Cyndx Launches Explorer to Deliver More Efficient and Timely Search Results for Investors

New product enhancement delivers more rapid, relevant insights into the private markets

Cyndx, the leading AI-enabled search and discovery platform that offers users unmatched reach and precision in discovering and connecting growth opportunities among global private market participants, has announced its new Explorer search tool that will help investors gain even deeper insights, enabling them to make smarter and faster investment decisions.

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Cyndx Explorer is an in-platform business intelligence suite that provides direct access to Cyndx’s comprehensive dataset of over 16 million companies from approximately 240 countries. Cyndx’s subscribers can now use the Explorer tool to create custom queries that easily track and identify relevant information associated with their investment mandates or areas of interest, and build their own shareable dashboards and data visualizations. The new tool complements Cyndx Finder, the AI-driven M&A deal origination and investment research engine, by providing investors with deeper insights and greater visibility into private markets.

Jim McVeigh, CEO of Cyndx, commented: “When it comes to sourcing proprietary deals, efficiency and speed are crucial. Explorer allows our users to create custom, proprietary queries that address their specific needs while also accessing millions of additional data points that were previously not available. To us, it’s just another step in the journey of bringing the power of our ever increasing data set to our users.”

Explorer allows users to easily track and identify relevant information on specific companies and verticals from their Analytics Dashboard, with queries such as companies who are ‘projected to raise’, CEO contact information, capital raised in the past thirty days, total acquisitions in the space by region, and much more.

Queries are defined in three ways: Measures (quantitative values such as total number of funding rounds that occurred within a given time frame), Dimensions (qualitative values such as company or contact names), and Time (specific date ranges). These criteria can be combined and adjusted as needed to deliver a custom result. For example, if a user is looking for a CFO with experience working for a venture-backed company in a particular sector and located in a particular part of the world, Explorer rapidly delivers to that user a list of relevant CFOs and their contact information.

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