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In the final part of the review of Cortellis life sciences solutions, reviewer Yulia Aspinall looks at the value the products offer across the whole drug development cycle, plus the competitor landscape and product maturity and development plan.
Technology, search options and usage reporting are under scrutiny in the third part of Yulia Aspinall's review of the Cortellis solutions for the life sciences industry from Thomson Reuters. She also explores areas such as ease of navigation and visualisation options.
The content and sources of the Cortellis solutions for the life sciences industry are highlighted in the second part of Yulia Aspinall's review. She also looks at how the information is presented, analysis and visualisation options and how frequently the content is updated.
Yulia Aspinall introduces the Cortellis solutions for the life sciences industry, offering data from areas such as drug monographs, company records, patent reports, deal reports, regulations and generics activity. Information on more than 50,000 investigational drugs, 400,000 bioactive compounds, and 6 million biologically active patents is included. The platform contains over 15 million expert-curated reports featuring deal information, patents, literature and clinical trials data.
The competitor landscape and product maturity of StrategyEye Digital Media are examined in the final part of Jan Knight's review of this business intelligence (BI) product. She also looks at the value it offers corporate clients and investors interested in data and insights on technology companies, particularly those in start-up phase or are innovators or disruptors.
In the third part of Jan Knight's review of StrategyEye's Digital Media business intelligence (BI) product, she looks at the technology, scrutinising the search and filtering, as well as special features such as the Hot Companies, Deal Data and customised report options.
The final part of this review of Comintelli's Competitive Intelligence product Knowledge XChanger and the SaaS-based version, intelligence2day, examines the value it offers CI professionals, the competitive landscape and FreePint's view on the product maturity and development plan.
The third part of Libby Trudell's review of Comintelli Knowledge XChanger and its web-based product, intelligence2day, takes a dive into the technology behind the products, with a look at the user interface, search and output options.
In the second part of her review of business intelligence platform StrategyEye Digital Media, reviewer Jan Knight looks and the sources and content offered, including information on M&A, VC and partnership deals covering both established sectors and newer niche sectors of the technology industry.
In the first part of her review Jan Knight introduces StrategyEye Digital Media, a business intelligence platform serving the global technology markets. The product helps users be aware of, monitor and interpret corporate deals such as mergers and acquisitions (M&A), venture capital (VC) funding and partnering activities. More than 25,000 companies in over 200 industry categories are covered.
The second part of Libby Trudell's review of Comintelli Knowledge XChanger, a Competitive Intelligence product, plus its SaaS-based product, intelligence2day, examines the internal and external sources which can be included. The taxonomy development is also covered.
In this age of information explosion, traditional sources of intelligence gathering will just not be good enough. Competitive intelligence professionals need to find creative avenues to provide interesting and impactful insights that set them apart from their peers. Madhu Subramanian highlights creative free CI sources available online, including Google Trends and job boards.
Reviewer Libby Trudell introduces Comintelli and Knowledge XChanger, the company's flagship Competitive Intelligence product, plus its SaaS-based product, intelligence2day.
Yulia Aspinall explores the field of Competitive Intelligence as it relates to the pharmaceutical industry. She highlights key trends for CI professionals, paid and free sources, as well as identifying steps to best answer Key Intelligence Questions and to pinpoint Key Intelligence Topics.
Author Chris Porter assesses how the Avention service presents itself in relation to other offerings and where it fits in the range of other company information services, from news-focused aggregators to financial market data specialists.
Marc Limacher explores the importance of a systematic Competitive Intelligence capability for the biotech and life sciences industry - in order to support future-oriented decisions, to out-think the competition, or allocate R&D resources appropriately. He also highlights how important CI is in the IT industry with its short product lifecycles. The need to adhere to a code of ethics and ways to ethically and legally collect CI data are also discussed.
The third part of Chris Porter's review looks at the searching, filtering and monitoring capabilities within Avention, the successor to the OneSource Business Browser and iSell products, looking in particular at four new technology capabilities which the vendor has announced.
Chris Porter looks at company, executive, news and industry content coverage in Avention, the B2B company information service which is the successor to the OneSource Business Browser and iSell products.
Chris Porter looks at the new Avention product, a B2B information service providing information about companies, executives and industries which is the successor to the OneSource Business Browser and iSell products. The service is aimed in particular at sales and marketing professionals and researchers.
Competitive intelligence professionals face an uphill battle communicating their insights to internal stakeholders and inspiring action. New tools and techniques for effective communication can help ensure that your message is heard and acted upon. Wayne Jones highlights some of the best new tools, including Perspective, Prezi and Tableau as well as highlighting new visualisation features in well-known tools such as Excel.
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