Our Subscribers Say...
I think Credit Today is fantastic. You cover many practical topics in the credit field that I use regularly. Just one recent example—a conversation on the ListServ about preferential payments—gave me tips that I used in an actual case. The specific information I picked up from this one discussion saved me $10,000, enough to cover my membership for many years!|
- Steve Savino
Manager of Credit & Collections, ASSA Abloy Americas Division, New Haven, CT
Credit Today's Resource Directory and their online e-mail forum (ListServ) provide information on almost any credit-related topic you can think of. It is a great way to exchange information with other credit professionals. As the saying goes, "You don't know what you don't know."
- Scott Goen,
Credit Manager, Big Lots Stores, Inc., Wholesale Division
"We've recently started using the ListServ tool within Credit Today. This is phenomenal and powerful forum for gaining immediate feedback, ideas, and suggestions, relative to any credit topic under the sun, all in a real-time e-mail format."
-Javier Vela, Senior Credit Manager, Global Credit Services, JDA Software Group Inc.
"Being a part of the Credit Today online community is like having the expertise of hundreds of credit managers at your fingertips. These credit execs are willing to help you solve topical business issues as they arise. In the current environment of ever increasing competing priorities which reduce our opportunities to meet peers out of the office face-to-face, this is the most valuable tool you can have on your desktop! It's important that we have a mechanism to reach out to our counterparts quickly to exchange knowledge as well as to stay on top of industry trends."
- Victoria Artis, Director of Customer Financial Services, Pfizer, Inc.
"Over the last 10 years I've seen Credit Today evolve from a monthly credit publication into a quality source of information and guidance for the B2B credit community. The website, with its user friendly form downloads, will take you from examples of new account credit applications to bankruptcy forms and everything in between.
The Credit Today ListServ has become the pre-eminent online forum, providing an opportunity for discussion and comments (and occasional humor) from an impressive list of credit professionals."
David Dungan, Director of Credit
Justin Brands, Inc. (A Berkshire Hathaway company)
Fort Worth, Texas
"There are numerous credit periodicals available to the credit professional today. How good is Credit Today? Is it relevant? I always have to read it late, or online because my credit analysts want to read it the minute it comes in. When my staff wants to read a publication before I have a chance to read it then something is working in that publication. We have cancelled our other subscriptions. When you have the best you do not need the rest."
Corporate Credit Manager-World Wide
Thales Navigation, Inc.
"The newsletter, coupled with the website and the ListServ, are to us, more valuable than any other credit publication, bar none. I try to use at least one article out of each newsletter for departmental training/discussion sessions."
D. Mark Constantine
Corporate Credit Mgr
Fulton Paper Company
"I love Credit Today and read every issue cover to cover. For me, the greatest perk of a subscription is ListServ. I believe Credit Today's ListServ members may be the most knowledgeable Credit brain trust in existence today. I have saved and categorized hundreds of contributions on a wide variety of topics which I refer to often. It's an easy and cost effective way to network and learn."
Doug M. Thomas
Kimberly-Clark Customer Financial Services
What the NEW 2007 Salary & Job Satisfaction Survey Covers . . .
The NEW 2007 Credit Today Salary & Job Satisfaction Survey is the most comprehensive salary survey ever conducted in the credit industry! We've continued to improve on our industry-leading survey. You'll receive valuable, detailed information available nowhere else on today's credit salaries. But it goes far deeper than simply salaries.
You'll find detailed salary data showing . . .
- Starting, mid-point, and high range for all major credit department positions
- Bonus practices: The positions that get them, and how much they are
- Pay and job satisfaction differences based on who you report to
- Salaries by line of business
- Salaries at public versus private companies
- Salaries based on specific job responsibilities
- Benefit practices, such as stock options, insurance, 401(K), cell phones, and many others
You'll also find exclusive data on how salaries relate to . . .
- Job titles
- Educational level
- A/R portfolios
- Sales levels
- Profit margins
- Staff size
- Business type
- Transaction volume
And valuable career guidance . . .
- Skills that lead to promotion of credit executives
- How top credit executives spend their time
- Top factors for judging credit exec job performance
- Factors associated with high and low job satisfaction
- Reasons for high and low staff turnover
Credit Today doesn't just give you the facts. After we mine the data, we refine it to show you what it all means. The survey is in an easy-to-understand format, with charts, graphs, and expert analysis. This powerful tool is a must have reference for all credit departments.
Download the Full Report Now
Members of this site can download the full 2007-2008 Salary & Job Satisfaction Survey by clicking here.
If you are not a Member yet, no problem.
You can have full access to the site within one minute from now. Click here to get started.