192business launches its redeveloped people and business finding solution, 192 Trace, this week with the aim of transforming the way organisations are able to locate and investigate individuals & businesses.
The new tracing technology enables users to investigate a huge range of expanded datasets more intuitively with a user-friendly interface that allows the user to interrogate and investigate results and specify how they want to view search results.
The new datasets added to the 192 Trace service deliver over a quarter of a billion new records including the Electoral Roll back to 1997; the Insolvency Register; Mortality databases; Directory Enquiries data; the Births, Deaths & Marriages register back to 1984; Land Registry house sale price data ; Director & Shareholder reports (both active and inactive) and business databases from Dun & Bradstreet, Market Location, Local data Company, UK registered sole traders data and 192business own ‘spider’ web data.
As part of the development programme for the new 192 Trace solution, 192business organised strategic client review forums with existing clients including local councils, DCA’s, bailiffs, central government departments, solicitors and utilities firms. The result was that the debt recovery industry was able to specify tools, data and technology that they thought the industry was currently lacking.
“In the last five years we have redefined and led the identity verification industry. Based on feedback from our existing clients, such as debt recovery agencies, bailiffs , utilities, insurers and government departments, we’ve now applied our advanced search technology and design expertise to launch our new Trace and people-finding solution” said Grant Greenwood, product director at 192business.
“Research from the Credit Services Association shows that Credit Services Association Members were referred some £20 Billion pounds worth of debt in 2009, representing in excess of 20 million individual debt cases and a staggering 15 million traces were carried out last year using the latest in trace technology. Our new people-finding technology, 192 Trace will facilitate a quicker and easier search experience while allowing further investigation and analysis of matched records.”
192business are currently offering a free trial to companies interested in the product. For more information and to request a free trial email email@example.com, visit www.192business.com/trace or call 020 7909 2192.
Notes to Editors
192 Trace product update highlights include:
New search logic and search options:
- Search for people and businesses using the same form using age range, phonetic, partial, radius, occupation and alias searching
- Customise search options and which databases to search
- Reference box and transaction log to track and save all searches
New result display options:
- Customisable results function
- List and table results display with sort and filter features
- Tabbed searching - capacity to keep multiple search strings open
- Function to export results for filing and analysing
New results details available:
- History of addresses, co-occupants and neighbours including a timeline analysis tool
- Results displayed in order of relevance according to data entered
- Click into results for more details and greater depth of information
- New details include residency, age, gender, nationality, property prices, and maps
192 Trace is ideal for:
For more information, please contact Katy Wilkins at 192business: