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A company’s business credit is its perceived ability to make good on financial obligations according to the terms of its contracts. This is often expressed as a collection of scores and ratings found in a business’s credit file, which is part of a company’s Live Business Identity in the <a href="/content/dnb-us/en/home/about-us/data-cloud.html">Dun & Bradstreet Data Cloud</a>. A strong business credit file can help put your potential customers, lenders, and suppliers at ease, while poor scores and ratings may impact your ability to win contracts, result in higher interest rates on loans, and otherwise limit growth.
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A company’s business credit file, part of its Live Business Identity in the Dun & Bradstreet <a href="https://www.dnb.com/about-us/data-cloud.html">Data Cloud</a>, can help give banks and other lenders a clearer picture of a potential borrower’s financial standing. Businesses with strong credit scores and ratings are usually seen as presenting less risk than other companies. A business’s credit file may play a critical role in whether it can access the funds necessary for growth.