Bisnode, the leading European Data & Analytics company, acquires customer assets of AXON INSIGHT on 06.02.2020, thereby expanding its leading position in marketing and decisioning solutions for the banking and insurance industry in a targeted and strategic move.

The acquired customers will benefit from the combination of Bisnode’s comprehensive corporate and personal data with AXON INSIGHT’s market-leading network aggregation and visualisation capabilities.

“The combination delivers unprecedented insights into the lead-generation process for banks and insurance companies and leads to significantly higher close rates. We are very pleased to have further strengthened our position in the Swiss market” says Macario Juan, Managing Director, Bisnode Schweiz AG.

Markus Binzegger, CEO AXON INSIGHT continues, “With Bisnode we have found the ideal Smart Data & Analytics provider and I am more than convinced that we mutually will create the greatest possible value for our customers”.

For further information please contact
Macario Juan, Managing Director, Bisnode Schweiz AG,
Markus Binzegger, CEO, AXON INSIGHT,
Anna Albinsson, CMO Bisnode AB, +46 (0)73 1 585607,


AXON INSIGHT AG is a leading provider in the field of relationship analytics. With the help of first-class network analysis functions for processing data from company registers, news and corporate networks, meaningful insights can be determined to drive business development strategies. AXON Insight is part of the AXON Group, which develops pioneering solutions for its customers’ digital transformations with around 700 employees at 18 locations worldwide.

About Bisnode

Bisnode is a leading European provider of Data & Analytics with 2 100 employees in 19 countries. We help companies to find and manage customers throughout the entire customer lifecycle. With our Smart Data approach, companies can increase revenue and minimise losses. Bisnode is the largest strategic partner of Dun & Bradstreet, the global provider of business information.



BIIA Member Reciprocus acted as advisor to Axon