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The Company Lookalikes strategy by Automata analyzes the text on company websites and searches the web for other companies that produce similar content. This can provide a much more granular view into the space in which the target company operates and can provide outboudn sales insights you may have missed with traditional "industry" or "company size" filters.
Marketing strategies are quite similar to investing. Identifying who to target and how to target them is similar to deciding where to distribute investment funds. It might be time to start marketing like an investor.
Hiring patterns are an exceptional way to gain insight into a company's current and future activities. As projects come and go and technology advances around them, its workforce composition must adapt to keep up with market trends.
The emerging growth company indicator is a critical trigger point that should put an organization on the map to track future activity and capitalize on their increasing need for products and services.
The rate of change in markets and business practices demands agile thinking. Access to the fundamental components of your marketing solutions allows you to quickly adapt in an environment that continues to reward customization.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has now been around for several decades and promises to change the way you live your life. In fact, most technology you use every day already operates using AI concepts like machine learning and natural language processing. Although we're quite far from a universal AI machine that can learn and understand as arbitrarily as humans do, an increased availability of computing resources and advanced algorithms facilitate the use of AI concepts in data analysis and insight identification. A recent IBM-sponsored Harvard Business Review report outlines the trend of many organizations towards an increasingly data-driven decision making process using both internal and external data and advanced analytics to compete in an "insight economy".