Get Your Data Sorted.

Get Your Data Sorted.

December 1, 2022
Procurement

We collect tens of thousands of documents every day.

We visit more than 700 sources to collect this data.

That’s what our customers pay us for: the right data, in the right place at the right time, which means their customers can navigate the complex world of public procurement.

Getting the right data in the right place takes more effort than you think. Our teams run complex monitoring algorithms across every record. We check whether sources are working, but also whether they are producing less data than normal. We check whether critical fields are being populated and add vital information about each document.

Our rigour means we have good data in a common format, but it’s also an early warning system. When a critical service goes down or data goes missing, we can tell our clients as soon as it happens.

Our customers rely on us, they build their businesses, run public services and plan investments on our data. That’s why we go the extra mile for them.

If you’d like to know how you can help your customers navigate this complex world, get in touch.

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Mixing Politics & Procurement.

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January 10, 2023

How Government Procurement Data Can Help Export Agencies

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January 5, 2023

Government On Covid 19 Contracts

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January 3, 2023

Global Analysis: Less Is Less

Analysing 7.5 million tender documents published by governments around the world has revealed a worrying trend of publishers providing less data for...
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Using Data To Build A Supply Chain

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The Importance of Government Procurement Data for Export Agencies

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How Government Procurement Data Can Help Export Agencies.

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December 1, 2022

EU’s Ruling On Beneficial Ownership

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Hungary’s Procurement Milestones Not Met

The European Commission has recently presented an assessment under the  procedure to Hungary that we covered recently here. The Commission found that,...

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