Credit2B, the world’s leading web-based trade credit community of industry-focused suppliers and financial services companies sharing real-time payment experiences from common customers, made a significant upgrade to its technology infrastructure, which will allow for faster processing of larger amounts of data and analysis for its approximately 1,300 clients in a wide range of industries.
“Our upgraded server software provides enhanced diagnostics for system optimization and our expanded server capacity for processing larger amounts of data. Credit2B’s new dedicated cloud servers are highly secure and extremely scalable to meet the growing needs of the business,” said
“Over the past 18 months, our product and technology teams worked tirelessly to enhance the core Credit2B product, launch it mid-year 2013, and then migrated our clients onto the system,” commented
The company has been on an aggressive innovation schedule, rolling out major releases of the new product over the last six months. Credit2B expects to release four major enhancements to the platform through 2014, including a range of smart tools, international data and mobile capabilities. Recent news in Credit Today provides additional insight on how this platform is making a positive impact on Credit2B’s community of users.
Using patent-pending technology, Credit2B is a platform that empowers organizations and their credit teams to seamlessly exchange trade credit data and share experiences on commons customers in real time. Built as a scalable, cloud-based application, Credit2B today delivers remarkably high quality and timely credit information, including fully-integrated and detailed public filing and business credit bureau data. Credit2B is simple to join, create peer and data connections and access huge amounts of information on common customers through a high-fidelity experience. For more information about Credit2B’s data insight and credit intelligence, contact
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