To make meaningful predictions, companies need to be across all the warning signals. The COVID-19 crisis has meant it has never been more prudent to keep your finger on the pulse on the broader payment patterns in Australia.

illion has been monitoring trade late payments for decades and can confidently call-out major inflection points and their possible ramifications. Trade late payments is a telling sign of things to come, and illion expect to see payments rising to GFC levels in the year ahead - about 25 days late.

Join illion’s CEO Simon Bligh for an update on the latest trends and current conditions. Simon leverages illion’s partnership with AlphaBeta to update you on activity credit professionals need to consider in order to make informed decisions.

Get the answers to the questions facing your business, understand the data and identify strategies to manage risk and maximise cashflow.


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Simon Bligh
Chief Executive Officer, illion


Simon is passionate about using data to create value for his customers.

Since joining illion in 2016 Simon has doubled revenue, trebled EBITDA, completed 7 acquisitions and led Credit Simple, illion’s digital marketplace, to over 1.6m customers.

Simon has worked in Australia and Europe in finance and commercial roles for over 20 years specialising in data, infrastructure and telecommunications