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Jinfo Newsletter No.522

Jinfo Newsletter 522

4th July

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Robin NeidorfBenchmark your information service.

Register for the top insights from our current Research Focus, "Benchmark information services - progressing towards transformation", delivered to your inbox.

You'll receive actionable ides and fresh tips on how to use our data to better understand your operations, strategies, resource allocations and opportunities.

Where to begin?

One of the (many) challenges in the world of business information, however, is to work out what makes an appropriate peer group for benchmarking. It's not industry, organisation size or even spending.

No, the starting point for Jinfo's 3+ years of benchmarking work is in a place you might not expect: line of reporting.

Our first insight delves into the "why" of this observation - get it in your inbox today.

What to do with it

Information teams are often asked by their stakeholders about available benchmarking data. But they are sometimes uncertain about what to do with the data once they have it.

Jinfo Consulting offers tailored reports based on our benchmarking data. Learn more about this service, which provides you with an exceptional view into how you compare with your peers and how best to take your service forward in your unique environment.

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Jinfo's benchmarking is one of the most anticipated projects of the year. Your Jinfo Subscription gets you access to all articles, reports, webinars and Community sessions produced as part of this Research Focus.

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Robin Neidorf
Director of Research and Head of Consulting

Applied benchmarking

As simple as "benchmarking" sounds, it can be complex to sort through the datapoints and understand how they apply (or don't apply) to you. With your Jinfo Subscription, you can join any of these upcoming webinars:

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A Jinfo Subscription connects your team with the practical tools, original research and expertise to build and support information strategy in your organisation.

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"Benchmark information services - progressing towards transformation"
Our Research Focus for July to September

Read about the Research Focus: Benchmark information services - progressing towards transformationNow in its third year, this Research Focus gives you tools, analysis and the original data you need in order to benchmark your information service against peers.

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