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Business intelligence (BI) leverages software and services to transform data into actionable insights that inform an organization's strategic and tactical business decisions. BI tools access and analyze data sets and present analytical findings in reports, summaries, dashboards, graphs, charts, and maps to provide users with detailed intelligence about the state of the business. Many organizations use business intelligence technologies to drive their businesses forward. The key is to deploy solutions that users can leverage to answer key questions on their own in context with their specific business roles
Datarama is the one-stop source for hard-to-find information and risk analysis. It combines advanced technology with human analysis to provide a complete business intelligence solution, making due diligence, and deal identification cheaper and faster. The company's award-winning RegTech platform combines advanced technology with human analysis to streamline the traditional risk-consulting model, making compliance checks at a faster phase. Datarama specializes in providing information on private companies and provides an assessment on the reputations of Asia's businesspeople, explore their vast corporate and political networks and gather the intelligence that is required for their clients to conduct due diligence and identify investment opportunities.
Datarama's solutions for next-gen businesses
It is the next-generation business intelligence platform to understand risks and discover opportunities. The growing dataset currently includes over 6 million entities and relationships across 74 countries which are presented in their unique mapping tool. It mines thousands of sources to reveal ultimate beneficiary ownership, commercial links, significant relationships as well as business development opportunities with stunning interactive simplicity.
Datarama's clients use their platform to:
The firm helps private bankers and asset managers to identify high-net-worth individuals, research the source of their wealth and find ways to approach them. Wealth Finder is a unique business development tool for private bankers and wealth managers to identify, approach and onboard new potential clients. With the use of advanced technology, Datarama's unique data protocol has identified over 50,000 wealthy individuals in APAC. This number does not include those named on the standard lists such as the Forbes list and Hurun rich list.
Datarama's Wealth Finder can be used to:
Using Datarama's network of sources, the firm conducts discreet on-the-ground inquiries to answer clients' most sensitive questions. Datarama has become the trusted advisor for leading financial institutions including some of the world's largest banks, private equity funds, asset managers and MNCs.
Through its tried and trusted network of on-the-ground industry and expert sources, as well as sources close to government and law enforcement, they service complex and bespoke intelligence gathering assignments.
They have a successful track record in Asia for supporting their Client's plans with the following services:
It furnishes next-generation software solutions to address large volume onboarding and KYC regulatory requirements. Datarama's unique collaborative platform is designed to organize and streamline the workflow of legal & compliance teams regardless of the size of your organization. It coordinates tasks between internal teams, data providers and external consultants and allows senior management to easily keep track of progress and costs associated with each account.
What does it do?
The visionary leader:Raphael Bouzy
Raphael Bouzy is the Co-Founder and also serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Datarama. He leads a team that is developing a game-changing tool for due diligence, KYC, business development and relationship management in emerging markets. Raphael's professional career is split between the four cornerstones of Datarama: Data, Rating, Mapping, and Consulting. He started his career in London with the LSE-listed financial publication group Euromoney, where he was exposed to both the editorial and business development process of various products of the company. Having identified a gap in the market, Raphael left Control Risks and started Datarama
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