‘Elucify’ gives you access to free database of business contacts


‘Elucify’ is a free & crowdsourced database for business contact information. It’s a service that helps you search for email contact addresses of companies. You can use elucify to get access to millions of private & public email addresses of individuals or companies.

Elucify has a number of features which make it ideal for the specific task it is meant to accomplish.

These include:

i. Salesforce record
This seems to be the most crucial feature on elucify. A button under this feature allows you to update all the information on all contacts contained therein. This feature is especially great because it also automatically saves everything after the update. Furthermore, you will find the latest contacts added.
Salesforce will check email addresses, current decision makers as well as phone numbers. The update usually takes between 5-10 seconds to complete.

ii. Privacy
Your details are always secure, claims this startup. With regards to privacy, the services helps to lock your account when you log out. This ensures that no third parties can track your activities Online.

iii. License Grant
The License grant acts as a permission to access the email & contact addresses provided in elucify. This is a limited access policy which provides a non-transferable license on the use of the services offered by elucify.

iv. Access for system services & third parties
Elucify enables users to retrieve data automatically from their systems as well as from any other third party services. This can come in handy for those who may want to share information that is not in their elucify account.

v. User data backup
You will also find that elucify provides for users to backup data on a daily basis. This helps to protect any crucial data on the Website from getting lost in case of some problem.
This California-based startup was developed by Mihir Deo, & launched in February 2015.

 

- This is a startup profile based on publicly available material & not a review - 

 
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