Question: How does the viability score affect the Viability Rating™?
Answer: The viability score portion of the Viability Rating™ determines the probability that a company will cease business within the next 12 months as a comparison to all U.S. businesses in the Dun & Bradstreet database. Ceasing business includes the voluntary or involuntary close of business, becoming dormant or inactive, or filing for bankruptcy.
The viability score is a high-level score based on a scale of 1 to 9, 1 being the lowest probability of going out of business and 9 being the highest probability.
If you have questions regarding the viability score and it's affect on the Viability Rating™, you can contact one of our Credit Advisors by clicking on the "Submit a Request" tab from the menu bar above and filling out a request form.