CHAPEL HILL, N.C., March 18 /PRNewswire/ -- The key to collecting meaningful competitive intelligence is using multiple information sources to gather data. Companies use tools and techniques ranging in complexity from picking up the phone and calling a competitor, to monitoring the air emissions outside a Competitor's manufacturing plant. Best-in-class CI groups use a variety of methods and often experiment with new collection sources to ensure data gathering efforts cover as much ground as possible. According to research by Best Practices, LLC, a leading pharmaceutical research firm.
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The study suggests the benefits of collecting and synthesizing data from public documents to spot operational changes and how to have a better understanding about why to integrate the sales force into the competitive intelligence communication process to transmit information learned from the customers.
"Competitive Intelligence Case Studies and Techniques for Excellence -- Research Bundle Excerpt --" reflects the type of research that can be found inside the Best Practice Database, which contains about $35 million of primary research.
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