LC Packaging

LC Packaging is a family business that has been active in the packaging industry since 1923. The company that once started selling and repairing jute bags has grown significantly over the past 95 years and expanded to more than 16 countries within Europe, Asia and Africa. This multinational company with more than a thousand employees and over 8,000 customers is not only an importer, but also a producer and distributor of packaging. With more than 70,000 m3 of warehouses, LC Packaging is market leader in packaging for the agricultural sector and FIBCs. By supplying from stock, they can guarantee ‘next day’ deliveries, even in high season.

Manpower

For a global HR expert such as Manpower, it is crucial to have insight into developments and its own position in the labour market at all times. In a world that is becoming increasingly digital, the world’s largest temporary employment organisation saw the opportunity to perform even better in this area. In order to make optimal use of all available market data, a partnership was entered into with Altares Dun & Bradstreet.

CM.com

Texting old-fashioned? Not for CM.com This successful Dutch company started in ’99 with sending text messages for discotheques to engage with their visitors. The company now offers a complete communication platform (CPaaS) on which messages, payments, data and voice are integrated. From two-step verification to QR payment to multi-channel messaging, CM.com helps companies worldwide with communication on mobile channels. Because self-service is a core component for CM.com, it is important to make customer onboarding as easy as possible. Altares Dun & Bradstreet has been supporting CM.com in optimizing its onboarding process since 2015. Using the D&B Direct API, CM’s webforms automatically enters the correct data when someone is seeking for a contact, by entering the first credentials only. This means the user is able to complete the form fast and correct, which leads to higher conversion. To make even better use of the company data, this information is also used within CM’s own marketing data and customer data platforms.

Barco

Looking for a big screen or another smart visual solution? Chances are you’ll run into Barco. The Belgian company has been supplying visual products to the entertainment, healthcare and enterprise sectors worldwide for more than eighty years. Think of cinema screens, LED displays, video walls and projectors. Because the organisation wanted to expand its market share of the product ClickShare, a wireless presentation solution for meeting rooms, in the enterprise sector, Altares Dun & Bradstreet’s tool Market Insight was used. Market Insight analyses market and customer data, and transforms it into growth opportunities for companies.

Adecco

If you are looking for a job, you will definitely see the name Adecco pass by. The global leader in HR solutions deploys more than 15,000 temporary workers and 700 professionals in the Netherlands. From finance to hospitality or logistics: Adecco has the right person for the right place. In order to offer good, new workplaces, it is important that the sales department immediately knows which client it is working with and whether existing clients remain reliable. The customer acceptance process is essential, in which the accounts receivable department plays a key role. They ensure that the sales department has easy insight into current credit information. With the help of a tailor-made D&B Credit solution, the accounts receivable department has the much-needed information in its hands to provide real-time credit advice.

ABN AMRO

ABN AMRO serves retail, private and commercial banking clients in the Netherlands and across the globe with a comprehensive range of products and services. The Amsterdam-based bank also offers national and international advisory services. ABN AMRO’s top priority is to provide the best possible service to meet its clients’ ever-changing needs in ever-changing market conditions.

Tyco

Tyco Fire Protection Products is a renowned, globally operating fire prevention company. Tyco develops products, systems and mechanical building constructions in the field of fire protection and fire detection for commercial, industrial, institutional and public sector clients and for the housing sector. Altares Dun & Bradstreet has developed an innovative credit rating platform especially for Tyco.

Xerox

Xerox is a global leader in document management, both in technology and services. These include digital presses, multifunctional equipment and network printers, as well as ways to share documents and knowledge more efficiently between company employees. In America, Xerox is so well known that the brand name has become synonymous with copying, a great example of branding. The international company provides both systems and their financing. Customers can, for example, lease a printing line or a printing press.

Canon

Canon Medical Systems Europe (formerly known as Toshiba Medical Systems) is a supplier of medical systems. The organisation excels in diagnostic imaging systems, including X-ray, MRI, CT and ultrasound. By continuously innovating, the organization contributes to the quality of life for people worldwide. And with an extensive network of Toshiba Corporation with nearly 100 subsidiaries and affiliates, the dynamics are great. Important innovations such as the first digital computer (1954), the first cardio echo system (1978) and the first DVD (1995) were developed by Toshiba. Monique already worked at her previous employer with the products of Altares Dun & Bradstreet. DNBi is indispensable for Toshiba to keep a grip on all international dealers, end users and suppliers. Recently Onboard has been added to this for compliance management.

Geodis Wilson

Geodis is one of the world’s largest transport companies. The backbone of Geodis Wilson is an independent network of branches and hubs via air and sea connections in 61 countries, with a strong presence in Europe, America and the APAC region. Geodis Wilson also has offices in the Middle East and Africa. Altares Dun & Bradstreet has developed a tailor-made solution using Mendix technology. The end product, the Geodis Decision Maker, has taken credit approval to a higher level and further professionalised the creditworthiness assessment.