D&B Global Exchange Programme

To improve cash flow, you need to identify prospects or existing growth opportunities within your portfolio while managing credit risk. That entails being able to predict how customers will pay. Participating in the Dun & Bradstreet Global Trade Exchange allows you to access credit risk data and payment insights for better decision-making and more profitable growth.

Unparalleled Payment Insight

Global Trade Programme membership gives access to a network of unrivalled payment insight from across your industry — locally and around the world. Being part of the world’s largest commercial trade data network can help you avoid risks of delayed payments. At no cost, your business can support the credit community by sharing your customer payment behaviours securely and confidentially.

Dynamic Data

Access a database that annually processes more than 2 billion trade experiences from 170 countries.

Payment Behaviours

Actionable and robust insights on the past payment behaviours of business clients as a sound predictor of future payment potential.

Intuitive Interactivity

This interactive platform showcases data in easy-to-read charts and graphs to visually display payment performance and benchmarking metrics.

Faster Payment Invoice Labels

Proprietary electronic labels can be placed on your invoices to "alert" customers that timely payments are appreciated and shared with Dun & Bradstreet.

How D&B Global Trade Exchange Works

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