Heckyl Business Intelligence

Fund companies while they are young

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Were you able to spot these young companies engaged in the manufacturing of food products?

Could these companies be the prospective targets for your Relationship Managers?

Bank_Product OfferingsHeckyl Business Intelligence application spotted 700+ early stage companies who have recently ventured into the manufacturing of food products.

Heckyl BI engine identifies companies, who at some point in time, may require funds to finance their various business operations.

Newly incorporated companies engaged in the capital-intensive manufacturing business could be the potential targets for offering working capital or long-term loans.
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Banks: Did your Relationship Managers miss spotting these prospective targets?

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Were you able to spot these newly incorporated companies in the construction sector?
Could these companies be the prospective targets for your Relationship Managers?

Heckyl Business Intelligence application identifies companies, who at some point in time, may require funds to finance their various business operations.

Heckyl BI engine spotted 494 recently incorporated companies, which are ventured into the construction business. Read the rest of this entry »

Banks: Did your Relationship Managers miss spotting these opportunities?

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Were you able to pick up these activities in the cement sector during the last week?
Could these be opportunities for your Relationship Managers?

To help banks in identifying potential corporate borrowers, Heckyl has developed Business Intelligence (BI) module. Heckyl’s BI module, powered by news and sentiment analytics, identifies companies, who at some point in time, may require funds to finance their various business operations.

Any news update on business orders, new projects, expansion and growth plans, product launch, fund raising, joint venture, M&A, business transactions etc. is potential corporate lending opportunity for the banks.

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