BoldData is the European market leader in providing custom made global business information. BoldData’s dataservices are based on the largest B-to-B database of any kind in the world, providing business information to more than 300 million companies in over 240 countries. Our database is a DDMA and GDPR compliant database which is continuously updated by thousands of sources such as the local Chamber of Commerces, European Union, Municipal Population Distribution Facility, Central Insolvency Register for receiverships and bankruptcies, Central Statistics Office, Market Reports, News and press releases, Publishers, Branch Organizations, Internet and deep web (Big Data). We also collect data from annual reports, telephone interviews, web research, Companies House and public filings /stock exchanges.
If you want grow your database it would be a time-consuming and not necessarily fruitful process to gather contact information manually. That’s why so many businesses are turning to BoldData to do this job for them. When you buy access to our Company database Netherlands provided by a vendor, the data will have been collected via one of the following:
Physical Data Collection of Company database Netherlands
Company database Netherlands is collected from events such as conferences, trade shows etc. You will often find feedback forms at these events, which also build up the Company database Netherlands as does information collected through physical surveys.
Public en open sources
Company database Netherlands can also be collected from government records, chamber of commerces, the companies’ revenue reports, company registries, magazine subscriptions, and similar records. While the information in these records and reports is very accurate, these sources need to be regularly updated. For instance, a company’s size or its revenue is going to change every year. Therefore, these changes need to be updated in the database as well.
Lead capture forms – Database Netherlands
The internet is one of our primary sources. Think of pop-ups which appear on landing pages or the page before a purchase. Users share their email or phone number in order to get access to something they are interested in. These credentials are then added to the lists of Company database Netherlands. Key benefit of this method is that it allows contact data to be collected automatically over a wide range of platforms and media.
Other online methods of data aggregation include offering free trials for software or services where users share their email address and other personal information to create an account. This information is then shared with us for data aggregation purposes.
Email campaigns also form a significant way of collecting data for our Company database Netherlands on an opt-in basis. There are also surveys where people share their data in order to be contacted in future.
Off course we only aggregate this type of data when the correct so called “opt-in”(permission) has been given by the data-subject.
Web Scraping & Social Media
With developments in technology like natural language processing (NLP) data aggregators are now enabled to scrape the whole of internet for data of their interest. Company database Netherlands is enriched trough social media like LinkedIn or directly scraping company websites and registries.
Once data is collected from these sources, the data is supplemented with data acquired from additional research. This research adds more depth to the already-collected data, and can tell us more about customer patterns and their buying behaviour.
Generally, collecting all of this user data demands too many resources for a single company. This is why data scraping and data sharing among data aggregators is better to outsourced to a data expert.
If you are a business that needs data but you do not have a data aggregation team, setting up one can incur huge investments in resources and time. Therefore, companies in need of database prefer buying it directly from a data expert, who can provide this exact data effortlessly. The result? You will saves money, time, and precious man-hours which can be directed elsewhere.