In the increasingly fast-paced financial industry, companies need to constantly evaluate the market and expand their offerings. There’s immense pressure to improve profitability and customer experience while adjusting to the disruption caused by Financial Technology (FinTech) companies. Netscribes helps you overcome these pressures by tracking the market trends, opportunities, and challenges in the financial services industry; identifying companies to invest in, and providing market and competitive intelligence on a continual basis. Some of the world’s leading financial institutions, private equity and venture capital firms, research companies, investment banks, and commercial banks have partnered with Netscribes for their market intelligence and marketing communication needs.
We identify, track and evaluate disruptive trends, financial data, M&A transactions, asset pools, innovations, and cross-border investment activities in the marketplace. We prepare detailed pitch books for your clients and are a trusted partner to major financial institutions for target identification, company profiling, and financial information and knowledge acquisition.
We analyze market data to help you grasp the emerging trends and consumer preferences, understand the competitive landscape, evaluate future opportunities, and prioritize investments. Our experienced financial market intelligence teams specialize in competitor benchmarking, new product research, and market viability assessments to aid strategic planning and decision-making.
We plan and develop marketing content assets, such as thought leadership articles, newsletters, website content and social media campaigns, to effectively promote your products and services. We also identify and track accounts using multiple data sources to help you acquire and onboard customers effectively.
We monitor social media platforms for customer feedback and complaints to help you respond to customer queries quickly, manage crisis situations, and protect your brand reputation online. Our social listening and monitoring services have helped a leading banking and financial services company achieve the fastest customer response rate in the industry and win The Most Customer Responsive Company award for three consecutive years.
Get an in-depth understanding of the present market conditions and technology landscape on an on-going basis to inform better business decisions
Keep track of the latest market-moving information, including company news, press releases, financials, M&A, customer reviews, and social signals
Comprehensive analysis of key decision makers within target companies to improve sales performance and resource utilization
We provide independent market and competitive intelligence services that utilize a variety of sources including primary and secondary research, social media, and proprietary non-public sources of information. Our diverse range of investment market research services cover a broad range of industries but not limited to Technology CPG, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare & Automotive. Clients trust us for our:
Superior research and process expertise
Data quality and accuracy
Proven track record of working with research firms and PE/ VC investors
Skilled researchers with over 15 years of experience
Effective policies on data secrecy
Robust IT infrastructure
Download this case study to find out how India’s leading banking and financial services provider achieved high-quality customer service and improved its reputation across online channels through social media listening and customer insights.
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