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A new behind-the-scenes credit service
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Jim Moody from CSA
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LBM Journal: Are you ready for growth?
A better approach to collections
Learn how to develop a better approach to collections by assessing the true risk of not getting paid and understanding the relative profitability (or lack thereof) of each customer.
Your Credit Manager and BlueTarp
Credit managers who work with BlueTarp are supported with cutting-edge web tools and professional staff. They have easy access to information, expertise and technology, making their jobs easier.
Case Study: CNRG
Case Study: GNH Lumber
Strong Financials and Selling Your Business: Published in LBM Journal
Smart credit and collection processes makes your company more attractive to potential owners. Having your financials in order helps ensure a more profitable sale. Start by addressing three key aspects
Simple changes to improve your cash flow
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Making Credit Policies that Reduce Risk and Encourage Growth
Learn steps you can take with your credit program to turn a potential weakness into a competitive advantage that protects and bolsters your bottom line.
Does credit make you vulnerable? Published by CSA
Jim Moody, President of CSA, discusses partnering with BlueTarp to increase your cash flow and protect yourself from credit risk.
LBM Journal: Are You Ready for Growth?
Bill Lee provides tips to capitalize on the growing housing market now that the housing crash is behind us. He explores methods raise the capital your company needs and ensure strong, steady cash flow
Trust But Verify: ProSales Letter to the Editor
Loss-mitigation techniques are helpful, but do not address the most important form of protection: determining who is actually a good credit risk and who is still a bad bet.
Protect Yourself From the Four Most Disruptive Credit Risks