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Predictive scoring is the process of using historical information to predict future outcomes. It involves identifying the risks inherent in a future decision by examining the relationship between historical information and the future event. In essence, it is an objective and statistically derived counterpart to subjective, intuitive assessments. The objective of a score is to report the risk involved in a given decision. Predictive Scoring allows you to rank order accounts based on the probability of an event occurring. Predictive Scoring represents a statistical probability, not a guarantee. Examples include the Risk of Late Payment Indicator in the Credit Evaluator Plus™ Report and the Commercial Credit and Financial Stress Score® in the Business Information Report™ Snapshot and Business Information Report™ On Demand reports.