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Routine - Periodic Surveys
CRF's strongest resources are our members and data contributors. In accordance with our mission, the Foundation routinely seeks input from the field of Credit and AR professionals on a variety of subjects related to Performance and Best Practices in the administration of credit and receivables management. Surveys are routinely performed addressing timely and relevant issues, trends and data meaningful to today's credit and receivable professionals.
CRF's NEW Compensation Tool for Credit and AR Administration
Paying people fairly is good for business. Underpay, and employees will eventually look for a better offer. Overpay, and the payroll budget and profitability will suffer. That's why companies use market data to research the value of their jobs.
To View a short video of using the calculator, click here.
To participate in our Compensation Study, please go here:
CRF Benchmarking - a Statistical Tool and View of your organization
Let CRF transform your qualitative data into numeric values in a quantitative analysis format.
The Credit Research Foundation's Statistical Benchmarking links important credit and A/R management, workload, transaction and cost data among companies; and, portrays a comparative analysis by industry in table format for a multitude of metrics. This CRF report is recognized as the most comprehensive data for the business credit and accounts receivable management profession.
CRF's Statistical Benchmarking provides an excellent tool for credit, collections, and accounts receivable executives to develop and implement an accurate performance measuring process. CRF has been the leader in statistical benchmarking for the credit, A/R and related tasks for over a decade. We are currently on a data drive to accumulate current statistical data.
CRF National Summary of Domestic Trade Receivables -
Over the years CRF has developed and standardized numerous measures dealing with the quality of a businesses accounts receivable. However, collection productivity is the first measure to gauge how productive the effort is given the wherewithal available to perform the collection function. We have defined collection productivity as the measure of the efficiency with which a company's sales are collected, given the resources, human and technological, to perform the task.