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CCIS offers comprehensive business solutions under one roof

PUBLISHED : Friday, 25 October, 2013, 2:06pm
UPDATED : Friday, 25 October, 2013, 2:07pm

Recognised as the leading credit-checking agency in Taiwan, backed by more than 50 years of experience, China Credit Information Service (CCIS) is a one-stop information source offering a full suite of services. It provides background checks, consumer behaviour study, commercial credit reports, asset appraisal, product trending and market analysis. It also offers advisory services for mergers and acquisitions throughout Taiwan and the mainland.

For CCIS, being a small- to medium-sized enterprise provides bargaining power internationally.

"We fully utilise our capacity and maintain our high-quality services by taking full control of the entire business process," says David Chang, CCIS president.

The company creates a platform for clients where credit checking and appraisal information are analysed and integrated by financial consultants. Its credit reporters also cross-reference financial statements obtained from public sites to ensure due diligence.

CCIS initially catered to Taiwanese companies wanting to get a foothold on the mainland market. The company has satellite offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Wuhan and Shenzhen. It has since become one of the key founders of Asiagate, a group of credit reporting agencies in the Asia-Pacific region providing online access to corporate credit information to its members.

As the mainland market opens up to international companies, CCIS has stayed at the forefront of the industry. Through the launch of its TOP 5000 database, which utilises the largest sample space in Taiwan, CCIS is able to provide further accuracy for clients. Its larger and more diverse data population allows statistical analysis to have the highest-quality result.

For overseas companies looking for strategic partners in Asia, CCIS offers the latest industry information to assist clients in understanding the mainland's consumer market and Taiwan's local business environment.

One of its long-term goals is to have a stronger presence in other Asian markets, particularly in Japan and South Korea.


China Credit Information Service