Create business visibility - The D&B DUNS Number is a unique nine-digit identification code, which is used to reference single business entities, while linking corporate family groups together. The D&BDUNS Number is an internationally recognised common company identifier in EDI and global electronic commerce transactions, and is your link to a wealth of quality information products and services originating exclusively from D&B. D&B links the D&B DUNS Numbers of parents, subsidiaries, headquarters and branches of more than 86 million businesses around the world.
DUNS Brochure (341KB)
Request your DUNS number at www.dnb.com.au
Pinpoint the companies you should be talking to - All too often companies waste time, money and effort marketing their products to the wrong businesses. But Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Codes can help you focus your efforts in the right direction. Use SIC Codes to target the right markets for your products and services -and make the most of your marketing and sales efforts.
SIC Booklet (160KB)
Access SIC Code Reference Centre at www.imarketinc.com/sicfinder
Classify your Products & Services -The United Nations Standard Products and Services Code is a classification convention that is used to numerically identify products and services. It is an efficient, accurate and flexible classification system for achieving company-wide visibility of spend analysis, as well as enabling procurement to deliver on cost-effectiveness demands and allowing full exploitation of electronic commerce capabilities.
Access UNSPSC Reference Centre at www.unspsc.org
ANZSIC - Australian & New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification
The standard classification used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics and Statistics New Zealand to classify statistical units by industry in official statistics. The Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) has been developed for use in both countries for the production and analysis of industry statistics. It replaces the Australian Standard Industrial Classification (ASIC) and the New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (NZSIC) which have been in use for many years. For more information on ANZSIC or to search codes visit:
NAICS - North American Industry Classification System
Beginning in 1997, the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) was replaced by the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). This six digit code is a major revision that not only provides for newer industries, but also reorganises the categories on a production/process-oriented basis. This new, uniform, industry-wide classification system has been designed as the index for statistical reporting of all economic activities of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. For more information on NAICS or to search codes visit:
Dynamic Delinquency Score (DDS)
The Dynamic Delinquency Score, a compilation of financial, credit and demographic factors, is a statistically derived measure that assesses the probability of a firm paying its bills in a severely delinquent manner (90+day past terms) over the next 12 months. Benchmarked by individual industry segment, the DDS tells you how the company measures up to other businesses in D&B's database.
Dynamic Risk Score (DRS)
DRS functions as a fiscal crystal ball, evaluating the probability that a business will experience severe financial distress due to one of the following conditions: ceasing operations, owing money to creditors and insolvency. The DRS evaluates business stability and calculates the probability of default. This statistical analysis uses past behaviour to predict future performance - specifically that a business will experience severe financial distress within the next 12 months. D&B defines Financial Distress as Change of Control (eg Receiver Manager or Administrator appointed) or Forced Business Closure (eg Winding-Up Order, Insolvency or Liquidation).