Some companies are well known to be awful payers.
Not necessarily on purpose. Usually, it is a question of process: too many necessary signatures, approvals, too many changes needed on the billing statement…
Of course, if a SME tried to do the same, its suppliers would soon panic, think it is in trouble, and stop delivering. However, most bad payers are usually large reputable companies. As a consequence, their suppliers bide their time and find other solutions — while, for…
Surveys are not an easy undertaking. Not for lack of answers, but for lack of questions.
Complexity seems to lie in numerical and statistical procedures. However, the best statistician will not get anything out of skewed or faulty data.
Why then are so many surveys so badly written ?
For instance :