HealthMarks are currently being rolled out across our client base. For more information, please contact your Account Manager or Client Service Manager.
An instantaneous and comprehensive measure of business viability.
Today’s global supply chains are so complex that financial distress or bankruptcy for even one small supplier can lead to supply chain disruption or worse yet, have a ripple effect throughout the industry. Too often, risk managers are faced with competing priorities for financial assessment - prioritize analysis accuracy and quality for confidence in the insight derived OR prioritize accessibility to and immediacy of information to help support business priorities? With HealthMark, there’s no need to choose!
HealthMark provides comprehensive coverage of virtually any counterparty, with scores available on over 100 million entities. Using the same risk level categories of the Financial Health Rating, HealthMark scores present an immediate first-pass view of business viability for initial diligence and help prioritize the right relationships for deeper analysis.
HealthMarks make risk insight immediately available to support time sensitive workflows
- Comprehensive coverage for virtually any vendor, supplier or third-party partner
- Immediate access to support time-sensitive workflows
- Ability to prioritize the right relationships for deeper analysis
- Same universal risk framework as the FHR
HealthMarks make risk insight immediately available to support time sensitive workflows, enabling more effective risk management when source validated financial data is unavailable. Our proprietary and deep financial health dataset overcomes inferior data to accurately differentiate between higher and lower risk. The HealthMark score is calibrated to predict the risk level that would be identified through an analysis with full financial data.
The primary inputs for HealthMark are available financial data, trade payment data, firmographic data and insights we can draw from our private company FHR database.
Need to know more? Our HealthMark Methodology article might be of interest.