Tactical, Operational & Strategic Analysis of Markets, Competitors & Industries
The i-intelligence team has pulled together a Taxonomy of OSINT Sources for you.
What constitutes an open source of intelligence? How many of these sources do you consult in the course of your work? And what format do they take?
These questions are not without merit. They inevitably pop up in the course of a seminar or consulting assignment. To help answer them, the i-intelligence team has pulled together a “Taxonomy of OSINT Sources”.
The taxonomy is…Continue
Added by Corine Löffel on February 20, 2012 at 3:59am — No Comments
Added by Derek Johnson on February 7, 2012 at 3:30pm — No Comments
As intelligence professionals we are great in doing research, collecting data and doing all sorts of analysis. From basic statistics all the way up to sophisticated multivariate analysis. Great! We are even capable to disseminate the findings in a decent format.
And then? Most of the time it stops.
Stakeholders see your findings, they may study it, but the question is: what will they do with it? Do they understand the implications and impact of the findings.
Added by Joost Drieman on February 4, 2012 at 10:03am — No Comments
Disposable income is a key growth driver for several industries in India such as consumer durables, automobiles, tourism, education, real estate, telecom, entertainment, BFSI and so on.
These industries are interested to know where the disposable income resides by geography, occupation, age, income group and so on, so that they are better able to target their products, sales efforts and marketing campaigns.…Continue
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