and we have worked relentlessly to make the process for debtors and firms managing their cases as automated as possible.

You can upload document templates or make the most of Aryza’s extensive insolvency and debt management template library. Aryza comes loaded with up to date SIPs and compliant documentation for the effective management of Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVAs), Debt Management Plans (DMPs) and Trust Deeds.

We created an environment that lets your team thrive with collaborative and productivity enhancing tools to ensure every cases runs smoothly and efficiently.


Aryza Messenger

Instant messaging platform for ID verification, Credit Reports, Bank Statements & AML checks 

Aryza Messenger is a web-based instant messaging application that connects Aryza users and their clients to verify individuals’ ID, upload & exchange documents, pull Credit Reports, Bank Statements, DVLA checks and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) reports – all in one platform, within the click of a button.

The platform allows firms to communicate with ease with their customers through a fresh, user-friendly interface to assess individuals’ true affordability and verify outstanding debts instantly, in a fully-automated way. Aryza Messenger is a practical tool for insolvency firms, financial advisors and lenders – it helps to replace the traditionally inconvenient ways of credit searching, checking individuals’ affordability and credit worthiness for responsible lending.

With Aryza Messenger we have created a quick and reliable environment to speed up the process of analysing credit commitments for borrowing and qualifying debtors for Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVAs), Trust Deeds or Debt Management Plans (DMPs).



Messaging platform for marketing, sales & support

Ibby is the new platform developed by Aryza to offer businesses a fully-featured suite with modern messaging tools that can power marketing, sales and customer support.

Prime features include live chat to connect in real-time with visitors and customers, a conversations inbox integrating multiple communication channels (chat, email, SMS, Facebook Messenger) and automated sales and support modules.

The new software also includes powerful workflows for automating repetitive tasks and communication. With automations for tasking users too, the platform can help to enhance team productivity, boost sales, and improve customer support with real-time messaging and full context for every customer.


Fraser Hamilton, co-founder of Aryza, said: “we want to provide businesses with the opportunity to capitalise on new messaging solutions which can revolutionise the way businesses interact with and support their customers.


Ibby offers three plans to choose from to accommodate different sizes of business. Companies are able to sign up online for a 14-day trial to try the product’s full features for free.


  • Funding Stage Self-funded
  • Trading for 1-5 years
  • Employees 11-50
  • Sector Data/Analytics
  • Valuation N/A

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