executive summary gives a quick overview of a business’ credit
areas can be identified, and then researched more thoroughly in the data
contained in the main body of the report. Below is a brief description
of each part of the Executive Summary:
of Business - Company's primary and secondary business categories
plus the date of incorporation.
Terms (DBT) - Dollar weighted average number of days past the
invoice date that business pays its bills.
DBT - A forecast of the expected days beyond terms for 60 days into
the future, based on historical credit trends.
- Compares the company's average DBT against the average DBT of other
businesses within the same industry, and the average DBT for all
based on current payment behavior - Indicates where the current DBT
falls in comparison to other US businesses.
payment guide - Includes, six month account balance range, highest
credit amount extended, industry payment comparison and payment trend
derogatory data - summarizes collected public record data and other
derogatory information, including; bankruptcies within the last nine
years, tax liens, UCC filings, reported collection amounts and write-off