ALC and Dow Jones Partner to Present the eBusiness Intelligence Database
This partnership provides business marketers with real time insights sourced from corporate websites. Dow Jones deploys its proprietary web-crawling technology to collect data based on their expertise as a premier financial news entity in identifying noteworthy eBusiness companies. ALC provides the database structuring and marketing know-how to enhance the value of eBusiness Intelligence.
This breakthrough product provides unparalleled access to companies that maintain a robust digital presence and their executives. Sophisticated web-crawling and data aggregation technology organizes corporate website content for marketing applications.
ALC provides the expertise to translate web content into sales and business development opportunities. Celebrating over 30 years of “Leading the Evolution” in data marketing, ALC enables its clients to grow, increase market share and improve bottom-line profitability through the innovative gathering, application, and integration of marketing data. ALC clients include the leaders in virtually every category of business. Long recognized as a leading direct marketing industry innovator, ALC continues to pioneer sophisticated information marketing solutions in both the off-line and digital marketing worlds.
About Dow Jones
A leader in news and business information worldwide, Dow Jones develops technology to transform information into insight. The company deploys patented next-generation social graphing and relationship mapping to unlock the “who you know” within the enterprise and externally. It crawls 75 million websites, 25,000 media sources, and 3 million blogs daily to create databases on companies, executives, news, trigger events, and social networks. Only those companies that are considered newsworthy and that maintain dynamic websites are included in the eBusiness Intelligence database. Examples of the 100 trigger events that qualify a company for inclusion include product purchases, mergers, acquisitions, new investments, management changes, joint ventures, licensing and contract deals, bankruptcies, and SEC filings.