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Industry Insights Quarter 3, 2019: Construction remains the worst performing industry but others catch up

Industry Insights Quarter 3, 2019: Construction remains the worst performing industry but others catch up

It is no surprise that Construction remained the worst industry for court actions in Quarter 3, 2019. However, other industries are showing signs of catching up. Construction remained the worst-performing industry in court actions in all states with the exception of Western Australia. Western Australia which saw retail trade as the worst-performing industry for court […]

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Small Business Risk Review Quarter 3, 2019: Topsy-turvy business conditions endure

Small Business Risk Review Quarter 3, 2019: Topsy-turvy business conditions endure

CreditorWatch’s Small Business Risk Review for Quarter 3, 2019 highlights a large increase in the value of court actions in Queensland, concerning change for Western Australia and an increase in insolvencies across Australia. Quarter 3, 2019 continued to highlight the unstable and uncertain economy that Australia has been experiencing this year.  As Australia remains on […]

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Case Study: Best in Class Origination Customer Experience with API Integration

Case Study: Best in Class Origination Customer Experience with API Integration

CreditorWatch API allows you to seamlessly and securely integrate our products directly into your ERP, CRM or third-party system. Paul Nayda, Chief Product Officer at GetCapital, shares his experience of using CreditorWatch API Integration for ASIC extracts. “Embedding data from ASIC in our origination process dynamically allows GetCapital to produce digital origination experiences that vastly […]

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The Plimsoll Line: Are you or your customers going under?

The Plimsoll Line: Are you or your customers going under?

Here’s a Fun Fact Who would have thought that a line marked around the hull of merchant ships could be such a lifesaver? In the late 19th century, Samuel Plimsoll, a merchant and shipping reformer, became increasingly concerned about the loss of life caused by the overloading of ships. He devised the Plimsoll line, a […]

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Small Business Late Payment Solutions Part 2: It’s time to embrace accessible technology

Small Business Late Payment Solutions Part 2: It’s time to embrace accessible technology

Recently, CreditorWatch caught up with Noel Tiufino (Managing Director) and Raj Saini (Partner) from MyAccounts and Angus Capel (Small Business Advocate) from Xero to have a discussion about late payments and what small businesses can do about them. Our chat was so insightful that we are bringing you the results with a two-part series. In […]

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Small Business Late Payment Solutions Part 1: Everyone needs to play their part

Small Business Late Payment Solutions Part 1: Everyone needs to play their part

Recently, Creditorwatch caught up with Noel Tiufino (Managing Partner) and Raj Saini (Partner) from MyAccounts and Angus Capel (Small Business Advocate) from Xero to have a discussion about late payments and what small businesses can do about them. Our chat was so insightful that we are bringing you the results with a two-part series. Late […]

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PPSR Logic wins CreditorWatch ABA100 Award in Business Technology Category

PPSR Logic wins CreditorWatch ABA100 Award in Business Technology Category

CreditorWatch has been recognised as an ABA100 Winner in The Australian Business Awards 2019 in the Business Technology category for PPSR Logic. “We are honoured to accept the 2019 ABA100 Award for Business Technology, in recognition of our innovative platform, PPSR Logic. Our customer-centric focus and dedication to innovation have helped us to produce a […]

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Court actions increased in FY2019 in comparison to FY2018

Court actions increased in FY2019 in comparison to FY2018

Court actions increased in FY2019 across all states, with the exception of WA, by 18% volume and 13% dollar amount. Victoria took the lead with the highest amount of court actions, followed by New South Wales. Victoria had the highest dollar amounts in July 2017 and April 2019. Western Australia had the least amount with […]

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