Businesses across the world are using Company Check data to better understand the businesses they work with, and want to work with.
With data comes knowledge (and knowledge, if Spiderman is to be believed, brings power!). Data becomes even more powerful when analysed to a deeper level. That’s where the Company Check data export tool comes in.
PDF data export
A PDF data export is most suitable for Companies House documentation where the original is an image. You can find Companies House documents within the ‘documents’ tab for any company.
If you’re not already a subscriber to Company Check, you can sign up today or choose our pay as you go option to buy one document at a time.
Examples of the documents available in this format include:
Annual account returns
Change of registered address
Change of business structure
CSV data export
CSV data exports are especially powerful because they can be manipulated and integrated into your own data and used in the best way for you.
CSV data exports are available on accounts information, within the ‘financials’ tab on any company record.
This information is a digitised version of the Companies House documents. It’s worth noting that Companies House itself does not provide information in this format, and this is something we do for you to make data manipulation and analysis easier.
Data available in this format includes:
Profit and loss account
Cash in bank
Number of employees
And much more.
This data is used by businesses to run a thorough analysis of the company’s financial status and can be compared against other companies within your CSV export.
Easy to view graphs
Graphs often make data analysis even easier. This is because they provide a visual representation of trends over time, making it really easy to see how the business you’re analysing has progressed and whether they are affected by seasonality and so on.
We’ve made it really easy for you to find graphs of the data provided within each company profile. Simply navigate to the ‘financials’ tab.
You can also download the graphs to share them with others.