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Who Can Benefit From These Services?
In today’s fast changing business environment, the competitive intelligence organization can play a vital role in corporate success by helping companies anticipate and deploy strategic responses to external threats and opportunities. Competitive Intelligence is a relatively new corporate function that is often misunderstood, underdeveloped and undervalued.
These services contain valuable material for developing an effective and ethically compliant Competitive Intelligence function within an organization. Managers and executives in CI and CI-related groups can use these materials to compare critical elements of their operations with those of leading firms and competitors.