Dun and Bradstreet, a worldwide provider of business decisioning data and analytics, introduced a data platform for govt businesses that aims to notify undertaking important reaction and relief efforts across state and local communities. The complimentary COVID 19 Business Impact Research Platform is designed to supply data, analytics and insights to aid government businesses and officials assess the whole impact of the virus on their communities to plot risk mitigation and healing initiatives, prioritize emergency control and economic help for those in need and check workforce disruptions and supply chain risks. Dun and Bradstreet also is offering agencies with complimentary “health scans” designed to analyze a corporation’s purchaser portfolio, sales pipeline or supply chain to investigate areas of risk and opportunity. Learn more and request access to the platform here.
Demandbase, an end to end ABM answer service, has introduced that two of its ABM Certification classes are actually accessible at no cost through July 31, 2020. The ABM Certification program is designed to assist practitioners make ABM work for his or her groups. The categories supply best practices and training for various levels of skills: Foundations, Advanced and Expert. The first two tiers — Foundations and Advanced — are available at no cost online. The company will also donate $1 for everyone that completes the Certification to United Way, a charity aiding communities around the world handle the impact of COVID 19. Register here.