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NACM Business Credit Services

Benefits of Membership in NACM Business Credit Services
NACM is here to help your business succeed by providing the tools necessary to protect one of your company's largest assets, your Accounts REceivable

Supporting and assisting businesses involved in making business-to-business credit decisions and collecting accounts receivable.

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.

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.


OUR GOAL...To enhance our Members' economic success by providing professional risk management tools and the finest credit related products, services, and education.

Provide excellent customer service
Value individual relationships
Focus on and support your needs
Be courteous and respectful
Promptly provide accurate information
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Feb 01 2019
Focus on Your Strengths in 2019
Let's face it, there are some things each of us just aren't cut out to do. I certainly don't have some of the talents that others I know possess. It is amazing how our culture places so much emphasis on improving our weaknesses when, at best, we will only be able to be adequate in those areas no matter how hard we try to improve them. From the time that we are young children to the time that we are making our way in the workplace, we are taught to spend more time and energy fixing our weaknesses rather than developing our strengths. All too often, our natural talents go untapped. However, we can take the time to discover our strengths and use them to our advantage rather than spend time improving upon our weaknesses. more...
Feb 01 2019
Unraveling Stressors: A Self-Care Reminder
A career in credit management and collections can sometimes be onerous and emotionally taxing. Expectations and performance goals are often set by outside forces. Credit managers may be at odds with customers, vendors, sales team members, management or legal teams. At any given time, on any given day, the actions of others can have an effect on me and my team. I would like to say that on most days, I can shrug off the negative and hurtful things people say to me as I do my job. However, taking a constant barrage of negativity can be taxing emotionally and mentally. More times than I like to admit, I take my work attitude home with me and let my work-life affect my home-life. more...
Feb 01 2019
It's Time to Evaluate Your Scorecard
As we start the New Year I often reflect on the prior year and take in all the past year's challenges, achievements and overall successes. One of the critical aspects of this process for me revolves around finding activities or decisions that I found happiness in and that ultimately help me find my highest level of achievement. The attempt is designed to move past the standard key performance indicators or the black and white delinquency numbers that we all strive to attain year to year. Those are important but the processes we follow and personal choices that lie underneath those metrics are more important. more...