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Don’t fall behind: Improve your credit management through data and technology

Don’t fall behind: Improve your credit management through data and technology

Enhance the way you manage credit with CreditorWatch It’s unmistakable that we live in a digital age. So many of our processes are now automated and streamlined through innovative technology. Accounting, marketing, communication, databases and more are all digitalised now. However, many small businesses are still running processes the old school way. A Small Business Insights […]

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Legislation introduces Director Identification Numbers in push for modernising data

Legislation introduces Director Identification Numbers in push for modernising data

How will this change impact you? Legislation introduced in the House of Representatives on February 13 has the aim of modernising business data and introducing Director Identification Numbers (DINs). Currently, data is stored in various systems across different departments and agencies. As a result, registrants bare the inefficiency of a cost burden when meeting their […]

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PPSR Insights: The Latest AFSA Data

PPSR Insights: The Latest AFSA Data

Start 2019 with the latest AFSA data Welcome to January 2019, the anniversary of the 7-year PPSR registrations. Have you got your renewals sorted? If you need some further information to inspire you to get your registrations sorted or just want to scope out the statistics, AFSA has released the quarterly December 2018 PPSR stats. […]

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CreditorWatch Launches New Feature to Simplify Registering Defaults

CreditorWatch Launches New Feature to Simplify Registering Defaults

Detect 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 defaults and all they need to do is simply […]

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CreditorWatch Roundtable Recap

CreditorWatch Roundtable Recap

CreditorWatch recently held it’s 5th annual roundtables in Melbourne and Sydney. The roundtables are not in place to sell CreditorWatch, but rather to provide an opportunity for guests to connect, learn and have valuable discussions with industry colleagues and government representatives. The events began with an introduction from Colin Porter, Founder of CreditorWatch. Colin provided the […]

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Why developing risk awareness within your small to medium business is an absolute must

Why developing risk awareness within your small to medium business is an absolute must

Businesses must navigate a multitude of risks daily. While large companies tend to have dedicated “risk management” departments, which monitor threats to profitability, among SMBs, risk management often begins and ends with physical risks, including those posed by work health and safety hazards.  But what of the risk of competition, market conditions, cyber security breaches and emerging industry disrupters? SMBs can’t afford to take these risks for granted, […]

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How finance teams can fuel SMB innovation while safely navigating disruptive change

How finance teams can fuel SMB innovation while safely navigating disruptive change

Disruption has become ‘business as usual’ in many markets and, as such, it is necessary for entrepreneurs to adopt a disruptive mindset. Disruption is forcing business leaders to act quickly and decisively to remain relevant in their industry or to leverage new market opportunities. All change, regardless of what level it occurs at, is fundamentally disruptive to an […]

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Data dungeon: the small business case for making ANZSIC code information available

Data dungeon: the small business case for making ANZSIC code information available

Dynamic Business interview with Colin Porter, CreditorWatch. The Federal Government’s Public Data Policy Statement, released last December, flagged its commitment to make non-sensitive government data ‘open by default’, with the aim being to stimulate innovation and drive productivity improvements across all sectors of the economy. Nearly a year on, a slice of data with huge potential benefits […]

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Small business banking in the on-demand economy: Curtains on nine-to-five services

Small business banking in the on-demand economy: Curtains on nine-to-five services

In today’s always-on, always connected world, the swift and immediate provisioning of goods and services is no longer a nice-to-have, but an absolute necessity. Small business owners, just like consumers, are becoming far more empowered, connected and informed than ever thanks to the accessibility of information anytime, anywhere. The result? They enjoy almost infinite variety […]

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