Dun & Bradstreet’s Supplier Risk Manager provides the information and tools to monitor your suppliers so you can stay on top of their ability to deliver. It will alert you to unanticipated financial, environmental and political risk – before it impacts your business.
Toshiba Medical Systems Europe chose Dun & Bradstreet to make it easy to put in place an online credit management system, to centrally manage risk assessment across an extended customer portfolio. It may be a straightforward task in home markets, but for heavily regulated organisations that rely on huge dealer networks in far flung territories, it’s another story.
Our latest UK Quarterly Report provides you with valuable insight from D&B’s expert analysts. It offers an objective overview of key trends, industry failure rates and payment information taken from our extensive data and analysis of the UK trading universe and beyond.
The Dun and Bradstreet Regulatory Compliance Landscape Infographic shows hallmarks of an effective compliance programme and the solutions to help support it.
Case Studies | Reports
Read this case study to see our predictive scores in action and how they provide you with early warning signs of a change to a company's financial situation.
Tyco uses Dun & Bradstreet's Decision-Making tool to dramatically streamline its credit management processes.
Acquiring a new customer has never been easy, but the process. In fact the probability of selling to a new prospect is only 5% to 20%.
Only 5% of all organisations implement their business strategies successfully. Remembering the three "R's" research, relevance, and reliability can help in execution.
The odds against a start-up’s success are long. 60% of start-ups only survive up to three years. Explore five ways to keep a start-up from failing.
Today’s companies face a very pressing dilemma: how to deepen their benches without breaking the bank. Fortunately, 21st century business tools enable companies to maintain a strong marketing presence and competitive business strategy without making a sizeable dent in their wallets.