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Strategy Radar ™

Strategy Radar is a unique intelligence system of early warning on industry threats and opportunities, which regularly delivers quality information necessary for corporate planning and decision-making to managers' e-mail boxes.

Strategy Radar is much more than just a mere monitoring of media and other information resources. Rather than a clipping service, it can be percieved as outsourced competitive intelligence based on thorough selection and verification of the most important information from various and often hardly-obtainable resources.

Receiving such warnings on a monthly (or shorter) basis directly to an e-mail box allows managers to obtain the selection of only the most relevant (industry-specific), compact (abstracted) and up-to-date (often available earlier than from any other resources) information and knowledge necessary for strategic and tactical decision-making and planning. In Strategy Radar, the emphasis is on quality, rather than quantity, of information delivered, which is extremly important in today's overflow of information fragments pouring in through various channels. 

"Strategy Radar provides us with a one-stop-shop overview on the happenings in our industry, which allows us to focus on our work rahter than spending hours by reading through printed media or other information resources. Thus, the greatest benefit of Strategy Radar for me and my colleagues lies especially in time saving. And that is important and valuable not only for logistic managers."

Tomáš Chmura, Logistic Manager - Automotive, DSV Slovakia s.r.o.

At the moment, Strategy Radar is only available for the Transport & Logistics industry in Central Europe. To receive a free copy or other information on Strategy Radar, call +421-31-7878811 or use a contact form.

Strategy Radar - Transport & Logistics - Archive of Selected Headlines: 2009, 2008

 

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