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The D&B Rating provides a quick and clear indication of the credit-worthiness of an organization, which helps you to identify profitable opportunities for growth, and risks that could affect bad debt and cash flow. It is a multi-dimensional risk assessment tool that is comprised of two parts, the Financial Strength Indicator and the Risk Indicator.
D&B PAYDEX Score
The PAYDEX Score is Dun & Bradstreet's unique dollar-weighted numerical indicator of how a business paid its bills over the past year, based on trade experiences reported by various vendors. The PAYDEX Score ranges from 1 to 100, with higher scores indicating better payment performance.
D&B Viability Rating
The D&B Viability Rating is an analytic tool that offers a comprehensive assessment of whether a company will still be in business in 12 months. The Viability Rating combines:
- a Viability Score
- a Portfolio Comparison
- a Data Depth Indicator
- a Company Profile Rating
D&B Commercial Credit Score
The D&B Commercial Credit Score predicts the likelihood of a business paying its bills in a severely delinquent manner (91 days or more past terms), obtaining legal relief from its creditors, or ceasing operations without paying all creditors in full over the next 12 months.
D&B Delinquency Predictor Risk Class
The D&B Delinquency Predictor Risk Class gives you the ability to segment new and existing accounts into various risk classifications to determine which credit policy to use when processing.
Experian's Days Beyond Terms (DBT)
Experian's Days Beyond Terms is a dollar-weighted average number of days beyond the due date that a business pays its bills, based on trade lines that have been updated in the previous 3 months. DBT represents the number of days past the terms given; for example, a DBT of 5 means that a customer is paying, on average, 5 days after the due date.
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