Datamyne 2.0 Simplifies and Speeds Trade Data Research

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Datamyne introduces its next generation user interface, offering a simple and easy way to research and analyze international trade data.

Making Trade Data Work For You

Marvelous. The speed is a blast!

Datamyne announced its latest product release, featuring a friendlier user interface and expanded user options that make it easy to run complex searches and analyses of its import-export data. Datamyne provides the world’s largest searchable trade database, a top source of information on cargos, markets and trading partners in the US, Latin America, EU and Asia.

Datamyne 2.0 speeds the time between framing a question and getting an answer. “The user dialog with the database is direct, easy and immediate,” says Brendan R. McCahill, CEO of Datamyne.

“Datamyne 2.0 orients your data search on a single page. As you build – and edit – a search query by selecting fields and entering criteria, a quick-loading preview instantly shows you results,” McCahill explains.

Users can save search queries to a dashboard for one-click refreshes with the latest available data. Queries can also be set to generate alerts – emailed notices – of new shipment arrivals meeting the user’s specified criteria.

“In developing Datamyne 2.0, we listened to what our customers told us they wanted,” says McCahill. Among the most-wanted features included in the new release:

  •      More search fields available with which to build database queries, including marks and numbers on cargos.
  •      Easy-to-use analytic tools for looking at trade from multiple perspectives.
  •      Drag-and-drop selection of fields for viewing.
  •      Fast downloads to Microsoft Excel* spreadsheets.

According to McCahill, user response to the new Datamyne product during beta testing was so positive, the company made Datamyne 2.0 available in beta in April. “Early adopters are telling us things like ‘it’s a pleasure to use’ and it ‘makes searching trade data enjoyable,’” he says.

The company is offering free online demonstrations (which include a complimentary research report) of Datamyne 2.0. To request a demo, go to

*Microsoft and Excel are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation


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