Even the smallest pieces of data are valuable. Information which may seem insignificant at first sight may become a key point for making a decision. That’s why we don’t take the same path as big players; we have chosen our own.
Datapo collects and updates billions of business-related records in many different countries.
To provide the maximum result, Datapo has separated the received data into types. The first type is property, the second type is contract, and the third type is trademark... We store all historical data for each type. This enables you to analyze the history of the company thoroughly and predict its possible future actions.
|Acquisitions||Acquisitions of some companies by others|
|Aircrafts||Airplanes and helicopters owned or operated by companies|
|Authorized capital||Company’s authorized capital|
|Balance sheet||Balance sheets that companies submit to reporting bodies|
|Bank accounts||Company bank account details|
|Bankruptcy||Company bankruptcy procedures|
|Campaign Financing||Political campaign financing|
|Complaints||Complaints about companies sent to regulatory authorities|
|Contacts||Company contact details|
|Contract awards||Goods and / or service supply contracts signed as a result of tenders|
|Debts||Debts of companies to other companies, private individuals, or government entities|
|Documents||Company related documents|
|Domains||Domain names owned or managed by companies|
|Events||Actions and events occurring with companies|
|General Contracts||Goods and / or services supply contracts|
|General Transactions||One-time payments for goods and / or services made by companies|
|Grants||Grants received by companies|
|Identifiers||Registration numbers of companies in accounting departments and other organizations|
|Inspections||Inspections carried out by government authorities in relation to companies|
|Legal data||Basic company registration information|
|License applications||License applications|
|Licenses||Licenses obtained by companies or related to them|
|Liquidation||Company liquidation procedures|
|Loans||Loans received or issued by companies|
|Mergers||Mergers of companies with other companies|
|Motor vehicles||Cars, trucks, and ground vehicles owned or operated by companies|
|Patent applications||Patent applications|
|Patents||Patents owned by or related to companies|
|Permit applications||Applications for permits|
|Permits||Permits obtained by or related to companies|
|Pledges||A company’s pledges and pledged property|
|Property||Residential and commercial property owned or operated by companies|
|Registers||Lists and registries in which companies are included|
|Representatives||Individuals and legal entities related to companies|
|Sanctions||Sanctions applied to companies|
|Taxes||Taxes accrued on and paid by companies which are published by tax authorities|
|Trademark applications||Trademark applications|
|Trademarks||Trademarks owned by or related to companies|
|Watercrafts||Ships, yacht, and boats owned or operated by companies|
We understand how important it is to have trustworthy information because important business decisions are created from its basis. This is the reason we decided to collect information solely from sources that can be trusted where there is a minimal chance of mistakes and edits.
In the modern world, companies do business in many different countries, which means that it is extremely difficult to get all of the information about them, so it is crucial to see the whole picture in order to make the right decision.
For example, the company “Sample” is registered in the US, but they do almost all of their business internationally. For this reason, there is almost no information about them in the national registries. At the same time, this company is included in Brazil’s list of undesirable companies. It also has a registered trademark in France, as well as operating an aircraft in Australia , while currently negotiating a contract with the government of South Africa, etc. Datapo cannot tell you everything about this company, but it will inform you about a great deal of it.
The frequency of data updating depends on the type of data and the jurisdiction in which the data is located. This interval may vary from one day to one year (for example, financial statements in most jurisdictions are published only once a year).
We understand how important it is to get updated information as soon as possible; therefore, we do our best to reduce the minimum time for updating data in all directions.