Red Flag Alert gives you detailed insights into your current or prospective supplier base. We aggregate the financial information of over 5 million businesses on a daily basis, giving you access to over 40 data fields. We enrich data by giving detailed financial health ratings to every business we track. These ratings are comprised of 142 indicators of financial health.
By using our business intelligence you will be able to make informed decisions on which suppliers to work with, speed up your procurement processes, and make your supplier on-boarding process easier.
This allows you to:
The benefits of having detailed, extensive, real-time and easy to track business intelligence are significant. Red Flag Alert is used by procurement teams across the UK, from SMEs through to large multinationals.
changes in data monthly
Different advanced search metrics to help you find and target the perfect suppliers
Business failures/closures monthly
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The latest data from financial risk and business intelligence firm Red Flag Alert shows there are now 135,760 companies in London at serious risk of failure.
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.
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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.