For over 17 years, Netscribes has been helping organizations, technology providers, and R&D teams combat the threat of disruption and build a competitive advantage with comprehensive technology research and insights.
Our ability to draw upon the knowledge based on primary and secondary research, patent and scientific data and social media analytics helps us provide the most comprehensive and accurate information to support your technology strategy.
Clients use our research to:
Understand the market and competitive landscape for focus technologies and uncover opportunities for growth and market entry. We identify whitespaces across markets and define go-to-market strategies based on the technology market landscape, including the cultural, infrastructural, and regulatory landscape, and end-user needs.
Track new innovation and adoption trends at a global level, understand their potential impact on your business eco-system and identify technology areas that provide the best commercial opportunity.
We translate complex technical and scientific information, derived from various private and public patent databases, into meaningful insights to support better decision making around technology planning, strategy, and commercialization.
We conduct sales enablement studies to provide account intelligence, battle cards, executive profiling, newsletters, and more to support different stages of the pre-sales and business development processes.
Our multi-disciplinary team of Ph.D. holders, engineers, statisticians, economists, and business management consultants has the ability to translate highly technical information into meaningful insights for better decision making. Our extensive domain expertise and meticulous approach help us provide deeper levels of insights than others in the industry. We’re more than just a research provider. We help you prepare for opportunity by empowering you with the knowledge required for strategic decisions.
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.
In 2017, the world experienced some of the worst cases of cybersecurity breaches. From credit agency Equifax’s data breach affecting over 143 million consumers to the tyranny of the WannaCry ransomware program that crippled the National Health Service hospitals in the United Kingdom, among many others.
The 2017 data breach at Equifax shook the American and global market to its core. With more than 143 million consumers affected, the world once again was acutely aware of its digital vulnerabilities.