Global Data Cloud

Access millions of economic, environmental, and consumer behavior data – updated daily and ready for analysis.

The world’s data at your fingertips

Over 70% of the time spent on a typical Big Data project is gathering data. This daunting task prevents companies from turning timely insights into action. Prevedere’s Global Big Data provides instant access to millions of data points on the global economy, manufacturing activity, consumer behavior and even weather data. You can now search our vast data warehouse just like you search the web. Download the any data series for immediate use in your analytics application or utilize our Excel plugin to import directly into your spreadsheets

Gain immediate access to millions of global data sets for $1,999/mo.

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What do we mean by Global Data?

Prevedere has developed proprietary systems, hundreds of APIs that connect to thousands of data sources that collect, scrub, validate, and organize millions of data sets. These updates occur daily so you can be sure you have the latest information. But what kind of data do we collect? Here is a brief list.

  • Proprietary industry specific indicators providing a 6-9 month outlook.
  • Data sources included are the most predictive leading indicators specific to each industry.
  • Industries included: Automotive, B2B/B2C Services, Residential/Non-Residential Construction, CPG, Restaurants, Retail, Steel, Telecommunications, and more.
  • Any data that affects global, national, regional, state/province or city economy
  • Data sources include the Federal Reserve bank, US Census Bureau, US Federal Reserve, and more.
  • Example data sets are: every stock ticker in the NASDAQ for the past 20 years, average unemployment for Phoenix, AZ, the price of sweet crude, Consumer Price Index
  • Any data sets related to weather in the US.
  • Data sources include NOAA, Quality Controlled Local Climatological Data (NCDC).
  • Example data sets are: average temp, average min/max temp, average wind speed, total monthly precipitation, heating degree days, cooling degree days
  • Information on the population and consumer behavior.
  • Data sources include the US Census Bureau, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Google Trends, Twitter.
  • Example data sets are: Number of domestic cars purchased, memberships to health clubs, positive sentiment tweets on the Cleveland Browns, search requests for the term “Apple”.
  • Data related to countries other than the US.
  • Data sources include the CEIC, Eurostat, ONUK.
  • Example data sets are: China’s import/export growth rate, France’s yearly building permits, India’s industrial production, employment rate in London