Funding Options, the marketplace for business finance, has partnered with predictive company intelligence platform, DueDil, to simplify its customer journey and speed up finance applications. The DueDil Funding Options partnership aims to improve financing outcomes for customers by improving the fit between customer and lender and speeding up the application process.
Metro Bank deploys DueDil’s predictive company intelligence platform as part of the Bank’s new straight-through business current account online application, providing a speedier account opening process, with quick-search functionality and auto-populated company information to save SMEs valuable time.
DueDil Co-founder and CEO, Justin Fitzpatrick, debunks the myth of the data-driven driven organisation. He shares some of the reasons why data isn’t as central to business decision-making as businesses may think, and what SMEs can do about it.
Based on DueDil company data, LSEG identifies some of the fastest growing and most dynamic SMEs across the UK. The report examines in detail the opportunities and challenges facing SMEs and looks at the sectors and trends that will shape the future of the UK economy.
The report takes a look at the oncoming tide of sales tech, the ever-blurring lines between sales and marketing, and the rising importance of Sales Operations.
DueDil plans to use the £3.5 million Growth Capital facility from Shawbrook to support its growth plans as they continue to partner with businesses in the UK, Ireland and Europe.
DueDil has created a database detailing over 20 years of financial data, including 15 million director relationships – which the CFI.co judging panel cites as a powerful tool to meet regulatory requirements and protect business interests. Congratulations to DueDil, the 2018 winner of the Best Identity Management RegTech (Europe) award.
DueDil has been recognised on the RegTech 100 list for the 2nd year running as one of the world's most innovative RegTech companies.
Karl Flinders captures how Santander UK and Hokodo are embracing digital transformation by leveraging technology and data to transform their customer journey.
Augmentum has also invested £2m as part of a Series C financing of up to £8m in London-based DueDil, which is building a complete source of information on private companies and the people behind them.
BOURNEMOUTH has eclipsed major cities including London to become the second fastest growing area for start-ups in the UK. The town saw a 20 per cent year-on-year increase in new businesses in the first quarter of 2018.
The gender pay gaps detailed by British companies in recent months surprised almost no one — men are paid more than women, often by a wide margin, at the vast majority of businesses.
Analysis conducted by company information platform, DueDil, has revealed that just 13 per cent of women currently hold directorships in top UK companies that fall outside the Gender Pay Gap reporting threshold.
DueDil, the company information platform, today launches the Free Account, which will provide businesses across the UK access to the most comprehensive company information on the market at no cost. The move to offer free access to its platform brings the company one step closer to realising its vision of fuelling a more informed and connected economy.
DueDil, the company information platform, has today set another milestone with the launch of a self-serve API portal, with access to a free API trial key for businesses to develop and test applications that can help their business increase data accuracy and improve process efficiency.
Britain's start-up revolution is stalling, with the number of businesses created last year falling for the first time in almost a decade. There were 5.5 per cent fewer start-ups in 2017 compared with 2016, according to research by DueDil, a financial analysis company.
Why is it that a holidaymaker can go online and get insurance for a trip in minutes, but a small business owner must wait days or even weeks when seeking a simple credit facility for their company?
As startups scale and grow, there comes a crucial time to ask: do you expand abroad? There are obvious benefits to overseas expansion, not least growing your customer base. However there are pitfalls too. So how you do you make sure to avoid them?