Tested and proven, our basic predictors, scores and ratings are easy to add to existing workflows to make an immediate impact on the quality of your decisions whether you're in marketing, risk or managing your supply chain. Quick Guide to Canadian Predictive Analytics
The D&B Canada Viability Rating is a risk management tool and a multi-dimensional rating that delivers a highly insightful and reliable assessment of a company's future viability based on both predictive and descriptive components. Predictive components predict the likelihood that a company will go out of business, become inactive, or file for bankruptcy over the next 12 months. The descriptive components provide an indication of the amount of predictive data available to make a reliable risk assessment, as well as insight into the age and size of business. The Viability Rating uses the combined power of D&B's database of information on businesses including business activity signals, detailed commercial payment experiences that capture month-to-month trends, public filing, demographic, and financial information to classify public and private companies into a 1-9 score scale where 1 is the lowest risk and 9 is the highest.
Use to assess business health and viability or find the weak links in your supply chain.
An innovative solution designed to help you get an earlier picture of business risk or opportunity in ways that traditional assessments cannot provide. Advanced analytics are cutting through all the data that flows through D&B to transform 'digital smoke signals' into early warnings of possible future business behavior.
For example, a combination of material change events like an increase in spend, new site openings, and addition of new credit lines may be predictive of a business that is poised for growth and about to increase its buying power. This foresight will help clients anticipate behavior and place them ahead of the competition.
Segment ID is available on approximately 22M US businesses. Scale is A-J indicating which of the following segments a companies is in: early sign of decay, decreasing demand, increase in borrowing, increase in scale, increase in demand, leverage for growth, organic growth, reduction in scale, spend growth, stable.