Access Clean Public Data for 46MM Companies from Orb Intelligence – Data Spotlight

We are excited to announce that Orb Intelligence is now live on the Demyst platform. Orb Intelligence has unparalleled experience gathering company data from over 20,000 government sources and combining the company data with algorithmic extraction of web information to build a comprehensive global database of company information. The Orb database contains over 46MM company records with detailed firmographics and web-sourced signals covering large, medium, and small companies, including young startups. Orb ensures high quality by collecting data directly from the original public sources, such as federal and local filings, and company websites.

Some of key Orb Intelligence attributes now available on the Demyst platform:

  • Company name plus all other known names (including different spellings and abbreviations)
  • Full company address
  • Website address
  • Revenue
  • Number of employees
  • Industry (SIC and NAICS code)
  • Phone number(s)
  • Website(s)
  • Email domain(s)
  • IP Addresses
  • Government ID(s)
  • Social network accounts (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Youtube, Google+)
  • Technologies installed
  • Business Categories (keywords weighted by relevance to the organization)

Excited? Get started here in the DemystData platform.

Adam Fisher

Adam Fisher

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