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Financial & Credit Risks
Financial risks strike at the heart of a business, starving it of resources and hampering cash flow. Financial risk can appear in many forms – from customers who fail to pay for their purchases, suppliers who fail to ship inventory, and even the company’s own business strategy, if risky decisions are made. Learn about financial and credit risks and how data enables companies to more accurately assess the threat posed by other businesses.
A warehouse burns down, a trusted supplier goes out of business, or roads are washed away in a flood - each of these scenarios represents an operational risk. Read about the diverse threats facing businesses and how risk managers try and protect companies from long-term disruptions. Learn why business data has a crucial part to play in operational risk management.
Enterprise Risk Management
Businesses must take steps to protect themselves from serious risks on multiple fronts. Financial risks threaten liquidity while operational failures can bring business to a halt. While new technologies expose companies to cyber threats, traditional labor concerns still pose challenges. Finally, expanding compliance requirements have increased the regulatory burden. Explore the 3 types of business risks below.
Supply Chain Management
Supply chain management is a multifaceted discipline that must take many concerns into account. Businesses identify and onboard vendors, mitigate supply chain risks, and monitor performance. Software can help procurement officers assemble and analyze information on vendors with an eye towards preventing supply chain disruptions. Learn more about supply chain management in the content below.