Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services Market Seeking Excellent Growth …

… the coverage of this study are Experian, Equifax, Trans Union, Identity Guard, IdentityForce, PrivacyGuard, Credit Sesame, MyFICO & Credit Karma.

A new market study is released on Global Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services Market with data Tables for historical and forecast years represented with Chats & Graphs spread through 120 Pages with easy to understand detailed analysis. The study highlights detailed assessment of the Market and display market sizing trend by revenue & volume (if applicable), current growth factors, expert opinions, facts, and industry validated market development data. The research study provides estimates for Global Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services Forecast till 2025*. Some are the players that are considered in the coverage of this study are Experian, Equifax, Trans Union, Identity Guard, IdentityForce, PrivacyGuard, Credit Sesame, MyFICO & Credit Karma.

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1) How Study Have Considered the Impact of COVID-19 / Economic Slowdown of 2020 ?

Analyst at HTF MI have conducted special survey and have connected with opinion leaders and Industry experts from various region to minutely understand impact on growth as well as local reforms to fight the situation. A special chapter in the study presents Impact Analysis of COVID-19 on Global Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services Market along with tables and graphs related to various country and segments showcasing impact on growth trends.

2) Which companies are profiled in current version of the report? Can list of players be customize based on regional geographies we are targeting

Considering heat map analysis and based on market buzz or voice the profiled list of companies in the the report are “Experian, Equifax, Trans Union, Identity Guard, IdentityForce, PrivacyGuard, Credit Sesame, MyFICO & Credit Karma”. Yes, further list of players can also be customized as per your requirement keeping in mind your areas of interest and adding local emerging players and leaders from targeted geography.

** List of companies covered may vary in the final report subject to Name Change / Merger & Acquisition Activity etc. based on the difficulty of survey since data availability needs to be confirmed by research team specially in case of privately held company. Up to 2 players can be added at no additional cost.

3) Can Market be broken down by different set of application and types?

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To comprehend Global Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services market dynamics in the global market, the worldwide Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services market is analyzed across major geographical regions. HTF Market Intelligence also provides customized specific regional and country-level reports, see below break-ups.

• North America: United States, Canada, and Mexico.

• South & Central America: Argentina, ,Chile, LATAM, and Brazil.

• Middle East & Africa: Saudi Arabia, UAE, Israel, Turkey, Egypt and South Africa.

• Europe: UK, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, BeNeLux, and Russia.

• Asia-Pacific: India, China, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, and Australia.

2-Page company profiles for 10+ leading players is included with 3 years financial history to illustrate the recent performance of the market. Latest and updated discussion for 2019 major macro and micro elements influencing market and impacting the sector are also provided with a thought-provoking qualitative remarks on future opportunities and likely threats. The study is a mix of both statistically relevant quantitative data from the industry, coupled with insightful qualitative comment and analysis from Industry experts and consultants.

Global Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services Product Types In-Depth: , Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check

Global Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services Major Applications/End users: Private & Enterprise

Market Sizing by Geographical Break-down: United States, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India & Central & South America

To ascertain a deeper view of Market Size, competitive landscape is provided i.e. Comparative Market Share Revenue Analysis (Million USD) by Players (2018-2019) & Segment Market Share (%) by Players (2018-2019) and further a qualitative analysis of all players is made to understand market concentration rate.

Competitive Landscape & Analysis:

Major players of Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services Market are focusing highly on innovation in new technologies to improve production efficiency and re-arrange product lifecycle. Long-term growth opportunities for this sector are captured by ensuring ongoing process improvements of related players following NAICS standard by understanding their financial flexibility to invest in the optimal strategies. Company profile section of players such as Experian, Equifax, Trans Union, Identity Guard, IdentityForce, PrivacyGuard, Credit Sesame, MyFICO & Credit Karma includes vital information like legal name, website, headquarter, its market position, distribution and marketing channels, historical background and top 4 closest competitors by Market capitalization / turnover along with sales contact information. Each company / manufacturers revenue figures, growth rate, net profit and gross profit margin is provided in easy to understand tabular format for past 3 years and a separate section on market entropy covering recent development activities like mergers &acquisition, new product/service launch, funding activity etc.

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In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Global Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services are as follows:

History Year: 2014-2019, Base Year: 2019, Forecast Year 2020 to 2025

Key Stakeholders / Target Audience Covered:

In order to better analyze value chain/ supply chain of the Industry, a lot of attention given to backward & forward Integration

– Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services Manufacturers

– Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services Distributors/Traders/Wholesalers

– Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services Sub-component Manufacturers

– Industry Association

– Downstream Vendors

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Startups Need Free Data To Work With Army: Venture Capitalists

Recorded Future was founded in 2008, received early funding from IN-QTEL, received a contract from DIU in 2017, and a contract from Cyber …
A soldier checks on a server display.A soldier checks on a server display.

Tech. Sgt. Michael Hackett, 407th Expeditionary Communications Squadron, checks his servers at Ali Air Base, Iraq.

ALBUQUERQUE: Venture capitalists want the Pentagon to be a good market. But for an industry that makes many unsuccessful bets in the promise that just a few pan out spectacularly, marketing software exclusively to the Pentagon poses an almost unacceptable risk. To ease startups into contracting, investors suggest the Army should provide unclassified, open-source data as the Air Force already does.

Near the top of his investors’ wishlist, says Stu Solomon, CTO of intelligence provider Recorded Future, is removing “a lot of the friction necessary to get innovation into the government without having to be directly aligned or affiliated with the big solution integrators.”

Hitching new technology to a company already firmly ingrained in the Pentagon’s ecosystem is a popular way to shepherd new software through the acquisitions process. It is also partly explains how, despite hundreds of millions of dollars in military contracts going to Silicon Valley companies, tech adoption seems as slow from the Valley as elsewhere.

Solomon’s remarks came during a panel at AFCEA’s 2020 AFCEA Army Signal conference. Recorded Future was founded in 2008, received early funding from IN-Q-TEL, received a contract from DIU in 2017, and a contract from Cyber Command in 2020. Much of Recorded Future’s product is built on ingesting open-source information and offering analysis. As a feature, that meant the company could sustain itself in the commercial market, selling enterprise software, while still planning long-term to contract with the military, DHS, and intelligence services.

“If you think this is eventually going to be a market that matters to you, you’re not going to be able to wait four years for the procurement process to mature as your product matures,” said Elizabeth Lawler, founder of Founder of AppLand.

If a startup’s focus is solely on processing classified data, the capital investors need to be aligned directly with that goal to fund it since getting certified to handle classified material is one of the major sources of cost and friction.

“My current startup, focused on providing real-time up-to-date software images, works on things that are less sensitive as a starting point,” said Lawler, “for example, some of the code bases in the Air Force’s open source code repository.”

Because open-source software lacks the same kind of cyber certification that comes with more sensitive information, it is fertile ground for start-ups looking to work on military data, provided the service makes an open-source library available.

“When it comes to this Valley of Death, I really view what we do when we start companies as an awful lot like a really difficult special forces mission,” said Andy Palmer, co-founder and CEO of data management company Tamr. “When you go in, you drop onto the ground to start a company, with a small team of people, and limited resources, and what oftentimes feels like an unreasonable objective. It’s hand to hand combat for much of it, it’s not pretty. The goal is survival.”

So, if the Army wants to bring new data tools to the battlefields of the future, it could start by creating open-source environments that allow companies to solve problems, at a smaller scale and without the hurdles of classification, suggested several panelists.

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Palantir’s IPO could be delayed until 2023 as the embattled, Peter Thiel-founded data firm looks …

Palantir has courted Singapore’s Temasek Holdings, SoftBank Group, and other non-US investors to participate in the potential round, according to …

  • The controversial data-analytics company Palantir may be pumping the breaks on going public.
  • On Thursday, Bloomberg reported that the Palo Alto, California based tech firm was in talks with private investors to raise “significant funding.”
  • Previously, Palantir was reportedly targeting an IPO in 2020.
  • Bloomberg said that Palantir co-founder and Chairman Peter Thiel has told employees that the company would not be going public within the next two to three years.
  • That could set a potential Palantir IPO date back to 2022 or 2023.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

The controversial data-analytics company Palantir may be pumping the breaks on going public.

On Thursday, Bloomberg reported that the Palo Alto, Calif. based tech firm — last valued at $20 billion — was in talks with private investors to raise “significant funding.” Previously, Palantir was reportedly targeting an IPO in 2020.

Palantir has courted Singapore’s Temasek Holdings, SoftBank Group, and other non-US investors to participate in the potential round, according to people familiar with the matter who spoke to Bloomberg.

Palantir co-founder and Chairman Peter Thiel told employees recently that the company would not be going public within the next two to three years, Bloomberg reported. That could set a potential Palantir IPO date back to 2022 or 2023.

Palantir did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment.

Palantir, which has never been profitable, had reportedly been making efforts to gear up an upcoming public offering, which included hiring its first-ever sales team and eliminating lavish employee perks, like 13-course tasting-menu lunches, that could raise eyebrows among public market investors. Employees were also reportedly no longer allowed to expense last-minute international airfare and at least one person was fired for expensing off-the-wall purchases like lingerie.

Read more: This $20 billion startup is reportedly cutting lavish perks as it tries to kill its employees’ ‘entitlement syndrome’ ahead of a possible IPO

Because of Palantir’s work with the US military and government agencies, the data-mining firm has long been subject to scrutiny by outside critics. Most recently, Business Insider learned that Palantir employees themselves are becoming increasingly split over the company’s ties to government work — specifically its business dealings with the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the federal agency involved in detaining and deporting undocumented immigrants.

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Info-graphic view of Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services Market Viewpoint …

Experian, Equifax, Trans Union, Identity Guard, IdentityForce, PrivacyGuard, Credit Sesame, MyFICO, Credit Karma. Global Credit Scores, Credit …
Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services

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Topmost Leading Manufacturer Covered in this report:

Experian, Equifax, Trans Union, Identity Guard, IdentityForce, PrivacyGuard, Credit Sesame, MyFICO, Credit Karma.

Global Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services Market: Product Segment Analysis:

Credit Scores, Credit Reports, Credit Check.

Global Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services Market: Application Segment Analysis

Private, Enterprise.

Geographically it is divided Credit Scores, Credit Reports & Credit Check Services market into seven prime regions which are on the basis of sales, revenue, and market share and growth rate.

United States, EU, Japan, China, India, Southeast Asia.

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Credit Sesame, a platform for managing loans and credit scores, picks up $43M en route to IPO

… too, including Credit Karma, NerdWallet, Experian, ClearScore, Equifax and many more. Nazari’s view is that while Credit Sesame maybe targeting …

Household debt in the U.S. continues to rise and as of this year now stands at nearly $14 billion. Now, one of the startups that’s building tools to help consumers better cope with that is announcing a round of funding and plans for an IPO — signs of the demand for its services, and its success to date.

Credit Sesame — which lets consumers check their credit scores and evaluate options to rebalance existing debts and loans to improve that score and thus their overall “financial health,” in the words of CEO and founder Adrian Nazari — has raised $43 million. With the company already profitable and growing revenues 90% each year for the last five, Nazari said that this round is likely to be the last round the company raises before it goes public.

Credit Sesame is not disclosing its valuation, in part because this round is likely to have some more money added to it. But Nazari noted that it’s on track to be valued at over $1 billion when it does close in the coming months. It has now raised $110 million in total.

The round is a mixture of equity and debt, and includes both strategic and financial investors. Led by growth-stage investors ATW Partners, it also includes participation from previous investors. Past backers of Credit Sesame include Menlo Ventures, Inventus Capital, Globespan Capital, IA Capital Groups, Symantec, Capital One Ventures and Stanford University. There also will likely be new investors coming to the company when the round does expand.

The reason the startup is raising both equity and debt is worth a note: Nazari said Credit Sesame is profitable and has been “for some time,” so when it raises money now, it would prefer to do so with less dilution. The funding will be going toward continuing to work on Credit Sesame’s artificial intelligence algorithms, and to continue expanding this business, but not likely acquisitions: there are a lot of companies in the fintech arena that are working on products adjacent to what Credit Sesame does, but Nazari said that it would likely only start to work on some M&A and consolidation plays after it IPOs, using the proceeds from that to fuel that.

In addition to a number of companies building tools and products to help people manage their money better, there are direct competitors to Credit Sesame, too, including Credit Karma, NerdWallet, Experian, ClearScore, Equifax and many more. Nazari’s view is that while Credit Sesame may be targeting a similar initial function, its approach and how it helps you manage your credit score is what differentiates it.

The company has coined the term “Personal Credit Management” (as opposed to personal financial management), and has built an algorithm it calls RoboCredit, which is based on a basic score provided by TransUnion (one of the big agencies that calculates scores, alongside Equifax and Experian), but also includes other factors that it calculates to show consumers which actions they can take to improve their scores. Checking initial scores is free on Credit Sesame, as are evaluating options for how to rebalance loans and other debts to help improve the score. But users that take products referred through the engine — such as refinancing a mortgage or taking a new credit and/or transferring your existing balance — or other premium services (such as an advanced level of identity theft protection), pay fees to do so.

The credit rating industry has seen some big setbacks in the last several years — first the big breach at Equifax, and then the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau fining both Equifax and TransUnion for misrepresenting what kind of data it was providing to consumers, and for not being transparent enough in its charges. But Nazari said that in fact, this has had a positive impact on the company.

“The impact from Equifax has been net positive,” he explained. “Incidents like these create awareness and the need for consumers to watch their credit and be on top of that,” he noted. “Identity theft from breaches could happen any time.”

Indeed, online security has become a bit of an unknown variable for many of us: We can try to prepare as much as possible, but we never know what news of a new breach might come around the corner, or when one fragment of our disclosed information might be the missing piece to someone using it to steal something from us. On the other hand, the startup is giving more transparency at least to how some of the other aspects of our online financial identity work, and how it can be used by others to evaluate us as consumers.

“Credit Sesame is revolutionizing how consumers manage their credit. What once was a mystery and black box is now distilled by Credit Sesame’s PCM platform into easy to digest actionable insights that can effortlessly and meaningfully change a consumer’s credit and financial health,” said Kerry Propper, co-founder and managing partner at ATW Partners, in a statement. “We’re thrilled to open the gates to a new age of Personal Credit Management with the Credit Sesame team leading the space.”

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