Watch out for word order when using Boolean operators with right-to-left search terms (e.g. Arabic, Persian). In order for Boolean operators to function, they need to stay between the relevant terms.
If searching for a term that ends with alef maksura (ي), be sure to replace that final alef maksura with ya (ى) or a wildcard operator. Conventional spelling in Iranian corporate records uses ya.
Company names, as provided in the Iranian Gazette, are sometimes informal names, abbreviations, or DBAs. The ILENC company registry provides the full legal name. Navigate between the two using the ten-digit company national identification number.
Always search ID numbers wrapped in wildcard operators. The Iranian Gazette commonly concatenates ID numbers with the preceding or following word (e.g. ۱۰۱۰۱۱۳۶۳۳۲بسمت.). A search for ۱۰۱۰۱۱۳۶۳۳۲ alone will not return that result, but a search for *۱۰۱۰۱۱۳۶۳۳۲* will.
Iranian public records provide dates in Persian numerals and the Jalali calendar. Sayari automatically translates those dates into Roman numerals and the Gregorian calendar, populating the translated date immediately below the original.
Persian numerals ۸۱۲۳۰۹۱ will not automatically match against their Arabic numeral counterparts 8123091. Be search to search both variations.