Electronic Business Databases
SUCCESS provides practical business information through subscription of electronic business databases. Computer stations at SUCCESS with free access to the following electronic business databases are open for use by SUCCESS Members and public members:
D&B Hoover's contains more than 285 million companies and 100 million contacts over 190 countries/places. The database includes basic company profiles, company histories and overviews, subsidiaries and branches, executives, products and services, competitors, and financial information, etc. In addition, users may further refine their search results by adding various filters, such as number of employees by range, company name, industry and location, etc.
Westlaw China is a bilingual Chinese legal database containing laws, regulations, court cases, model contracts, legal journals and legal glossary.
Kompass contains 5.1 million company profiles covering products, services and name of executives, as well as financial data and contact details over 65 countries/places. In addition, the database may be sorted by employees, company name, location, and turnover range, etc.
CECDB serves as a quick reference for SMEs to know the China market. The database contains information on nearly 160,000 Mainland enterprises at national scale or above across 96 business sectors, including company profiles, products, registered capital, number of employees, contact details, websites, etc.
IRPR provides economic, political and commercial information of 132 economies including most of the ASEAN member states and countries of the “One Belt One Road”. The key data available in IRPR include “D&B Country Risk Indicator” (an assessment of the risk of doing business in an economy), “Trade Terms” (a guide to recommended and minimum credit terms and usual credit periods), “Transfer Situation” (an analysis of current payment delays with regard to transactions in local and foreign currency and foreign exchange reserves) and “Trade & Commercial Environment” (an assessment of developments affecting a country’s trade and commercial environments, including information on payments performance, trade and investment agreements, and foreign exchange reserves) to facilitate users to conduct risk analysis and business management over specific economies.