In business, managing credit and assessing the financial stability of other companies is paramount to safeguarding your own interests. Here are five crucial aspects to consider when choosing a credit monitoring service or for your business.
Business collapses in Australia have surged past pre-pandemic numbers over the past month, highlighting the need for companies to check the credit risk of potential trading partners. Here’s how to protect your business by monitoring your clients’ credit risks.
Payments can be complex for construction businesses, especially when contractors, suppliers, and subcontractors are involved. These parties often have different payment terms and schedules, which can cause confusion and delays in payment processing. This is why the industry needs to prioritise digital payment solutions to eliminate payment friction.
In the world of business-to-business (B2B), it can be a challenge to manage late payments from customers. However, one proactive solution to minimise such occurrences is to assess the business creditworthiness of your customers based on their business credit score. In this article, we’ll explore a free option for checking business credit scores to help you get started.
B2B businesses face several challenges when collecting outstanding payments from delinquent customers. Developing a well-structured process, leveraging digitization, and upgrading your teams’ resources and capabilities can maximize recoveries and prevent bad debts. With an increased focus on debt management, companies can reduce high costs and lost income and enhance customer focus, customer engagement, resilience, and profits.
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