Insight 2 Report – Scores Big

Access To Two Credit Bureaus Is Better Than Just One  The New Insight2 Credit Report is Now Available More often, we are seeing the advantages of having access to information from multiple credit bureaus becoming very important. When you are making difficult credit...

Win a trip to Conference!

PRESS RESTART ON YOUR ENGAGEMENT… NACM Connect is planning to return to live conferences this fall in St. Louis, Chicago, and Columbus. The Chicago conference will be a hybrid conference. We will meet in person, but there will be a virtual component for those...

Letters of Credit in a Digital Age

Michael Miller, Managing Editor, NACM Credit professionals have many tools at their disposal. These tools range from information and knowledge to something that can be physically held in their hands. The benefit of learning something new about a potential customer...

Cyber Security Awareness Training is A Must in 2020

Andrew Michaels, Editorial Associate, NACM The events of 2020 are bringing former concerns to light as businesses shift the way they conduct operations. The 2020 Travelers Risk Index revealed broad economic uncertainty as the top concern among businesses this year,...

Turning Into Leaders

Andrew Michaels, Editorial Associate, NACM Anyone can be a leader with the right combination of perseverance and determination. Yet, on their journey to acquire the leadership mindset and skills, most credit professionals are following the guidance of those who are...

Extending Terms During COVID-19 Pandemic

Michael Miller, Managing Editor, NACM The sudden outbreak of COVID-19 in the U.S. caused many businesses and individuals to fall on hard times, closing up shop, losing income and the death of loved ones. The government stepped in to assist those financially impacted...

Payments During COVID-19

By Andrew Michaels, Editorial Associate, NACM  We live in strange times. A viral pandemic has swept the globe. The Pentagon has released video of UFOs. The world’s largest hornet species has invaded the U.S. What sounds like a poorly written Stephen King novel...