Wired Magazine cited Import Genius as a source of increasing transparency that could serve as its own stimulus to the U.S. economy.  In the article on the Obama administration's efforts to increase transparency in government, Wired magazine's Wired-O-Nomics column cited ImportGenius.com as a powerful tool for "breaking up government data monopolies." The authors assert that freeing up government data, whether in the form of census records, GPS transmissions or ocean freight bills of lading, are all movements toward greater transparency that once unleashed may serve as a valuable economic stimulus package in their own right. By organizing public records related to international trade, Import Genius provides companies with access to tremendously valuable information about the markets where they operate, allowing them to make better supply chain decisions, build stronger relationships with partners, and hone in on key sales prospects.