neal goldman
Founder's Story

I'm Neal, founder of RelSci. In 2004, I sold my first company to Standard and Poor's. Building and selling this company forced me to morph from a product guy into a salesman. I learned then that a critical part of doing business is knowing and getting in front of the right people.

In 2010, I created RelSci, the product I wish I had when I really needed to get in front of the people who can get things done for a business. We raised $88 million by targeting powerful investors like Kenneth Langone, who immediately recognized that leveraging relationships to reach high-value target individuals was exactly how they'd been successful in their careers. And they all appreciated the key piece of how we'd solved the puzzle - integrating public data and presenting it in an actionable way.

We've now brought you that same competitive edge. Our relationship mapping tool empowers you to propel your career by discovering new relationships, advancing existing ones, and maximizing every opportunity.

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What is
Relationship Capital

Relationship Capital is all relationships within and between organizations. It's often an intangible element of your company's capital and notoriously difficult to measure, yet it is universally agreed to be critical to the success and growth of any venture.

Showcase

The Doe Fund
The Doe Fund
When an organization's founders have been committed to a cause for over 30 years, the result is an incredibly well-developed network of support. The challenge? How to maintain that institutional knowledge and use the strategic partnerships for maximum impact.
The YMCA
The YMCA
"I want to end the silence in board meetings." said Gary Laermer, Chief Development Officer at the Y of Greater NY. Find out what he's filled the silence with to keep his donor pool evergreen.
Changing Our World
Changing Our World
Changing our World, a national nonprofit consultancy, wanted to quickly target the low hanging fruit to close in on deals faster than ever before. Here's how relationship intelligence has helped them bring in new prospects.

Data Methodology

We utilize four unique methods of gathering data to develop our robust profiles.

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1. Web Data Extraction
RelSci has thousands of webcrawlers collecting updates as soon as they happen. New webcrawlers are added every day to continue increasing RelSci's coverage.
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2. News Parsing
RelSci filters content from RSS feeds and news aggregators to capture additional information for profiles and to create custom news alerts.
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3. Verified Data Sources
To build comprehensive, unified and up-to-date profiles, RelSci combines and curates data from vendors such as FactSet and Morningstar Data
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4. In-House Research Team
150+ researchers gather additional information to further develop profiles, augment coverage, and cater to client requests.
Blog
Blog
The RelSci blog features up-to-date best practices for networking, fundraising, finding investors and donors, client acquisition, and much more! Subscribe to stay informed on everything you need to leverage your contacts for your business goals.
Pro Edition
Pro Edition
For Individual User
Reveal common paths to target individuals and companies. Find donors or investors. Create actionable alerts on people you care about.
Enterprise Edition
Enterprise Edition
For Organizational User
Access your entire team's Relationship Capital and share reports with colleagues. Reveal paths to highly-targeted prospect lists. Get ongoing support from a dedicated account manager.