KredX is now ISO 27001:2013 certified

Announcement: KredX Is Now ISO 27001:2013 Certified

Digital security is paramount in the business world because of the growing dependence on technology that the world has gone through. Information management becomes a task that has much importance for sustainable customer retention in today’s age. In today’s day and age where businesses often struggle to meet industry standards, certifications that vouch for standard…

The Five C's Of A Business's Credit Worthiness

The Five C’s Of Building A Business’s Creditworthiness

Most small business owners work hard to keep their businesses running smoothly by cutting corners, reducing unwanted expenses and making smart business move. But in all their hard work, most often they forget and undermine the importance of taking care of their business’s credit rating. Creditworthiness plays a big role when you need to look for financing options through business loans or alternative financing sources such as KredX’s invoice discounting services to support or grow your business. In simple terms, a business’s creditworthiness is a valuation performed by these lenders to determine if they are a good fit to be given money to and won’t default any debt. It usually takes factors such as repayment history and credit score into consideration.

Invoice Discounting vs. Business Loan

Invoice Discounting vs. Business Loans: A Quick Guide

Most businesses inevitably face a cash crunch or two during their lifespan. To tide over such lean periods, a business can opt for financing options available in the market, the most obvious of which is a business loan or alternative financing solutions such as invoice discounting. How is invoice discounting different from a business loan? What are the advantages of it over a regular business loan? Here’s how!

Bad Credit Affecting Business Loan Approvals? Worry Not!

Bad credit history bogging your business down? Sounds familiar, doesn’t it? Poor credit, be it personal or company, makes it that much harder for a business looking for a loan or any kind of funding. Banks scrutinise your credit history before approving your loan application. You may have had your reasons as to why you couldn’t pay up on time or messed up your payments. But to any lender, a person with a bad credit is high-risk, because it means either that you’ve not repaid on time or that you’ve seen harsh times. Fret not, all is not lost! There are a variety of alternative financing options which look into your operating history and business strength, and not just your credit history. Here, we introduce you to 5 viable financing options for businesses with bad credit.

The Surprising Reason Behind Most Business Loan Rejections

The Surprising Reason Behind Most Business Loan Rejections

As most of us are aware, a good credit record is of utmost importance. But did you know that it is important for small businesses too? Not only should all owners of the business maintain a good credit record, but every SME too needs to have a healthy credit rating from an authorised agency such as CRISIL. Most people keep delaying applying for a credit rating for their companies because they find the paperwork daunting. We’re here to help you with just that and break down the paperwork involved.