CRIF announces the integration of SkyMinder® with the we.trade platform


CRIF today announced that we.trade users will now access their SkyMinder® services directly from the we.trade platform. SkyMinder® is the CRIF B2B risk information platform further enabling international trade for corporate companies and banks worldwide. SkyMinder® has direct access to the best business information on any existing company around the world, covering more than 230 countries and jurisdictions.


Some key functionalities include:


  • Easy and quick identification of companies
  • Best available local sources.
  • Complete business information report with risk assessment and credit limit
  • Consistent, clear and easy-to-read layout
  • Option of monitoring a company
  • Credit & Financial Risk
  • Compliance
  • Anti-money laundering
  • Anti-bribery
  • Reputational Risk
  • Cyber Risk
  • Patent Due Diligence


"We are delighted to announce the first release of SkyMinder Integration in we.trade platform. The integration between the we.trade platform and CRIF’s information ecosystem will bring significant added value to all we.trade users making the assessment of business partners, customers or suppliers, and the decision process become faster and more efficient", commented Paola Galassi, Executive Director - Global B2B Services of CRIF.


"It has been a pleasure collaborating and working with CRIF in bringing this valuable SkyMinder and we.trade integration to production. The information users can get from SkyMinder will lead to up-to-date and relevant informed decision making for our users", says Mark Cudden, CTO, we.trade Innovation DAC.


Thanks to the global presence of SkyMinder® and its long-standing experience with best-in-class local and global information providers, we.trade can easily access the most valuable business credit information from the highest quality local providers through a single platform.


About we.trade

we.trade Innovation DAC (we.trade) is a joint-venture company owned by 12 banks and technology provider IBM. The company was started with nine banks in January 2017 under the project name, Digital Trade Chain, and was officially renamed as we.trade in October 2017. we.trade has developed a digital trade platform based on the Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Fabric and runs on the IBM Blockchain Platform. The we.trade digital platform delivers reliability, simplicity and security to global trade transactions across trade finance, insurance and logistics. Clients can register for we.trade via their banks. CaixaBank, Deutsche Bank, Erste Group, HSBC, KBC, Nordea, Rabobank, Santander, Société Générale, UBS, UniCredit and IBM are shareholders in we.trade while UniCreditAG in Germany, EuroBank in Greece, CBC Banque in Belgium, and ČSOB, Komerční Banka and Česká Spořitelna in the Czech Republic are licensees. 

For more information: we-trade.com


Source: CRIF

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