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Our most information-savvy customers – librarians -- find the Best Practice Database to be a unique source of business intelligence. With practical detail based on primary survey and interview research with top executives at Fortune 500 companies, it holds a special niche among other valued information resources. The Best Practice Database contains three types of information:
1) Metric-focused presentations to do gap analyses
2) Written best practices with detailed company examples
3) Case studies of specific companies’ success stories

Read what our customers say about how they find the research in the Best Practice Database:

“The Best Practice Database is a unique resource we use to provide tremendous value to our internal clients.”
--Research Librarian, Global Financial Service Institution

"The Database is also large and offers a diverse listing of topics. Other memberships have databases that you pay extra for, and they’re not as good as the Best Practice Database."
--Leslie Pemberton, Director of Administrative Productivity, Sonoco Products

“The Best Practice Database is uniquely packaged and accessible. It provides a 'one stop shopping' location where one can go and research specific best practice topics. The specific detail offered in a 'this-is-how-we-did-it' approach is not found in other resources."
--Bob Kelly, (Former) Electronic Selection Librarian , University of Michigan's Ross School of Business

"This is a niche Database with concise research summaries that cannot be found easily, if at all, anywhere else for what is a reasonable price." --Rita Moss, Business & Economics Librarian, UNC-Chapel Hill

“The benchmarking information found in the Database is unique. We are very cautious about how we spend our resources, and we enthusiastically have renewed our membership to the Database. In the last year alone, we accessed 691 research studies in the Database with a primary research value of over $2.8 million!”
--Jim Chestnut, Manager of Scientific & Business Information Solutions, Quintiles

“This information is difficult to find anywhere else --even if the general topic is addressed in journal publications. The articles in the Best Practice Database are uniquely practical, actionable and detailed.”
--Executive, A Top 15 Pharmaceutical Company

“The Best Practice Database is a unique source. You cannot find this information in the traditional literature. Without the Best Practice Database, we would have had to spend a lot of time on primary research to put together the information.” --Nancy Lemon, Leader of Knowledge Resources, Owens Corning

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