Dun & Bradstreet Launches New Data Platform; Provides Free Data to Government to Tackle COVID-19

“We recognize that communities are managing through unprecedented circumstances. Our team of data scientists are lending their skills and analytics capabilities to help organizations across public and private sectors as they face the economic downturn resulting from this global pandemic,” said Stephen C. Daffron, President of Dun & Bradstreet. “We are all in this Situs Poker Online and consider it our duty as a trusted advisor to find ways to use our insights and mission-critical data and analytics to help businesses manage risk and turn uncertainty of the moment into confidence in the future.”

Dun & Bradstreet is actively supporting governments and communities through these challenging times and using its insights and resources to help power business recovery efforts around the world.

Data for Decisioning

Businesses need data to inform mission-critical decisions and to address this need, Dun & Bradstreet launched a complimentary COVID-19 Business Impact Research Platform. The Platform provides data, analytics and insights to help government agencies and officials determine the full impact of the virus on their communities to:

Plan risk mitigation and recovery initiatives

Prioritize emergency management and economic support for the industries, businesses, and communities with the most pressing needs
Determine workforce disruptions and supply chain risks
The COVID-19 Business Impact Research Platform is built on Dun & Bradstreet’s Data Cloud, containing comprehensive global information on more than 355 million businesses. The Platform is available to U.S. federal, state, and local government agencies, as well as members of Congress and their staffs. The Platform is also expected to be launched in Canada and the U.K.
The Firm also joined forces with several U.S. federal, local and state government agencies, including the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the National Economic Council at the White House, and the U.S. Small Business Administration to provide the essential data and insights needed to inform the development and distribution of CARES Act funding, and the process for economic recovery.