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Take acceptable risks - business information services

Non-payment risk prevention begins with gathering relevant and up-to-date information on buyers and their environment. The analysis of this information helps with decision-making. Distinguishing a good customer from a potentially bad one can be especially difficult for companies selling internationally.
 
COFACE’S RESPONSE TO YOUR NEEDS: Business Information Services
In the context of risk management, we rely on a powerful global business information gathering and analysis network, enhanced by members of the “Coface Partner” network, who feed our databases in real time. The information gathered and analysed is reproduced in several forms: reports, a summary indicator of single and global risk levels and various risk-taking recommendation tools. With our credit risk assessment services, you can manage your sales development efforts optimally.
 
In Central Europe, this global line of services is complemented by an extensive range of business information products aimed at companies that lack credit insurance. Being the market leader in business information in CEE, we can rely on our own researchers for taking the right decision. 105 info producers and 100 collection officers are serving our clients - supported by a Coface scoring model that was tailor-made for Emerging Europe.
Take acceptable risks
Insights from a Coface expert in CEE
A Czech automotive supplier purchases precision parts from a number of Slovak SMEs for the new hybrid injection engines of a leading auto manufacturer. Any failure on the part of its suppliers would jeopardise this key contract for its business.
 
Coface provides the automotive supplier with summarised and straightforward information on each of its suppliers, prepared by Coface’s experts in the form of reports that are updated several times each year.
 
On the strength of this information, the automotive supplier decides to review its portfolio of three suppliers. It agrees to higher volumes with two of them and scales back its contract with the third. According to the Coface report, the latter’s equity capital would have made it difficult to implement the capital expenditure needed in this sector in order to move up to the next technological level.

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