MicroBilt Corporation, a leader in risk management information for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), announced that its Integra Information division has begun offering historical benchmark data on private companies for years 1998-2007 in its popular 5-Year and 3-Year Industry Reports as well as its Quick Trend Report.
Integra maintains a database of more than 4.5 million private businesses. The information in the database is developed from 32 public and private sources –– including the IRS –– and provides detailed business valuation and analytic data from over 900 industries (SIC & NAICS), and 13 sales size ranges.
Integra benchmarking products allow MicroBilt’s customers to access reports with historical, company-level information on revenue, income, cash drivers, leverage, cash limits on growth and other key elements of assessing a company’s financial stability and value. Integra data can also analyze a company’s industry and peers on both a macro and peer-group basis.
Accountants, appraisers and commercial bankers rely on Integra to value and conduct due diligence on privately held businesses. The availability of historical data will make Integra even more valuable for business litigation, estate accounting and other modeling purposes.
Integra Information data and reports are used by some of the country’s largest, most prestigious banks and accounting firms. The products are specifically tailored for different users such as accounting and consulting firms; business valuation specialists, banks and finance firms; and business owners.
, an industry leader in risk management information for small and medium-sized enterprises, is a single source provider for credit bureau, collections, identity fraud prevention and screening data access and retrieval. MicroBilt is certified through and provides interfaces with the three national consumer credit bureaus, Equifax (NYSE: EFX), Experian (London Stock Exchange: EXPN) and TransUnion; and three commercial bureaus, D&B (NYSE: DNB), Experian (London Stock Exchange: EXPN) and Equifax Business (NYSE: EFX); as well as LexisNexis (London Stock Exchange: REL), Fidelity National (NYSE: FIS), Fair Isaac (NYSE: FIC), Acxiom (NASDQ (GS): ACXM), First Advantage (NASDQ: FADV) and ChoicePoint (NYSE: CPS). The company provides flexible data access to leading Consumer Reporting Agencies (CRAs) and a broad range of industries. It is an active member of the Consumer Data Industry Association (CDIA).