LONDON, July 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
-Duedil launches features that are part of on-going redesign-
Duedil, the world's largest database of free company financials, is rebuilding their website to improve users' access to data from all over the web. A string of features launched recently include a Google Chrome extension, new financial ratios widget and faster data imports.
According to Duedil founder, Damian Kimmelman: "We're particularly pleased to announce that our new ratios widget provides deeper insight into financial data and that the Duedil Chrome app is back for Google Chrome users."
The Duedil Chrome extension provides instant financial information for companies with websites in the UK and Northern Ireland. Chrome users can access data on company financials and directors, social data and much more by clicking on the Duedil logo installed in their browsers.
A new ratios widget gives users the insight of accountants and bankers by showing a company's health using crucial figures such as its gearing level, profit ratio and return on capital.
Kimmelman continues: "Another improved feature is the speed of data imports. What used to take two weeks can now be done in just nine minutes, and soon we're hoping to provide daily updates.
"Drastically shorter loading times and seamless transitions between pages have also improved user experience. These latest offerings are just a small glimpse of what we have planned for Duedil in the coming months."
Duedil was launched in April 2011 by entrepreneur Damian Kimmelman, who wanted to develop a sense of trust in business by opening up company information for free. Duedil is short for Due Diligence and is predominantly funded by Passion Capital and founding CTO of Wonga, Jonty Hurwitz.
Visit: http://www.duedil.com/ for more information.