Amid rapid innovation, evolving industry standards, cost reductions, and intense competition, Netscribes helps technology companies stay agile with timely, strategic information and insights.
Clients use Netscribes market and technology intelligence for identifying market opportunities and making better business and investment decisions. We deliver specialized information and insights using primary and desk research, patent analytics, and social media analytics to meet the specific business needs of our clients.
Over 200 clients from the technology industry, including the top-five global IT firms and some of the world’s leading software, hardware, and high-tech companies, rely on Netscribes technology intelligence solutions for building a sustainable edge in their business.
We conduct in-depth market, technology, and competitive analysis to help you fully understand the market landscape and identify the challenges and opportunities posed by new technologies and global market forces.
Identify the innovation trends at a global level, technology areas that offer best growth potential, and the ways to best meet the needs of the market.
Get detailed and accurate business information, such as company and prospect profiles, financial health, M&A, end-to-end IT implementation analysis, and more, to drive more focused marketing and sales strategies.
Build your thought leadership and increase your company’s visibility with effective marketing and sales collateral.
Market and competitive intelligence studies for better decision-making
Relevant, accurate and timely data and information for specific business needs
Explore nascent technologies and identify opportunities for product development
Our holistic approach consolidates multi-dimensional data sources that cover economic and regulatory environments, trends, IP, competitors, prospects, clients, vendors, and partners across industries to meet all your market and technology intelligence needs. Our diverse range of technology market research services covers a broad range of industries including, but not limited to IT, CPG, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare, and Automotive.
E-commerce is steadily becoming an integral part of the FMCG sector. According to Nielsen, nearly nine out of 10 dollars of FMCG retail growth came from online channels over 2016-17. A number of categories, such as edible goods, personal care, healthcare, and pet care are witnessing dramatic e-commerce growth in major markets such as the US, UK, China, Japan, South Korea, and India.
The quest to increase manufacturing agility and reduce production costs has given rise to a new breed of machines – industrial robots. Industrial robots can perform a range of repeatable tasks with precision, speed, and consistent quality. As a result, they are highly coveted in automotive, electronics, metals, chemicals, and food manufacturing industries.
Technology is the backbone of e-commerce. Not only does it help connect sellers and customer on mobile and web platforms, but also enables the effective management of customer orders, deliveries, returns and payments of purchased goods.