Trade Data for the Government & Public Sector
Use Descartes Datamyne to assess needs, plan, and manage programs that implement policy, attract investment, support business formation, and encourage economic activity.
Market Intelligence for Transportation Infrastructure, Economic Growth, and Development Initiatives
Descartes Datamyne is a unique source for information that reveals the businesses, industry clusters, and economic hubs in the flow of commerce. Gathered from official Customs records and enhanced with the details of each transaction, our trade data identifies buying and selling companies, contents, volumes and values of shipments, locations, and types of facilities. Statistics can be scaled up or down, from zip codes to state, regional, or national levels.
Identify, Analyze & Vet Prospective Partners
Identify potential investors, entrepreneurs and business leaders who are already active in your area or would be a good match for your area resources or program incentives.
Map Your Area’s Economic Hubs and Networks
Datamyne has teamed with Esri to unlock ‘the power of where’ – you can see clearly where commercial activity is concentrated and where it is underdeveloped with Esri ArcGIS mapping of trade data.
Monitor Transportation Usage
Research historical and current commercial traffic to identify bottlenecks, alternatives, and the most beneficial infrastructure investments.
Plan for Optimum Outcomes
Use up-to-the-minute data to build programs that address on-the-ground conditions and forecasting models pointing to real opportunities.
Monitor changes in economic activity, assess impacts, fine-tune initiatives, and document solid returns on public investments.
Find Out How the World’s Largest Searchable Global Trade Database Works to Give the Government & The Public Sectors In-depth Business Insight
What Our Customers Say About Descartes Datamyne’s Global Trade Data
Our customers tell us that our online global import and export trade data solutions have helped them analyze supply and demand trends for their products, identify suppliers, generate sales leads, expand into new markets, strengthen supply chain resilience, monitor competitors’ cross-border activities, and more.
Port of Halifax
“The data on U.S. shipments is both comprehensive and timely, and we can react upon research results quickly. With so much competition, you must be fast. It’s difficult to imagine how we could have competed as effectively over the years without having quick access to such information.”