anscersX™ Combine Business Credit Report Data from Major Providers
Terrence A. McCraw, CCE, Greenheart Farms, Inc. reports, “Glad I found the new anscersX Credit Report! It’s a quick way to pull together independent credit data from multiple data sources. All in a single search. It’s priced right too!”
Get Social with CMA and our members!
Join our LinkedIn group, Like CMA on facebook and/or follow our twitter account to receive benefits from CMA’s social networking.
Be the first to know about breaking credit news and special offers from CMA.
What’s the result of combining trade data from 40 NACM locations?
7 million tradelines and one strong report – the NACM National Trade Credit Report.
CMA Members receive 15 FREE NACM reports per year! The report is available on anscers.com.
Webinars, seminars, classes and networking events.
CMA has a wide variety of educational and networking events available to all Credit Professionals.
You do not need to be a CMA Member to attend, but members do receive discounted pricing.
What is CMA?
Credit Management Association® (CMA) is a non-profit association that has served business to-business companies since 1883. CMA™ helps credit, collection, and financial decision-makers get the information and support they need to make fast, accurate credit decisions. In addition, CMA assists insolvent companies with workouts or liquidation through cost effective alternatives to bankruptcy.
As one of the largest affiliates of the National Association of Credit Management (NACM), CMA delivers a variety of services to large and small companies across the full spectrum of the business credit economy.
CMA Credit Confidence Score
The Q4 2013 Credit Confidence Score drops sharply from our highest ever score in Q3 of 7.65 out of 10. Download the Q4 2013 results: credconf_q3q42013. Each quarter CMA surveys its’ members about their payment experiences and payment confidence for the next quarter.
The Credit Confidence Score represents the level of confidence our members have in their customers’ ability to pay in the next quarter. The scale is 1 to 10 with 10 being the highest level of confidence. See how it trends over time – click here.