Have you ever been to a lunch meeting discussing a lucrative business venture and needed details on that company in a hurry? Were you ever offered a job on the spot with a startup and wanted to get the company’s information quickly? From growth to funding to news, there are many times when details on a business are crucial. This is especially important when you are in a time crunch and don’t have access to a computer. This is where Mattermark comes in to help. Get the information you need, on almost any company, when you are on-the-go.
The app gives a good amount of details on over one million companies. You can see basic information like a description, location, founding date, and the industries that the business falls into. But what makes Mattermark special are the extensive details, for example, their growth over the last month and six months. The app also displays a nice graph with the company’s growth scores so it is very easy to see their ups and downs at a glance.
Along with company growth, you can see their funding rounds with those amounts and the dates. The number of employees the business has and the people in charge, with their titles, are clearly listed. You can also check out related companies which is a useful bonus. You can easily share the company details via text, email, or social media. The sharing tool provides a decent snapshot of the business information.
Any related news to the business is conveniently displayed on a separate tab. The news articles come from a variety of sources including Techcrunch, ZDNet, Reuters, and many others depending on the industry. You can also check out the company’s website with a simple click and stay right within the app to navigate through it.
An easy, time-saving tool
Mattermark takes the work and time out of research when you need it fast. From the coffee shop to the car, get information on companies that you need, right when you need it. The app is very responsive and has a clean, intuitive interface making both searching and finding a breeze.
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