- by Patrick Cooney on 27/08/2020

Over the last few months, we have had a large increase in demand for VAT Number availability within our Company and Credit Reports. As a result, we are delighted to announce that this feature is now live! It is now easier than ever to find the VAT number of any company registered in the Republic of Ireland.

How to find VAT Numbers on CRIF Vision-net

Finding the Vat number of any Irish company has never been easier. Simply login to you Vision-net.ie account, search for the company you are looking for and either choose the company or credit report. From either of these reports the VAT number can be viewed from the 'Company Vitals' section. This new VAT number check has been included in your current package free of charge as an additional data field for the next 2 months.

Bulk VAT Number Generation

If you are looking to update your entire customer database, CRIF Vision-net can generate, in batch files, the VAT Numbers of all companies on your ledger or CRM. Simply contact us today on Tel: 01 903 2657 or Email: info.vision-net@crif.com for more information. We can offer you the most competitive rates for VAT Number matching on the market.

VAT Number Uses

There are multiple reasons as to why you or your company would want access to VAT numbers.

- Confirm that the VAT number provided by companies you deal with it exists and is valid. This may save time and effort after the transaction when re-claiming VAT.

- Many companies look to hold the VAT numbers of their regular customers/suppliers on file to allow for easy processing. By using Vision-net.ie it is easy to find and identify the VAT numbers of your all if your trading partners in one convenient location.

To find out more about our VAT number data - simply call Tel: 01 903 2657 or Email: info.vision-net@crif.com

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