Legal and Group Structures

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Name Name of a concept, e.g. a data model concept. In contrast to terms, the name does not depend on a given context, e.g. a country-specific language. Legal and Group Structures (category: Business Insights, sort rank: 100)
Short description Informal and short human-readable definition of a concept. Legal and business linkages of your business partners, e.g. hierarchies.
Description Informal and comprehensive human-readable definition of a concept. Linkage, in general terms, is the relationship between different business entities or specific sites within a corporate family. Company mergers, acquisitions, openings and closings result in a continuous change of legal structures that are difficult to monitor. Typically large companies have multiple branches (i.e. a secondary location of a company’s headquarter location). It has no legal responsibility for its debts, even though bills may be paid from the branch location. Not knowing about branches impedes fast duplicate resolution or may lead to wrong decisions due to identical company names, but different addresses.
Release status The release status in terms of development progress or maturity of a product feature or a business capability.<br/><code>EMPTY</code> (0): No feature considered yet, just rough idea for capability.<br/><code>IDEA</code> (1): Just an idea, not yet designed in detail.<br/><code>DESIGN</code> (2): Software design ready, development not yet started.<br/><code>DEVELOPMENT</code> (3): Software development in progress.<br/><code>ALPHA</code> (4): First functional release, in terms of a Minimal Viable Product (MVP).<br/><code>BETA</code> (5): Tested by selected users.<br/><code>RC</code> (6): Release candidate, fully tested, not yet used in production by many customers.<br/><code>LIVE</code> (7): Used in production by customers, fully monitored and supported.<br/><code>DEPRECATED</code> (-1): End of life planned, but still available.<br/><code>EOL</code> (-2): End of life, historic service, no longer available.<br/><code>BROKEN</code> (-3): Service was used in production but is currently not available. However, CDQ tries to repair or reactivate it. BETA
Use cases Enrich DUNS Information from Dun & Bradstreet
Apps
Following apps provide this capability
APIs
Following APIs provide this capability

Features

Feature Short description Informal and short human-readable definition of a concept. Release status The release status in terms of development progress or maturity of a product feature or a business capability.<br/><code>EMPTY</code> (0): No feature considered yet, just rough idea for capability.<br/><code>IDEA</code> (1): Just an idea, not yet designed in detail.<br/><code>DESIGN</code> (2): Software design ready, development not yet started.<br/><code>DEVELOPMENT</code> (3): Software development in progress.<br/><code>ALPHA</code> (4): First functional release, in terms of a Minimal Viable Product (MVP).<br/><code>BETA</code> (5): Tested by selected users.<br/><code>RC</code> (6): Release candidate, fully tested, not yet used in production by many customers.<br/><code>LIVE</code> (7): Used in production by customers, fully monitored and supported.<br/><code>DEPRECATED</code> (-1): End of life planned, but still available.<br/><code>EOL</code> (-2): End of life, historic service, no longer available.<br/><code>BROKEN</code> (-3): Service was used in production but is currently not available. However, CDQ tries to repair or reactivate it.
Commercial Relationship Enrichment Identify the legal entity in a legal and group hierarchy that ultimately takes business decisions, i.e. the Commercial Ultimate BETA
Legal Relationship Enrichment Enrich legal relationships for a business partner by employing commercial/proprietary data sources such as Dun & Bradstreet or LEI. BETA
Branch Relationship Enrichment Identify the official branches of a legal entity, et vice versa DEVELOPMENT