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NACM Business Credit Services
Benefits of Membership in NACM Business Credit ServicesNACM is here to help your business succeed by providing the tools necessary to protect one of your company's largest assets, your accounts receivable.NACM's role is to support, educate and assist those involved in the
day-to-day business of making credit decisions and collecting accounts receivable.
|NACM Business Credit Services is an advocate for business to business credit, specializing in the resources that commercial creditors need.
Not sure how to take your company to the next level? Let us show your company how to manage credit risk by matching your customers to the most appropriate and cost effective credit reports.
Industry trade groups help members understand their current marketplace conditions and customers.
|The NACM National Certification Program, local seminars and classes increase the value and abilities of your employees to work quickly, effectively and confidently.
We also have a full service collection department.
Whether you're a sole proprietor or a multibillion dollar company, members become more profitable by making more accurate and informed credit decisions and managing the risks of accounts receivable.
Join NACM today and make a positive impact on your bottom line.
Western Region Credit Conference
October 16 - 18, 2013
OUR GOAL...To enhance our Members' economic success by providing professional risk management tools and the finest credit related products, services, and education.
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News & Events
Jun 01 2013
June ICEL Chairleader's Article - 10 Email Etiquette Tips
Did you know that National Email Week is celebrated in the month of June? Email is becoming an increasingly dominant form of communication in the business world. And, since a whole week has been dedicated to honoring this technology, I thought we would look at 10 tips for improving email communication. 1. Subject Lines. It could be argued that subject lines are the most important part of an email. They are generally what convince a recipient to either open an email or ignore it. Subject lines should contain concise, descriptive information about the topic you are addressing - the meat of your email - and the action you would like the recipient to take. They should also be descriptive enough to allow the recipient to quickly find your email if he or she needs to refer back. Be specific and streamline your subject by using short words and eliminating unnecessary words. Consider using action verbs and dates and times when needed. And never leave the subject line blank. more...
Jun 01 2013
May ICEL Meeting Recap: Stop Being Bullied By Bad Customers
Nina Flurer, CCE, a regional credit manager with H&E Equipment Services, Inc. presented at the May ICEL meeting. She addressed the topic of how to stop being bullied by bad customers - a topic to which most all credit managers can relate. Ironically enough, the term bully can be abused (no pun intended). Just because someone engages in behavior that someone does not like or agree with, does not necessarily mean it is abusive. Nina encouraged attendees to incorporate the "reasonable person test." This test requires asking if most people would consider what the other person is saying or doing to be inappropriate or unacceptable. Once it has been determined that the actions of a customer are that of a bully, his or her actions will typically fall into one of two categories more...
Apr 01 2013
The Imperative Partnership
Why the sales driven organization must encourage partnership between sales and credit to succeed. The selling team of yesteryear would have a hard time getting along, or even understanding the business world of today. Things have changed such that a client's credit worthiness is just as, or even more important than, the gross revenue potential of that coveted client. In the old days when the "big sale" ruled all, we (the selling organization) kept the credit department quite busy cleaning up when one of those big sales turned into a big collection nightmare. more...