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What are the minimum system requirements for the DNBi Corporate?
  • Operating System Configurations: Windows XP, Vista, or 7
  • Internet Browsers: See below
  • Browser Settings: Default browser settings with cookies and JavaScript enabled, pop-up block disabled, network settings should allow access to https websites
  • Internet Connection: 256 Kbps
  • Memory: 1 GM RAM, 1 GB of free hard disk
  • Processor/CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • Flash player
  • Plug in Requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader v5.X
  • Screen Resolution: 1024*768
 
Browser support:
-Windows 2000 SP4: IE 6.x, Firefox 3.0x
-Windows XP SP2: IE 6.x, Firefox 3.0x
-Windows 2003 Server SP 1: IE 6.x, Firefox 3.0x
-Windows XP SP2: IE 6.x, IE 7.x, Firefox 3.0x
-Windows Vista: IE 6.x, IE 7.x, Firefox 3.0x
-Apple OSX: Safari 2.0.x, Firefox 3.0x
-Java 1.4.2 or above

Hardware - PC Specification
-Pentium Processor - 500 MHz (min) /1.0 GHz & above (recommended)
-Main Memory (RAM) - 256 Mb (min) /512 Mb & above (recommended) 
What are the different upgrade options?
Every DNBi Corporate subscription includes our core package of: Basic Credit Assessment, Top 10 Watch List, Summary Payment Data, Company News, Legal Filings, and Identity/Firmographics.  Our flexible upgrades give you the choice of two upgrade options to optimize your user experience:
  • Enhanced Analytics Upgrade- Predictive Insights
    • Predictive Scores – CCS, FSS
    • Credit Limit Recommendation
    • Monitoring/Alerts
  • Unlimited Upgrade
    • Access an unlimited number of unique DUNS numbers
Access unlimited refreshes of reports pulled
What are the components of a Risk Assessment?
The Risk Assessment has a summary page to highlight key insights within each risk section and a corresponding detailed page for a deeper dive of each risk section.  Both the summary and detailed pages include an overall risk assessment of the company conducted by Dun & Bradstreet and a panel for each of the scores, ratings and indices for you to conduct your own risk assessment.  The panels include the following the Viability Rating, Failure Score, Delinquency Score, PAYDEX (payment index) and D&B Rating.

Each number within the score, rating or index has a probability of the event occurring. One of the following risk levels will be assigned based on the probability of the event:

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The Summary section can be accessed from the left navigation and will automatically be displayed upon viewing a credit report.  The detailed Risk Assessment section can be accessed from the left navigation or from the top right Risk Assessment panel within the Summary section.   If the company is out of business then many of the sections will be suppressed as a score, rating or index cannot be calculated. 
What is a D-U-N-S Number?
This is a non-indicative, nine-digit number assigned to each business location identified in the D&B database as having a unique, separate, and distinct operation. Maintained solely by D&B, the D&B D-U-N-S (Data Universal Numbering System) Number is used by industries and organizations around the world as a global standard for business identification and tracking. You can use the D-U-N-S Number to easily identify companies using the Search function.

 
What is the DUNSRight® Process?
This is D&B's process of collecting, aggregating, editing, and verifying data from thousands of sources daily, so you can use the information to make profitable decisions for your business. 

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