The Credit Research Foundation reports that up to 15% of all invoices are subject to chargebacks, and a 2011 report by Javelin Strategy & Research for LexisNexis reveals online companies pay $2.
What does CRF stand for?
CRF stands for Credit Research Foundation
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com)-- In keeping with its longstanding commitment to industry education, commercial receivable management firm and platinum partner of the Credit Research Foundation, ABC-Amega Inc.
According to a February survey of more than 1,000 corporate credit managers by the Credit Research Foundation (CRF), 78% have witnessed a slowdown in business-to-business customer payments.
A June 2006 Consumer Credit Research Foundation survey of military enlisted personnel in and around the nation's military bases found that 13 percent had used a payday loan in the last 12 months.
businesses by the Credit Research Foundation clearly demonstrates the financial strain that businesses are under.
in Marketing from American University and a NACM under Credit Research Foundations in Credit and Finance Management from Stanford University.
The data collection for the study was funded by a grant from Consumer Credit Research Foundation, which did not participate in the analysis of the data or the drafting of the study.
Companies invest significant time and capital, managing lost receivables, up to $118,000 annually per credit and collection employee according to The Credit Research Foundation.