This product delivers the D&B data elements that are necessary to generate the FICO Small Business Scoring Service (SBSS) Origination Score, a consumer-commercial blended score. The D&B data elements included in this product are a mix of trade, firmographic, and public record, and the scoring packet is most often utilized within the Financial Services industry.
When requesting this D&B Direct product, a valid D-U-N-S Number for a company, a country code of "US" and the appropriate product code will be required. If this information is not available, refer to obtaining a company D-U-N-S Number for assistance. A trade up option exists to request data for the headquarters when the requested organization is a branch.
NOTE: The product code for Small Business Company & Owner Risk Profile is SBCRP. This product currently may not be included in the Monitoring process.
The following table is an alphabetical list of the unique items delivered in this data layer. Legend: [C] = may be included in a Custom Data product; [M] = may be referenced by the Monitoring process; [M+] = Monitored using an aggregate or attribute XPath.
NOTE: This product will return a set of standard elements (e.g. D-U-N-S Number, Organization Name, Trade Styles, Family Tree Role, Primary Address, Mailing Address, Telephone Number, Fax Number, et al.) along with the business elements listed. In addition, customers who compare the following table to the Data Primer should be advised of several intentional differences.
|Average High Credit Amount 24 Months||A monetary figure specifying the average high credit is determined by dividing the total dollar amount by the number of experiences in file for the last 24 months.||SOAP||REST|
|Bankruptcy Indicator||When 'true' indicates subject is involved in a bankruptcy.||SOAP||REST|
|Business Commentary Text||Text that records a brief statement of the subject company's assessment||SOAP||REST|
|Commercial Credit Class Score||A one digit number from 0 to 5 based on the information D&B's file. It indicates the risk of delinquent payments over the next 12 months.||SOAP||REST|
|Commercial Credit Raw Score||A numeric value that predicts the likelihood that the organization will pay its bills in a severely delinquent manner (90+ days overdue) over the next 12 months||SOAP||REST|
|Commercial Credit Score Class Description||Text that describes the credit risk numeric score. It is a translation of the risk of delinquency over the next 12 months.||SOAP||REST|
|Commercial Credit Score Date||The date on which the score was calculated.||SOAP||REST|
|Commercial Credit Score National Percentage||A number that identifies where this organization's Commercial Credit score falls relative to the scores of other businesses. As an example, if the percentile here is 10, it means that this organization's score is the same as or better than 10% of the busi||SOAP||REST|
|Commercial Credit Score Risk Incidence Percentage||A percentage specifying the likelihood that the organization will pay bills in a delinquent manner, seek legal relief from creditors, or cease operations without paying creditors in full. A low percentage indicates a high probability the business will be||SOAP||REST|
|Commercial Credit Score Risk Incidence Percentage Industry Median||The 50th percentile value for the commercial credit score for the subject's industry. A subject with a percentile score below this norm would be considered to be in the bottom 50% of all companies within this industry to face delinquency.||SOAP||REST|
|Composite Paydex Current 12 Months||A numeric average of the Paydex scores of the most recent 12 months. There must be at least 6 numeric Paydex scores in the past 12 month period for use in calculation of the composite Paydex.||SOAP||REST|
|Composite Paydex Prior 12 Months||A numeric average of the Paydex scores of the 12 months prior to the most recent 12 month period. There must be at least 6 numeric Paydex scores in the 12 month period for use in calculation of the composite Paydex.||SOAP||REST|
|Control Year||The date when the current owners took over this business.||SOAP||REST|
|D&B Paydex Score - 24 Months of Trade Experiences||A number recording the score that assesses the payment performance of a business. Based on the trade experiences obtained from its suppliers, the score corresponds to an average days beyond terms or within terms. Derived from a monetary-weighted average||SOAP||REST|
|D&B Rating||Text describing the estimated financial strength and composite credit appraisal assigned to the subject at the time of last update.||SOAP||REST|
|Days Beyond Terms Quantity||The number of days used in explaining the Paydex Score as to terms of meeting payment obligation. Example: 18 days beyond terms.||SOAP||REST|
|Do Not Confuse with Organization Name||Text recording a name which could be very similar to the name of the subject and is very likely to be mistakenly used as the name of the subject.||SOAP||REST|
|Employee Quantity (All Locations)||A number that defines how many people are directly engaged and paid by the organization to perform or support its business operations.||SOAP||REST|
|Employee Quantity (Headquarter Location)||A number that defines how many people are directly engaged and paid by the organization to perform or support its business operations at the subject's headquarter location.||SOAP||REST|
|Financial Condition Text||Text that provides an indication of the strength of the business finances.||SOAP||REST|
|Guarantee Rating Reason Text||Text that indicates that the parent company has pledged to honor its subsidiary.||SOAP||REST|
|Highest Credit Amount 24 Months||The greatest monetary figure owed to the supplier by the subject within the last 24 months.||SOAP||REST|
|Judgments Indicator||When 'true' indicates that there is judgment information recorded in the D&B database for this subject.||SOAP||REST|
|Lien Indicator||When 'true' indicates that there is lien information recorded in the D&B database for this subject irrespective of status.||SOAP||REST|
|Line of Business||Text that records the description of operations continued by a business.||SOAP||REST|
|Low Range Score for Commercial Credit Risk Incidence Raw Score||Text that records the low end number in a range for the Commercial Credit Raw Score. For example if the range were 240 - 280 than 240 would be the low range number.||SOAP||REST|
|Maximum Range Score for Commercial Credit Score Risk Incidence Raw Score||Text that records high Score for Incidence of Delinquent Payment.||SOAP||REST|
|Most Senior Principal Full Name||Text recording the name of the CEO Organization.||SOAP||REST|
|Most Senior Principal Position||Text recording the title of the primary executive.||SOAP||REST|
|Organization History Text||Text that indicates if D&B has any information that may reflect unfavorably on this organization, e.g. clear, incomplete, management and business.||SOAP||REST|
|Organization Out of Business Indicator||When 'true' indicates that this organization is no longer functional / trading. When 'false' indicates that this organization is functioning / trading.||SOAP||REST|
|Organization Start Year||The year when operations undertaken by the organization commenced.||SOAP||REST|
|Out of Business Indicator||Text that records the operating status of the business.||SOAP||REST|
|Overall Trend Text||Text that indicates the direction and profits.||SOAP||REST|
|Parent Bankruptcy Business Name||Text recording the name of the parent Organization, as reported in bankruptcy proceedings.||SOAP||REST|
|Parent Bankruptcy Chapter Conversion Date||The date the bankruptcy filing was converted from one chapter type to another by the parent Organization of the subject, as reported in bankruptcy proceedings.||SOAP||REST|
|Parent Bankruptcy Chapter Conversion Number||Bankruptcy chapter conversion filed by the parent Organization of the subject, as reported in bankruptcy proceedings.||SOAP||REST|
|Parent Bankruptcy Chapter Number||A number that identifies the Chapter of Bankruptcy Law under which the legal proceeding was filed for declaring the subject's inability to pay its creditors. For example, in the US 'Chapter 7' means Liquidation, 'Chapter 13' means Adjustment Of Debts Of An Individual With Regular Income. Note: The word Chapter" is simply a reference to a chapter number in the US Bankruptcy Code."||SOAP||REST|
|Parent Bankruptcy D-U-N-S Number||The D-U-N-S Number of the company specified as the parent Organization, as reported in bankruptcy proceedings.||SOAP||REST|
|Parent Bankruptcy Filing Date||The date the bankruptcy was filed by the parent Organization of the subject, as reported in bankruptcy proceedings.||SOAP||REST|
|Parent Bankruptcy Filing Type||The type of Bankruptcy filed by the parent Organization of the subject, as reported in bankruptcy proceedings.||SOAP||REST|
|Parent Bankruptcy Indicator||When 'true' indicates that the parent Organization of the subject has entered into bankruptcy.||SOAP||REST|
|Past Due Payment Experience Count||The number of payment experiences for which there is an indication of "PAST DUE".||SOAP||REST|
|Paydex Comment Text||Text that describes likelihood than an organization with this value of the Paydex score will pay their suppliers e.g. before terms, beyond terms, within terms.||SOAP||REST|
|Paydex Industry Norms Median Quartile Score||A numerical score denoting how timely payments are statistically-speaking at the point at which 50% of the organizations included in this industry norm have an equal or higher payment index score while the other 50% of organizations have an equal or lower||SOAP||REST|
|Paydex Score Industry Payment Behavior Comment||Text that describes likelihood than an organization with this value of the Paydex score will pay their suppliers e.g. before terms beyond terms within terms.||SOAP||REST|
|Paydex Score Industry Payment Behavior Days Quantity||The number of days used in explaining the Paydex Score as to terms of meeting payment obligation. Example: 18 days beyond terms.||SOAP||REST|
|Previous D&B Rating||Text describing the estimated financial strength and composite credit appraisal assigned to the subject at the time of last update.||SOAP||REST|
|Primary SIC Code||The code represents an activity in which the organization engages in. A business may have up to five activities in which it participates.||SOAP||REST|
|Public Filing Disclaimer Text||Text that records static statement regarding the Public Filing information D&B is providing in a product. This statement is intended to specify or delimit the scope of rights and obligations that may be exercised and enforced by parties in a legally-recog||SOAP||REST|
|Satisfactory Payment Experience Count||The number of payment experiences considered satisfactory. Satisfactory indicated by SATISFACTORY in Payment notes or an indication of Anticipated, Prompt, Discount or some combination of in the Payment Manner.||SOAP||REST|
|Secured Filings Indicator||When 'true' indicates that open secured filings such as secured charges, mortgages or equivalent exist in the D&B database.||SOAP||REST|
|Slow Payments Exist Indicator||When 'true' indicates that there information that slow payments have been recorded in the D&B database for this subject. When 'false' indicates that there is no information that slow payments have been recorded in the D&B database for this organization.||SOAP||REST|
|Special Event Date||The date when the special event took place.||SOAP||REST|
|Special Event Detail Text||Text that records a key event which may affect the subject including natural disasters, accidents, major business events, and societal events.||SOAP||REST|
|Suits Indicator||When 'true' indicates that there is suit information irrespective of its status (e.g. Open Closed) recorded in the D&B database for this subject. When 'false' indicates that there is no suit information irrespective of its status (e.g. Open Closed)||SOAP||REST|
|Total Amount Past Due||The monetary figure specifying the cumulative amount owed that is beyond terms for all the subject's accounts. Can repeat up to three times.||SOAP||REST|
|Total Equity Amount||The total value of share capital/stock originally invested by shareholders/stockholders plus any reserves which have arisen such as retained profits which are ploughed back into the firm. Also known as Net Worth.||SOAP||REST|
|Trade Data Unavailable Indicator||When 'true' indicates that there are no trade experiences in the D&B files for this business.||SOAP||REST|
|Trade Experience Count - 24 Month Paydex||The total number of trade payment experiences in the D&B database matched to this purchaser D-U-N-S, representing the total number of experiences used to calculate the Paydex from the past 24 months.||SOAP||REST|
|Trade Experience Count with Slow Payment Manner and Negative Comments||The total number of payment experiences with slow pay manner and negative comments. This number is derived from the number of "SLOW" plus the number of "NEGATIVE" minus the number of "SLOW/NEGATIVE".||SOAP||REST|
|Trade Experience Quantity Negative Comments||The total number of trade payment experiences in the D&B database matched to this purchaser D-U-N-S, representing the total number of experiences that have negative comment indicated in Payment Notes. Negative comments are: "Placed For Collection" or "Cre||SOAP||REST|
|Trade Experience Quantity with a High Credit Amount||The total number of trade payment experiences in the D&B database matched to this purchaser D-U-N-S, representing the total number of experiences where a High Credit Amount is present.||SOAP||REST|
|Trade Experience Quantity with High Credit Amount and Slow Payments||The total number of trade payment experiences in the D&B database matched to this purchaser D-U-N-S, representing the total number of experiences that have a both a High Credit Amount and a slow payment manner indicated.||SOAP||REST|
|Trade Explanation||Text that is intended to specify or delimit the scope of rights and obligations that may be exercised and enforced by parties in a legally-recognized relationship. Can repeat up to three times.||SOAP||REST|
*The links in this column provide the technical characteristics for the data field of the respective business element in the XML or JSON response.
The preceding list is not presented in the order, nor manner, in which the information is packaged and delivered via the D&B Direct API.
While data for a particular company may not contain values for all of the business elements, there may be items that are considered by D&B to be essential to yield the maximum benefit of a data layer. If any of these essential elements do not contain a value for a particular company, an error code will be returned, and your organization will not incur a usage credit for the request.
The Product Availability Lookup feature may be utilized to determine if this D&B Direct product is available for a given D-U-N-S Number.
The availability of certain scores delivered by this product may be limited due to a lack of sufficient company or industry specific data to perform the calculations.
FICO stands for Fair, Isaac and Company, and is a calculation that provides risk evaluation data on small businesses to the financial services industry. D&B information flows into SBSS scores to provide the customer with a fast, accurate and economical credit decision on small business accounts.
This product is only available for organizations domiciled in the United States. If the trade up option was selected, and the headquarters is domiciled in another country, an error may be returned depending on the scope of the particular database being accessed by the product request.
Access to this information is provided on a metered basis; and will require data layer entitlement prior to use in the production environment. A built-in feature exists to prevent duplicate billing when multiple requests with the same D-U-N-S Number and product code are submitted on the same calendar day (which is based on Eastern Standard Time [GMT-5]).
An option exists to retain the results from all successful requests for this product in a Product Request Archive, which may be retrieved without incurring additional usage charges.