Our own Pam Ogden penned an article for the current edition of CRF News highlighting the anatomy of a modern small business credit system.
Business credit monitoring has been a powerful tool for credit managers for years, but minimums have kept some companies out of the game. Now we have made account monitoring accessible and affordable to small businesses, enabling them to monitor as many or as few businesses they want at a low cost with no minimums.
We have a better solution that helps you optimize your new customer experience and start the relationship on the right foot.
Lately, more credit-issuing companies have been taking advantage of “pull-and-share” programs for getting credit reports on their customers. The government has been doing it for years, but now companies are joining in.
Small business owners: have you been turned down for credit? Starting and growing a business is tough. Getting credit to pay for needed materials, supplies, equipment, facilities and services can be made easier if you help yourself by building your credit profile.
Over our nearly three decades in the business credit industry, we’ve been asked countless times how small businesses can build their business credit. While there is no shortage of resources on the subject available to business owners, we would be remiss if we didn’t share our thoughts on how to establish and build business credit.