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In the final part of our updated product review of Factiva, Dow Jones' premium news and business information service, we take a look at its new customer support site, launched in July of this year. We also explore the competitor landscape, which is made up of LexisNexis, Naviga's NewsEdge, ISI Emerging Markets and Meltwater and Cision, D&B's Hoovers and Alacra, Manzama, InfoDesk, and Northern Light's SinglePoint.
Note: Full review in Subscription Report (PDF)
The third part of Jinfo's updated product review of Factiva, Dow Jones' premium news and business information service, looks at how the company continues to invest in both its technology and content to meet the needs of its users. In particular, we highlight Factiva Labs, launched in November 2019, which allows members to provide feedback on new features, its new mobile app, and its developer portal, which helps developers build apps using news and data from Dow Jones, including the Factiva content set.
In the second part of our updated product review of Factiva, Dow Jones' premium news and business information service, we focus on some of its newer content with the addition of sources from 98 countries in 21 languages, along with the results of its annual content survey.
The first part of our updated product review of Factiva, Dow Jones' premium news and business information service, provides an overview of the company and product, highlights its key advantages, looks at how it has changed since our last review and what future developments are in the pipeline.
Since Jinfo last reviewed Factiva, Dow Jones' premium news and business information service, there have been quite a few changes. As well as the addition of hundreds of new sources, its geographic coverage has also been expanded along with a new focus on globally important industries.
In the final part of Jinfo's new product review of premium global news database Factiva, we take a look at its value, the help and training available, key future product development plans and pricing. We also examine the competitor landscape, which includes Nexis, Naviga's NewsEdge, and ISI Emerging Markets in the traditional business news and information market, along with Meltwater, Cision, D&B's Hoovers, Alacra, Manzama Insights, and InfoDesk in the media monitoring space.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/3233
In the third part of our new product review of Factiva, global news aggregator, we explore some of its latest enhancements, particularly in relation to its search performance and interface. We also take a closer look at Dow Jones Intelligent Indexing and its migration to a full machine learning model, its API and wide range of uses, as well as the various reports that are available to administrators.
In the second part of our updated product review of Factiva, global news aggregator, we look at some of the content that has been added since our last review, as well as user feedback from Factiva's annual content survey.
In the first part of our new in-depth product review of Factiva, Dow Jones' premium news aggregation service, we highlight its key advantages and provide an overview of the company and product. In addition, we outline some of the main changes that have been incorporated since our last review and take a look at likely future developments.
Our new in-depth product review of Factiva, Dow Jones' premium news aggregation service, looks at how this news database and research platform has evolved since our last full review a couple of years ago.
Introduces Dow Jones and Factiva and highlights the value the...
In this mini review we look at AnythingResearch, a provider of market research, industry trends, business reports and financial ratios on up to 1,300 US industry and market sectors. As well as looking at the company and product, we also look at its users and value, its content and competitors, who cover a range of domestic as well as international markets and include, Markets and Markets, Grand View Research, GlobalData, and IBISWorld.
Diligencia's ClarifiedBy provides company information in 67 countries across MENA and Sub-Saharan Africa. It gathers public record data from a range of official sources which is cleaned, indexed, analysed and cross-referenced to build accurate and comprehensive company records. Jinfo recently spoke to Ben Hedger, regional head in Dubai, and Nameer Kanderian, the company's brand director, to find out more about the company and its ethos and future plans.
In the third part of our product review of CEIC's CDMNext, a platform that delivers economic and investment research to economists, analysts, investors, corporations, and universities around the world, we take a look at its search features, in particular, the use of insights, which are datasets based on a selection of time-series. We also look at its output options and how data can easily be downloaded in Excel, PDF, PNG or JPG.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/3120
In the second part of our product review of CEIC's CDMNext, a platform that delivers economic and investment research to economists, analysts, investors, corporations, and universities around the world, we explore the wealth of data and variety of sources on offer. With main indicators including business & economic surveys, government & public finance, bank statistics and more. It also looks at its three main database offerings which include the Global Databases, the Premium Databases and World Trend Plus.
CEIC offers macro and microeconomic data from global primary sources, particularly for emerging economies. We last reviewed the product in 2011 and it has since enhanced its data coverage and sources so we decided to revisit the product, with a particular focus on CDMNext, its platform that...
The EMED databases provide in-depth data for emerging markets, including statistics and macroeconomic data.
This report gives an overview of EMED and seven of its sources covering emerging markets and the developing world.
Continuing our in-depth product review of The Business Research Company's Global Market Model, part 3 covers the tool's technology, search function and interface. We look at the practical side of drilling down into market data and competitor intelligence, its administrative and sharing functions, and what goes into its detailed reports.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/3108
Part 2 of our in-depth review of The Business Research Company's Global Market Model examines the quantity and scope of its research sources, what it will tell you about your chosen market, 50+ geographies and 150,000 datasets, and how the data is checked. Plus, we drill down into industry sectors and the tool's analytics function.
Global Market Model by The Business Research Company is a market intelligence tool designed to help companies find new customers, understand competitors and analyse thousands of markets in 60 geographies around the world, including emerging markets.
It serves large businesses with multiple...
In part 1 of our review of Global Market Model, we look at the organisations and business roles that would benefit most from using the tool, how it can save users' time, how frequently it's updated and what makes it stand out from other market research tools. We also outline the other services provided by The Business Research Company (TBRC).
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