Study: US, Europe lag in competitive intelligence tech use

Chris Kanaracus
28 Aug 2008

A new survey by advisory firm Fuld & Company finds that companies in Israel, India, Sweden and Brazil are on average using more sophisticated competitive intelligence technology than ones in the United States, Great Britain, France or Germany.

In general, competitive intelligence software programs collect, analyze and display information around discrete topics, such as monitoring a company's reputation by gathering message board comments or keeping up-to-date on competitors' pricing. They are considered a cousin to BI (business intelligence) systems.

>>Full story

-- Network World (US)

Related content

Follow Telecom Asia Sport!
No Comments Yet! Be the first to share what you think!
This website uses cookies
This provides customers with a personalized experience and increases the efficiency of visiting the site, allowing us to provide the most efficient service. By using the website and accepting the terms of the policy, you consent to the use of cookies in accordance with the terms of this policy.