Red Flag Alert is the perfect tool to optimise your MDM processes. We’re at the forefront of providing datasets which allow you to have one up-to-date and extensive master reference source for all the data you hold.
Our experience working with blue chip organisations across the UK means we understand the considerable challenge of building accurate, up-to-date and consistent datasets.
The Red Flag Alert database is perfectly placed to help you centralise and streamline your MDM processes. Plugging our API into your database will give you access to our up-to-date business intelligence. Using Red Flag Alert you can build protocols which ensure your information is updated, de-duped, and your CRM enriched.
Red Flag Alert’s data experts can integrate our business intelligence into your datasets in a way which best suits your business. Having access to our data means you can standardise information across your whole company, taking away the risks of human error, disparate datasets, as well as obsolete and incomplete information.
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Economic disruption caused by COVID‐19 will see unpaid business debt double to more than £8.6bn this year. According to The Insolvency Service over 17,000* companies went out of business in 2019, with analysis by financial risk firm Red Flag Alert showing this meant £4.3bn of invoices were written‐off.
In September this year supercar enthusiasts from around the world gathered at a quiet former monastery in Switzerland for a unique opportunity. Twenty-five supercars, including Ferraris, Maseratis and Lamborghinis were all up for auction – but what made this unusual was that they were all from a single collection.
There are 124,000 businesses across Greater London in significant financial distress, with almost all sectors being affected. Red Flag Alert data for Q3 2019 found that significant financial distress is increasingly prevalent throughout the capital, with 21 out of 22 sectors experiencing an increase.