Datamyne upgrades trade database service
Miami-based trade database firm The Datamyne has announced an update to their online TDM Vue database service.
Providing customs and government information on foreign trade movements for Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, Columbia, Ecuador, Japan, Peru, Spain, United States and Uruguay, the TDM Vue service provides subscribers with 'market intelligence and competitive advantages in viewing trade trends and market shifts in key international markets offering customers transaction-based and census data,' according to TDM. A minimum of three years historical data is available from all countries in the database.
The update to the TDM VUE service offers enhanced search and reporting capabilities, 'drag and drop' information within the database, as well as expansion of data coverage to include information from the European Union and Mexico.
TDM, located at www.thedatamyne.com, said the TDM Vue database information is current within two days of a transaction.
The firm operates U.S. offices in Miami, Houston and California, with international offices in Montevideo and Buenos Aires.