Relationship Science (RelSci), technology platform which until now provided access to its database only to large organizations through expensive subscriptions, announces the launch of RelationshipScience.com that open to all.
“We heard a lot of feedback from people wanting to use RelSci to gain a competitive edge, even if their firm doesn’t subscribe and this is a response to that, ” said Neal Goldman, founder and Chairman of Relationship Science.
The new website enables the public to access its database of in-depth information on more than 5 million influential people and 1.5 million organizations. The information provides details including work history, board memberships, charitable donations, personal interests, awards, investments, and more.
The new service creates a tool for professionals seeking to initiate and build relationships for their business such as attorneys, financial advisors, investment bankers, brokers, salespeople, fundraisers, and more.
With quality information not provided in a single place anywhere else, RelSci enables users to leverage their connections in a strategic way that facilitates introductions and identifies new opportunities – for relationship building, client acquisition, sales, fundraising, deal sourcing and professional networking.
RelationshipScience.com offers individual users free access to 10 profiles every month, providing exclusive information on businesses and influential people – including details on work history, board memberships, nonprofit donations, personal interests, awards, investments and other valuable intelligence.
With purchase of $49.99/month subscriber can access unlimited full profile views, relationship mapping, curated alerts on people and organizations, and other powerful tools.
“The launch of RelationshipScience.com fills an information gap in the market between LinkedIn and Wikipedia with deep profiles on senior people and organizations, including the large number who don’t have any presence across online social networks, ” said Domenic Graziosi, CEO of Relationship Science. “We’ve had incredible success helping enterprises of all sizes take advantage of their collective relationships, and now we’re opening up access to the RelSci platform for anyone.”
RelSci has raised over $120 million from notable investors, including Henry Kravis, Kenneth Langone, Stanley Druckenmiller, MacAndrews & Forbes, C.V. Starr & Co., Hearst Corporation, Ron Burkle, Barry Sternlicht, RIT Capital Partners (Rothschild Investment Trust), Andrew Tisch, Harvey Golub, Reuben Jeffery, David Komansky (Former Chairman and CEO of Merrill Lynch), Tom Glocer (Former CEO of Thomson Reuters), Randy Lerner (Former Chairman of MBNA), Stephen Luczo (Chairman and CEO of Seagate), William Rudin and Salesforce.com, among others.