If Christian Branbergen of the Groningen-based Dataprovider has anything to do with it, we’ll soon be able to do without the Commercial Register of the Chamber of Commerce. The businessman has just arrived back from Austin (USA), where he closed a deal with Dun & Bradstreet. Dataprovider now forms part of the Data Exchange of Dun & Bradstreet.
Dataprovider searches over 150 million domains a month for information. Dataprovider immediately notices if a company has changed its telephone number or address. The company’s database is therefore more up-to-date and complete than that of the Commercial Register of the Chamber of Commerce. The American Dun & Bradstreet, which provides its customers with financial information, is very interested in Dataprovider’s service.
Dataprovider has devoted a lot of money and energy to the system that tracks down online information. This makes it possible to search for highly specific information.
To be on the safe side Dun & Bradstreet asked the company to demonstrate its capabilities. Dataprovider passed the test with flying colors. No less than 98 percent of the search results were correct. According to the American company no other company has achieved such a good result in its search results test.
Source: Dagblad van het Noorden