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CreditorWatch Launches New Feature to Simplify Registering Defaults

CreditorWatch Launches New Feature to Simplify Registering Defaults

CreditorWatch has launched a new and exciting system that detects overdue payments that clients can register against, with a single click.  Rather than spending valuable time searching your database to determine who is behind on payments, CreditorWatch makes this process easy and does the work for you. CreditorWatch clients are shown a list of potential […]

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Adverse Cross Directorships

Adverse Cross Directorships

CreditorWatch recently launched a new risk alert feature called Adverse Cross Directorships. What are cross directorships and why it is important to look out for them? What is a cross directorship? A cross directorship is the term used to define when the director of one company is also the director of another company or companies. […]

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CreditorWatch’s Newest Milestone

CreditorWatch’s Newest Milestone

Last year, CreditorWatch reached its milestone of 50,000+ customers. This year, we have reached another milestone: CreditorWatch is thrilled to announce that 10 Million Credit Reports have been sold since we began! Our journey has been 8 years in the making of helping our customers get paid. We’re helping more and more businesses across Australia […]

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Marketplace Lending Fills a Market Gap in Small Business Finance

Marketplace Lending Fills a Market Gap in Small Business Finance

The fundamentals are clear. Small business in Australia needs finance to grow and capture market opportunities. However, there are over 2.1 million small businesses in Australia with a potential $10 billion per annum growth-funding requirement, not being fulfilled by banks. Banks consider many SME borrowers a bankable risk but they generally lend based on real […]

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Why We Need Visual Influence & Clean Data

Why We Need Visual Influence & Clean Data

Clean data, displayed in a visually appealing way, is an easy and accurate way for business owners make quicker, informed decisions around risk. Visual influencing is a term that has recently been developed through the understanding of how best to communicate numbers and data through visuals and influence decision making. This is far more than […]

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12 Easy Skill Set Tips to Empower Small Business

12 Easy Skill Set Tips to Empower Small Business

Let’s face it. Running a small business can be exciting but hard work. You’ve implemented your big ideas and it’s working. However, you might not be in the position to be able to afford to hire extra staff yet. This means that many business essentials, like accounting and marketing, might have to be completed by […]

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What is a DataWash? 7 Reasons Why You Need One

What is a DataWash? 7 Reasons Why You Need One

CREDITORWATCH | 2 MIN READ In a world that seems to be moving faster every day, it might feel harder to find the time to manage your customer database and perform due diligence. However, the further you fall behind, the more at risk your business may become from bad debtors. For example, if a debtor has […]

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5 Benefits of Our Newest Product: Bankruptcy Plus

5 Benefits of Our Newest Product: Bankruptcy Plus

CREDITORWATCH | 3 MIN READ CreditorWatch has recently introduced a new product, Bankruptcy Plus, in light of customer feedback. Just how valuable is this new tool and is it worth adding on to your subscription?    Over two years in the making, Colin Porter, founder of CreditorWatch, has been lobbying Australian Financial Securities Authority (AFSA) to […]

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Xero and MYOB Integration with CreditorWatch

Xero and MYOB Integration with CreditorWatch

CREDITORWATCH | 2 MIN READ   Join Forces! Did you know you can unlock useful new subscription benefits by connecting your Xero or MYOB account with CreditorWatch?     Merging these accounting systems with CreditorWatch is a free service for subscribers that allows us to provide you with information to better protect your cash flow, including […]

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