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The payment study carried out in December 2018 except for Italy whose data are updated in the Q1 of 2019. CRIBIS analyzed the payment habits of 34 countries around the world presenting trends in the various geographic areas of reference.
The payments study published by CRIBIS in September 2019 shows that 34.9% of Italian companies pay on time. Whereas the payments exceeding 30 days of delay reach 11.5%.
CRIBIS has launched CRIBIS EXPORT! The tool’s aim is sustaining all phases of internationalization process: from self-assessment and potential market analysis up to monitoring of credit risk and operational consulting for export.
Every year the government incentives are provided over EUR 2billion: CRIBIS Radar has the aim of supporting SMEs to discover opportunities as outright grants, tax credits and tax bonuses.
According to a recent global analysis carried out by Dun & Bradstreet, business failures have taken hold despite growing economic challenges: in the Global Bankruptcy Report 49% of the countries recorded a decrease of bankruptcies in 2018 compared to the previous year despite economic uncertainties in the United States, China, Japan and the euro area.
CRIF will be one of the sponsors of the next ICTF's International Credit Professionals Symposium "Global Credit Management Excellence, Expert Perspectives and Best Practices".
CRIBIS X is the new platform dedicated to the Credit Managers’ world. Complete, easy, customizable and multichannel, CRIBIS X brings a new way to manage the commercial credit.
According to what emerged from the payment study developed by CRIBIS during June 2018, the number of firms that pay on time reached 36.7%, increasing by 0.8%. On the other hand, the invoices payed with a delay of over 30 days slightly decreased (10.7% during July 2018 against 11.1% during July 2017).
Dun & Bradstreet’s database has reached 300 million of companies! Updated over 5 million time a day, the information given by Dun & Bradstreet support companies’ growth and development all over the world.
Trend about bankruptcies keeps being positive for the Italian companies. The picture of the sector marked by CRIBIS during March 2018 across the analysis of Italian bankruptcies shows another decrease of this event in our country: during March 2018, 2,972 Italian companies brought to Court the books, against the 2,998 during the previous period and the 3,283 during last December.