Reonomy welcomes Dun & Bradstreet to
partner network, secures exclusive data partnership 

May 15, 2019 - Front Section
Michael Bird,
Dun & Bradstreet


Rich Sarkis,


New York, NY Reonomy, a leading provider of commercial real estate data and software solutions, today announced an expanded partnership with global data and analytics company, Dun & Bradstreet. In late 2019, Reonomy will become the exclusive data redistribution partner of Dun & Bradstreet content for the North American CRE market. After nearly two years of ongoing collaboration, the expansion will make Reonomy the only commercial real estate partner to leverage Dun & Bradstreet’s premiere company data and information within its platform.

Using the same entity resolution system they offer customers, Reonomy can now integrate Dun & Bradstreet’s comprehensive business data and insights to more accurately match properties to their associated ownership portfolios, LLCs and current occupants. This partnership reinforces Reonomy’s place at the forefront of the competitive commercial real estate data market and ultimately promises purer, more valuable data for the company’s diverse customer base.

“Given Reonomy’s past success in leveraging Dun & Bradstreet’s data to create unique value for the commercial real estate business, we saw an opportunity to strengthen our partnership and increase the value provided to end customers in this growing and date-centric market,” said Dun & Bradstreet general manager of sales and marketing solutions, Michael Bird.

A leader in the commercial real estate data space, Reonomy strives to stitch and integrate together three core pillars of commercial real estate data (transactional, physical/geospatial and owner) to give customers a holistic experience that offers smarter insights which unlock stronger deal-making. To bridge the industry's current gap in data aggregation, Reonomy leverages proprietary algorithms and a robust network of data redistribution partners to create enterprise products. 

Reonomy’s new enterprise solutions were developed on the heels of a quickly evolving market. As the commercial real estate industry continues its digital transformation, more companies struggle to condense their datasets, resulting in the adoption of their own systems of engagement. Reonomy recognizes the need for an integrated single system-of-record to simplify entity resolution and disparate data layering, particularly as businesses scale and grow. The landscape will only continue to shift, making it imperative for companies to centralize and streamline data sourcing to make smarter decisions. With Dun & Bradstreet as an exclusive data partner, Reonomy’s enterprise solutions can better help organizations cleanse, expand and consolidate comprehensive datasets for stronger system management and empowered decision-making.

“As more companies rely on Reonomy to streamline their entity resolution, we need to continue our strong momentum in data clarity and accessibility,” said Rich Sarkis, chief executive officer at Reonomy. “Having Dun & Bradstreet in our private partner ecosystem not only bolsters us as leaders in the space but also propels us forward in our journey to revolutionizing the industry’s relationship with data.”



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