CI Radar's New Competitive Intelligence to Provide Better Insights in Data Visualization Market
FREMONT, CA: CI Radar, a provider of competitive intelligence solutions for businesses, announces new tracking and monitoring tools covering key vendors in data visualization sector. The latest solution includes expanded coverage, daily monitoring and market analysis, reports EIN Presswire.
With availability of new data and information, analyzing data for an efficient and quick visualization is very essential for companies. Charts and graphs that present the millions of data points a company can collect each day is a service that is increasingly in demand. CI Radar’s dashboard coverage of the data visualization market will provide insight into these product and solution areas along with analysis helping vendors to optimize their go-to market strategy and make better strategic and tactical decisions.
CI Radar users can add additional competitors and important market segments to their dashboard for detailed filtering and analysis on specific business requirements. CI Radar’s competitive intelligence services can be modified for industry relevancy terms, alert categories, key intelligence subjects and market keywords. It can empower users with sensitive competitive intelligence information including competitor customer identification, head-to-head market exposure, R&D plans and roadmaps, pricing changes, potential competitive threats, internal vulnerabilities, financial snapshots and trademark misuse reports.
The company’s latest solution can optimize sales and market spending by understanding competitor tactics. It helps organizations in making better decisions and gain wisdom over using generic tools like Google News alerts, clipping services or other vendors. CI Radar’s coverage of the data visualization market includes the following companies such as Adobe, APCON, Dell, GoodData, Informatica, IBM, Microsoft, Panaroma Software, Qlik, Salesforce, SAP, TIBCO and Virur.
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