Do you recognise the man on the right? Long before he was named President of the United States, in an era when real business information was gathered on horseback and in carriages, as a credit reporter he contributed to our company’s legacy.
Today, within Altares-D&B, more than 80 data experts work in the various departments responsible for identifying sources, collecting, standardising, correcting and finally cross-referencing sources to guarantee you the most reliable and recent information.
Discover Altares-D&B’s global coverage per country, by volume of businesses (active and inactive) in the data base
ENTITIES WITH PAYDEX
The DUNS Number is a unique 9-digit code for companies worldwide. Issued by Dun & Bradstreet, it is your company’s digital business card to the outside world, but also a tool for structuring your own data.
The amount of data within companies is growing exponentially. By using our data and the unique coding of the DUNS number, you get a structured view of the information in your CRM systems, ERP systems or administration software.
The patented Process, DUNSRight™ is the key differentiator and guarantees compliance with international standards.
Altares collects, aggregates, analyses, enriches and structure data to make it “smart” and facilitate agile decision-making for the general and operational management of businesses.
The exclusive international indicator on payment behaviour
Altares offers 2 key indicators, the Paydex and the FPI (Frequency Payment Index) to evaluate the payment attitude of a company or a public organization, in order to help you in your decision making when entering into a relationship or pursuing it.
Altares has developed the Frequency Payment Indicators (FPI), reactive alerts that signal the first payment difficulties of a company.
The IPFs are composed of 2 indicators that precisely qualify the probability of late payment of a company towards its suppliers.
After filing for bankruptcy with the court, a company in financial difficulty is subject to :
Or a judgment of safeguard or legal redress; a period of observation opens during which the company will continue its activity to try to find a positive outcome (adoption of a plan) and thus avoid the conversion into liquidation.
Either an opening of judicial liquidation or an assignment plan (partial or total).
The Failure Score corresponds to a risk rate - the probability of entering into collective proceedings (Safeguard, receivership and judicial liquidation) over a twelve month period.
The DunTrade ® program is a factual observation of the payment reality in which the members of the D&B global network participate, through a proprietary late payment collection and analysis program.
The appetence score reflects the probability that a prospect is interested in the solutions you offer and will become a customer. It is based on the analysis of your portfolio (look alike) to determine more or less attractive profiles. It allows marketing teams to prioritize their campaign and sales people to prioritize their canvassing.
Our data collection covers corporate identity information, qualifying information and legal data.
Legal and juridical identity, legal category – share capital, activity, formation date, registration date, number of employees, number of establishments, telephone, fax, emails, guarantee links, statutory managers, beneficial owners, operational managers, balance sheets, collective procedures, legal announcements, payment experiences, etc.
The quality of the data in the ALTARES database is ensured by various checks and procedures:
The collection through to the distribution of information is a business in its own right.
Paydex anticipates your customers’ chance of default. Our partners use this index to establish better collection or business development strategies and thereby enable a predictive analysis of their customers’ default risk.
Optimise your collection strategies, improve your credit decisions and facilitate your business development with PPI
The 9-digit DUNS is issued by Dun & Bradstreet. This identifier is used to create a credit file, which is often necessary for companies in the context of their commercial partnerships, particularly to help them ensure the legal and financial verification of their customers and suppliers.
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