Facebook is moving quickly to launch a product that allows users to search by business name and then search by a business plan, according to two people familiar with the project.
The product, known as Business Plan Search, will allow users to see the local business plan details of local businesses and then see how much they earn from each, the people said.
It is unclear whether the product will be available in the United States.
The project, dubbed Business Plan Finder, is part of Facebook’s broader effort to provide businesses and investors with more information about its business model.
The company has been working to create an alternative to traditional financial reporting that is more easily digestible to investors.
For years, Facebook has been trying to develop a financial app that would allow users and investors to search the company’s business database for businesses and see their financial information, such as their profitability, revenue and expenses.
The platform has been plagued by glitches and other technical issues, and it has been slow to roll out.
The company’s chief financial officer, Ben Soderberg, recently said the company is ready to roll the product out in a matter of weeks, but there has been no timeline for when it will be released to the public.
Business Plan Finder is expected to debut in the coming months.