Dun & Bradstreet yesterday began offering the D&B Global Access Toolkit, which will provide users with Internet access to its global business database.
The software is intended to expand D&B's online global delivery capabilities.
According to the Murray Hill, NJ-based firm, the new software provides the ability to integrate standardized, global data into existing applications and decision support systems while reducing customers' development costs and time. It can be customized for each customer based on decision support requirements, legacy infrastructure and technical environments.
D&B said examples of how the software can be used to establish global business practices include database marketing, global risk management and vendor management.