CreditorWatch and trade credit insurance both protect businesses from the damaging impacts of bad debt. But what are their respective roles and how exactly do they work together? This article answers commonly asked questions and explains how CreditorWatch provides businesses with tools and data to strengthen their insurance decisions. How do CreditorWatch and trade credit […]
This is the second year CreditorWatch has published its Economic Insights: the Road Ahead report, which is an opportunity to reflect on the financial year that was and form a view on Australia‘s economic future and the factors that are likely to drive it. The report includes CreditorWatch CEO Patrick Coghlan’s view of the outlook […]
Analysing the ebb and flow of our economic recovery Stats that matter – comparing June’s Business Risk Review 2021 to May 2021 External administrations down 22.6% Court actions down 9% Payment defaults up 14.95% Credit enquiries down 2.3% The June 2021 CreditorWatch Business Risk Review is a reflection of the ups and downs playing out […]
It’s as easy as ABCDE On 1 July 2021, CreditorWatch launched Payment Rating – our latest product designed to shed light on slow-paying businesses. The new tool scans business-to-business transactions to measure the time it takes companies to pay their suppliers’ invoices. This gives CreditorWatch customers invaluable insight into their clients’ propensity to pay on […]
Businesses have accelerated their adoption of technology post pandemic. The CreditorWatch sales team explains why they should be cautious about over-reliance on automation.
The CreditorWatch Business Risk Review May results are in and might spell trouble for the fledgling COVID economic recovery.
On a sparkling Sydney day with gun barrel views of the harbour, a room of senior executives were treated to the insights of one of Australia’s most senior and insightful economists, ACCI’s Ross Lambie.
Meet Arun - our Engineering Team Lead and one of our brilliant developers that has helped create CreditorWatch's team culture from scratch.
We've teamed up with PPSR experts, the Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA) and Ledlin Lawyers, to refresh your knowledge on how to protect your business and security interests.
Paul Mead and Hilbert Klaster discuss how unfair preference claims work and how the PPSR protects your business from preferential payment clawback.