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The increasing prevalence of digital discovery of information highlights how important data is to organisations and information professionals need to be able to keep ahead of this fast-changing world. This article looks at some of the top business intelligence trends for this year such as data discovery and real-time analytics. It also covers augmented data and analytics and the Internet of Things and looks at how information professionals can ensure they're keeping up.
Comintelli's Intelligence2day is a cloud-based competitive intelligence platform that provides a single point of access to multiple sources of information, both internal and external. Jinfo reviewed the product earlier this year and, in this case study, we see how Comintelli partnered with a Germany-based manufacturer to implement Intelligence2day so it could more effectively share information across the company.
The final part of our product review of Northern Light's SinglePoint, which provides a single point of access to all of a client's internal and external research information, offers our overall view of the product, including its potential in helping clients maximise the value they get from their internal and external content. We also highlight the help and training that's available, the competitive landscape including WideNarrow and Aurora FirstLight, and the company's product development plans and pricing.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/3250
Inzyon is a management consulting company dedicated to supporting customers to develop and improve their capability to identify and make use of insights in all areas of their business. Jinfo recently spoke to Gabriel Anderbjörk, CEO of the company, to find out a bit more about the company and how it helps organisations uncover their real value to enable better business decisions.
In the third part of our product review of Northern Light's SinglePoint, which provides a single point of access for all of a client's research information, we look at the technology behind the product's search functionality, how users can collaborate and share their research content, and the wide range of administrative options available.
The second part of our latest product review of Northern Light's SinglePoint, which provides a single point of access for all of a client's internal and external research information, looks at the wide range of content that's supported within the product. This part lists the content partners, including Informa, Clarivate Analytics, EBSCO and Mintel, as well as the languages supported.
Northern Light's SinglePoint provides a single point of access for all of a client's internal and external research information. In the first part of our latest product review, we provide some background information on the company and product, see what's changed since we last looked at the product in 2016, and examine the key advantages SinglePoint brings to its users.
In the final part of our product review of M-Brain Intelligence Plaza, reviewer Jan Knight reveals the areas in which the product provides value, and where it falls short. She considers how it stacks up against competitors like Comintelli's Intelligence2day, Digimind, Wide Narrow, and Cipher's Knowledge360 and looks at M-Brain's plans for future functionality. The company's training, help and support options are also discussed.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/3100
Newsletters, alerts, dashboards and administration are just a few of the areas covered in part 3 of our product review of M-Brain Intelligence Plaza. Reviewer Jan Knight reveals in detail how the dashboard works and how it can be customised, as well as how the search system works and the usefulness of its filters for drilling down into content.
In part 2 of our review of M-Brain Intelligence Plaza, we take a look at the market intelligence tool's workflow and how M-Brain's existing clients use its features. We summarise the ways in which users can view and share information, how M-Brain works with clients to help set up external and internal content feeds, what insights can be gained and what information can be stored.
We last reviewed M-Brain Intelligence Plaza, a market and competitive intelligence platform, in 2015. This easy-to-use tool, which collates data from both internal and external sources, has since been enhanced with more personalisation options, customisable views and news reader apps for both Android and iOS. Read part one of our latest product review to find out about Intelligence Plaza, the value it provides for users and administrators, and the company's future plans.
Open source intelligence (OSINT) uses publicly available sources to gather intelligence for purposes ranging from basic recruitment checks on an individual to due diligence research for M&A purposes to in-depth fraud investigations and more. Search engines are the starting point, but deep web databases and social media searches are all part of the OSINT searchers toolkit. This article discusses approaches for finding open source intelligence with a focus on free sources.
What are some of the myths around AI, and should you be using smart technology or cutting-edge technology in your current awareness service or use of intelligence systems?
In the final part of our review of Digimind Intelligence, we examine how it performs in areas such as monitoring web and social media and enterprise-wide publishing, and plans for future developments. We also look at the competitor landscape, from Hootsuite to Commetric, Factiva and Comintelli.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/3064
In part 3 of our review of the Digimind Intelligence platform for market intelligence professionals, we review the search and user interface, built around three different user experiences; the wide range of options for publishing and sharing information; and the administration functions.
Current awareness continues to be a key focus for many information centres with the availability of more options than ever before. This article looks back at some of the content Jinfo has published over recent months in the Research Focus "Intelligence systems - beyond awareness to action", in relation to the provision of current awareness, content aggregation services, and intelligence systems and gives readers a chance to reflect on some of the issues involved when choosing a current awareness or intelligence platform.
In part 2 of our review of market intelligence and web monitoring platform, Digimind Intelligence, we review how to set up search queries, key sources covered - from blogs to videos. We also look at industry sectors covered and news aggregator connectors, including the link with Factiva.
The final part of our product review of Knowledge360 from Cipher Systems LLC, an end-to-end competitive intelligence platform designed to support market analysis, we take a look at the product's value, help and training, future development plans, and we also highlight some of the key competitors in the field along with pricing information.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/3062
The third part of our product review of Knowledge360 from Cipher Systems LLC, an end-to-end competitive intelligence platform designed to support market analysis, looks at the technological side of the product including customisation features, search and save content and how users can create projects to collaborate. We also focus on its visualisation options, in the form of dashboard widgets, and look at its Web Watch feature and use of machine learning and NLP.
The second part of our product review of Knowledge360 from Cipher Systems LLC, an end-to-end competitive intelligence platform designed to support market analysis, takes an in-depth look at the content available including global and regional data, as well as third-party and internal content. It also explores the company and sandbox dashboards which are the key ways for users to interact with and consume information in Knowledge360.
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