'Relationship Science' may sound like the latest online stop to find a date, but in fact this data-driven startup is squarely focused on the type of courtship that results in fruitful business dealings.

"I consider insurance to be a tremendous relationship-oriented business," Relationship Science Founder Neal Goldman said recently in an interview with PC360. "Staying connected and close to your clients is critical" as well as being "ahead of the curve" when it comes to anticipating the needs of producers and prospects, he said.

Industry-specific intelligence

Goldman's company just launched a free "News & Alerts" service that capitalizes on proprietary technology to provide professionals with curated industry- and business-specific intelligence. The Relationship Science software combs "hundreds of thousands of sources not available in a single place anywhere else," according to a press release about the enhanced service, and then provides subscribers with a thorough, customized daily dossier on pertinent individuals, companies and industries.

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Elana Ashanti Jefferson

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