InfoPrompt, the UK's leading Internet-based provider of instantaneous company financial reports and data, has further enhanced its extensive portfolio of services by offering data on Irish companies, including annual company accounts, annual returns, certificates of change of name, directors and registered offices. By extending the geographical reach of its service,
www.infoprompt.com is seeking to make its service even more attractive to
any user requiring instant company and unincorporated body information at
the lowest price.
The new service gives the Site a unique advantage over competitors, by supplying up to the minute details on businesses registered in Northern Ireland and Eire. The data available is particularly useful for detailed analysis of risk assessment, court proceedings and insolvency details, where applicable. The Site also offers instant information on company structure and ownership, together with credit ratings and contract limits.
InfoPrompt can also deliver instant reports on director status, including contact details, other directorships, any resignations and insolvent company
involvement. All company returns and certificates available from the Site are actual copies of the original forms submitted to Companies House, and can be downloaded directly to users' desktops for printing in Adobe Acrobat pdf format.
As well as reports on companies of all sizes, InfoPrompt also delivers up to
date information on unincorporated bodies, including partnerships and sole traders. The details available include trading addresses, turnover and profit generated for the last three years. All company information is provided by a direct data feed from ICC, one of the UK's largest data service providers.
InfoPrompt users can pay for reports online, using a SecuraPAY powered secure credit card payment facility, without the need to sign up to potentially costly monthly accounts. This makes the InfoPrompt service ideal for use by small and medium sized organisations looking to obtain specific information on suppliers, customers and other potential debtors. Infoprompt makes it easy for these categories of creditor to make an informed decision on whether to grant credit and, if so, to what amount.
As well as single payments by credit card, the website also offers a pre-pay scheme, allowing more regular users to purchase credits, which can be used to download reports and data at any time, using a unique identification number.
According to Tony Butterfield, Business Development Manager for the InfoPrompt brand, this brand new development raises the company's capabilities even further above the competition. "By adding Irish reports to the extensive list of products already available, the website has distanced itself even further from other suppliers purporting to offer a similar service. This simple to use resource allows organisations of all sizes to access vital information on British and Irish based suppliers, debtors and even competitors," he said.
"The extensive reporting capabilities available on the Site give users comprehensive details on profit, turnover and financial strength, enabling them to decide on the levels of credit they extend, or even whether it is worth doing business in the first place. Because users only pay for the reports they need, InfoPrompt is ideal for companies and unincorporated traders that need instant information without the hassle of setting up a credit account," Butterfield added.