Data on Private and Public Businesses for Job Seekers, Business Owners, and the Academic Community
Conducting research on businesses has its challenges. Gathering information from multiple sources can be labor-intensive, and access may be limited for the everyday information seeker. Information on private companies can be particularly elusive. While a basic Internet search can return results, they may raise questions on accuracy, completeness and most importantly, relevance, for the need at hand.
Mergent has partnered with Dun & Bradstreet to offer Mergent IntellectTM to public and academic libraries. Mergent Intellect is a flexible web-based solution that offers library patrons access to a wide range of business data - private and public companies, U.S. and international based, industry news, facts and figures, executive contact information, industry profiles, and much more.
“We are pleased to combine Mergent's expertise in the reference marketplace with Dun & Bradstreet's leading global commercial Data Cloud that contains hundreds of millions of global company records. With Mergent Intellect, business owners, entrepreneurs, job seekers and the academic community have easy access to a comprehensive business reference tool for their information needs,” said Jonathan Worrall, CEO, Mergent.
Mergent Intellect’s flexible data solution combined with Dun & Bradstreet data helps patrons make informed decisions across a variety of research needs including:
- Business Owners – With access to Dun & Bradstreet’s information on companies local and global, business owners can mine company, contact, and census data to identify and learn about local surrounding businesses who may be good prospects, size up the competition, assess market expansion opportunities, and make connections with key executives.
- Job Seekers - Powered by a database of over 20 million employers in the U.S., over 400,000 in Canada, and over one million in Mexico, Mergent Intellect’s Job Search solution allows career seekers to identify the top ten industries that employ a specific occupation, identify employers in those industries, and find jobs with those employers.
- Academia – With multi-faceted advanced search capabilities and easy exporting to Microsoft® Excel, Word or Adobe Acrobat Reader®, students and professors can directly access global business information, Key Business Ratios, and First Research® in-depth industry reports to assist in their research.
Business information and research from Mergent with Dun & Bradstreet is conveniently available for users in subscribing public and academic libraries across the U.S. and Canada.