Credit Where Credit's Due - Building Trust through Data Transparency and Validation

Parson, Rupert; Fenech, Edward
September 2010
Credit Control;2010, Vol. 31 Issue 5/6, p59
Trade Publication
The article discusses the ways to build trust through data transparency and validation in credit management. It explores the fundamental component of a channel that establishes trust through automated extraction and validation of the accounting data. It emphasizes the need for primary reports that measure, monitor, and manage financial performance of businesses.


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