Credit tradelines are lines of credit usually extended to a person. The available amount depends on their credit score and previous payment history. Business tradeline credit is pretty much the same thing, but instead of extending a line of credit to a person, it’s extended to a business. Many companies rely on credit to build the foundation of their business. A company’s credit history isn’t used for buying homes or renting vehicles, but it is used for building relationships with other companies, clients, and creditors in the future. The company’s credit profile lets others know how much they trust each other. The profile is a gauge of the businesses’ reliability. Creditors will use it to determine if they should loan the business money or credit. Other businesses will use it to decide if they should conduct business with another. If you own a business and are looking to extend your reach, then you need to use business credit to do that. It’s an important part of long-term business ownership and it will have a huge impact on how your business is viewed by others.