MIAMI, FL– The Datamyne (TDM), a leading provider of international trade data, has announced enhanced technology offerings to its customers, as well as geographical transaction data that now includes the European Union and Mexico.
The company has released it latest update of TDM Vue, which has enhanced search and reporting capabilities, offering customers the ability to ‘drag and drop’ information within the database, thus giving them quicker and easier search and report-building capabilities.
TDM Vue is an online tool providing market intelligence and competitive advantages in viewing trade trends and market shifts in key international markets. The technology offers customers transaction-based and census data. The dynamic database is intuitive and easily downloaded into desktop applications, ensuring ease of use and versatility to its subscribers.
The newly announced availability of complete EU and Mexico data is in addition to information representing trade figures for North America, South America, Central America and Asia. The data is useful in tracking products, values and quantities, and in identifying buyers and sellers, and is current to within two days of a transaction.
Pablo Milburn, TDM’s Chief Executive Officer, said: “We are investing heavily in our technology and consistently working to expand and enhance our data offerings to a marketplace that needs the timeliness and accuracy we can guarantee. In addition, we are responding to our specific customer needs, and our ‘drag and drop’ technology is more evidence of our commitment to our market.”
He added: “These additions satisfy both of these criteria. When linked to our existing offerings, these additions clearly give The Datamyne the most robust suite of international trade data products available today.”
About The Datamyne
The Datamyne is a leading provider of international trade data mined from more than 90 million raw data records each year. Subscribers to The Datamyne use powerful, web-based, user-friendly technologies to identify, retrieve and customize timely, accurate data that is essential to their specific business needs. Headquartered in Miami, Fla., The Datamyne employs more than 125 trade data experts and offers detailed information for the United States, Latin America, Europe and Asia, obtained from government agencies.