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Our cloud-based business intelligence software helps clients become data-driven, delivering results for FTSE 100 stalwarts and SMEs.
Detailed information on every UK company helps your sales team build a data-driven process, targeting your ideal customers and finding real-time sales opportunities.
Our AML checks provide peace of mind. We deliver full risk checking, enhanced due diligence and checks against international PEPs and sanctions databases.
Our unique financial health ratings accurately predict insolvency, helping you evaluate the risk posed by your customers and giving you time to mitigate it.
We help you build fast, efficient and effective systems, including onboarding, CRM management, customer monitoring and lead generation.
We love working closely with all our customers helping them integrate and use data in their businesses. Hear what some of them say.
" We use the search tool to identify businesses in specific geographic areas, with the right number of staff, the right turnover, and a low risk of non-payment. Now we have experienced the benefits of Red Flag Alert, we could not be without it. "
Mark Bryan, NSL Telecoms
" From a business development perspective, our brokers are benefiting greatly from the additional information that Red Flag Alert supplies – we’re able to zero in on ideal prospects and build effective marketing lists. "
Ben Robert-Shaw, Power Solutions UK
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Some businesses have prospered during the pandemic. However, even healthy companies must remain vigilant as the economic fallout could still affect them. In this article, we’ll take a look at which sectors have thrived under coronavirus and how you can use data to protect your business from falling victim to bad debt.
In late February the government announced its plans for lifting lockdown restrictions. This is good news. Vaccines are being rolled out, people will soon see friends and loved ones again, and the economy can gradually reopen. But while the health and social situations appear to be improving, coronavirus’s economic impact will only worsen.