It has purchased the assets of the provider of revenue cycle management software
- The acquisition will help Dun & Bradstreet identify new areas in which its commercial credit data and analytics provide value to clients
- Integrating coAction.com applications also helps Dun & Bradstreet make credit decisions, automate the collections process and enable timely payments, view balances and account statements.
- The move further reinforces the company's deep expertise in credit experience
What this means
Purchasing coAction assets will help Dun & Bradstreet bring to market a single receivables management solution that integrates credit, collections, payments and cash applications and hence allow finance departments to be more productive