Integra financial benchmarking data
on private companies can now be purchased in a single report, thanks to a new business valuation
tool from MicroBilt.
Facts and figures for more than 4.5 million private businesses are stored on Integra's database, which culls information from private and public sources, such as the IRS, and gathers valuation and analytics data from 13 sales size ranges and more than 900 industries. The reports are available for purchase by credit card on MicroBilt's website, and are tailored for accounting and consulting firms, business owners, business valuation specialists and banks and finance firms. Customers who use MicroBilt's Integra benchmarking data
can access reports to get historical, enterprise-level data on income, revenue, officers' compensation, cash limits on growth, leverage and other factors to determine a company's financial stability and value. Benchmarking data can be useful for entrepreneurs who are trying to calculate their own business valuation or just want to see how they are performing in their markets. Checking a company's numbers against similarly sized competitors in the industry can reveal gaps in efficiency and help owners highlight long-term changes they can make to assure prosperity, writes Greg Brown for Work.com.