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Five reasons to integrate your accounting package with CreditorWatch

Five reasons to integrate your accounting package with CreditorWatch

Reading Time: 5 minutes Are you making the most out of your CreditorWatch subscription? By now, you already know how CreditorWatch strengthens your credit risk management processes. Here’s a tip to improve this further – integrate your Xero or MYOB accounting package with CreditorWatch. This integration enhances automation to increase speed and accuracy, empowering businesses to take a more […]

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How sole traders can use data to power their businesses

How sole traders can use data to power their businesses

Reading Time: 6 minutes Sole traders make up more than 60 per cent of Australian businesses. It is the simplest and cheapest business structure, with low start-up costs, no registration or annual fees and fewer reporting requirements. An individual owns the business and has full control over all its assets and decisions. If you’re a sole trader, securing cash […]

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The 3 Ps of preparation for small businesses: Part 1 – Processes

The 3 Ps of preparation for small businesses: Part 1 – Processes

Reading Time: 8 minutes In this challenging economic climate, it is more crucial than ever that businesses are well prepared for whatever impacts come their way. Our latest episode of Business Insights is the first in a three-part series on how SMEs can best prepare themselves for uncertainty using the 3 Ps of preparation: processes, policies and procedures, and […]

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Podcast: The Grasshopper effect: What is supplier hopping and how can you avoid it?

Podcast: The Grasshopper effect: What is supplier hopping and how can you avoid it?

Reading Time: 8 minutes In the latest episode of Business Insights we speak to CreditorWatch’s Victorian Sales Manager Hilbert Klaster about the practice of supplier hopping – the practice of moving from one supplier to another, leaving a trail of unpaid debts – why it is on the rise and how businesses can avoid being caught up in it. […]

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