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   Zooming in on the Body Camera Market
By: IBISWorld Analyst, Nate Gelman In recent years, public protests have erupted over cell-phone video recordings that document law enforcement officers using lethal force in the field.
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   Using Market and Category Intelligence to Achieve Procurement Goals
To do your job well, you need market, supplier and category information that is accurate, unbiased and up-to-date.
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   Detecting Fake News and Baloney During Procurement Research
By: Jeanette Jones, Founder of Cottrill Research LLC It is unfortunate, but over the past year the term “fake news” has evolved into an overexposed, meaningless buzzword.
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   Video: Intro to IBISWorld Procurement Research
Wondering what our online procurement research reports look like and what kind of useful information you’ll find within them? Watch this brief video as one of IBISWorld’s Senior Client Relationship Managers walks you through exactly what you’ll find and how you can apply our data to your procurement procedures.
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   Global Sourcing with IBISWorld Procurement Research
As the business world becomes more interconnected on a global scale, it’s important to have tools that are applicable to your work both domestically and internationally.
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   A Global Gas Market Is Only Natural
By: IBISWorld Analyst, Thomas LarsonNever has natural gas been so widely accessible.
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   After Weak Demand, Global Airfreight Market to Take Off
As originally published in SupplyChainBrainBy: IBISWorld Analyst, Ashley Cruz International and domestic air cargo transportation services have shown tepid signs of recovery in the years following the recession, with estimated average price growth of only 0.2% and 0.3% each year from 2013 to 2016, respectively.
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   Panama Canal Expansion Spurs Growth in the Shipping Market and Beyond
By: IBISWorld Analyst, Ashley Cruz For 103 years, the Panama Canal has been a crucial conduit of international cargo transportation, saving shippers up to two weeks in transit times and thousands of dollars in transportation costs, compared to other routes.
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   If You’re Still Using Google for Category Research, You’re Doing It Wrong
By: IBISWorld Staff Writer, Hilary O'Brien When you settle in to begin preliminary research on a new category, where do you start? Like any living, breathing person these days, you probably open up a browser and start typing queries into your preferred search engine.
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   Procurement, Are You Driving Your Organization Forward?
By: IBISWorld Content Marketer, Ashley McKayAs indirect procurement continues climbing — growing $4.9 trillion per year as of 2017 — and roughly $649 billion of all indirect spend gets wasted, the need for market intelligence is obvious.
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   Case Study Santa Clara
Using Procurement Research to Save Time and MoneyThe County of Santa Clara used IBISWorld’s Procurement reports as a source of incisive intelligence to cut costs and reduce sourcing lead time.Procurement’s ChallengeWhen the Procurement Department of Santa Clara County came to IBISWorld, it had some pretty lofty goals.
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   No Matter the Category, We've Got a Report For It
IBISWorld’s Procurement Research Reports help procurement and purchasing professionals gain the knowledge and expertise they need to make informed sourcing decisions.
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   IBISWorld Launches the Procurement Insider
IBISWorld, the leading publisher of indirect category research, announces the launch of the Procurement Insider.
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   Client Case Study: RPI
Top Tech University Saves Over $100k Using Category IntelligencePlus, the Procurement Services Department discovers time savings.ChallengeThe Procurement Services Department at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) takes pride in acquiring products and services aimed at delivering the best value to campus.
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   Client Q&A with Peter Z. McKay, Business Librarian at the University of Florida
By: AdministratorThis month, we caught up with Peter Z.
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   IBISWorld Launches Fast Tracks
By: IBISWorld Content Marketer, Ashley McKay Make our data and research work for you! At IBISWorld, we’re always looking for ways to make your job easier! And, after an overwhelmingly positive response to our proposed redesign, we’ve changed the way you view our website.
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   Client Q&A with Rob Handfield, Executive Director of NC State University’s Supply Chain Resource Cooperative
By: AdministratorThis month, we caught up with Rob Handfield, Executive Director of NC State University’s Supply Chain Resource Cooperative, to find out what’s going on in the supply chain management world.
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   How to Handle a Last-Minute Sourcing Meeting Like a Pro
By: IBISWorld Staff Writer, Savannah George How many times has it happened to you? You’re in the zone, plugging away at your desk, when all of a sudden you get called into a last-minute meeting about a new product that an internal business unit just has to have – and now.  With only 10 minutes to spare, how do you quickly arm yourself with enough information to speak intelligently about the subject? Like most people, your first stop is probably a quick Google search.
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   A Leading Financial Services Company Scores a Trifecta of Success
How Market Intelligence helped Save Money, Reduce Risk and Set Strategy Procurement’s Challenge Historically, a leading financial services company contracted with multiple security service partners across ten separate locations through labor and services agreements.
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   Public Procurement & Negotiating in Difficult Markets
By: IBISWorld Analyst, Jessie Henley In the face of changing political landscapes, fluctuating commodity costs and increasing globalization, public procurement faces a range of buying environments where they lack the upper hand.
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   New FAA Guidelines Pave Way for Expanding Commercial Drone Sales
By: IBISWorld Analyst, Sean WindleLOS ANGELES – June 24, 2016 – After years of patchwork regulation, missed deadlines and ambiguity, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced guidelines for the use of commercial drones on Tuesday.
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   Client Q&A with Suzanne Aquino, Global Category Manager at Chain IQ
By: AdministratorThis month, we caught up with Suzanne Aquino, Global Category Manager – Outsourcing, Offshoring and Professional Services, at Chain IQ to find out what’s going on in her world of procurement.
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   Playing it Safe: Prioritizing Cybersecurity for Government
By: IBISWorld Staff Writer, Mallory WeilerCybercrime, although most frequently thought of in terms of hackings on individual businesses, has been increasingly aimed directly at the governmental level.
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   Contract Renewal: Is this Price Increase Justified?
By: IBISWorld Staff Writer, Savannah GeorgeYour product or service renewal is approaching and the supplier has just notified you that your annual rate will increase.
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   Drones Set to Help Businesses Take Off
As originally published in ISM's Inside Supply Management By: IBISWorld Analyst, Sean Windle Sales of commercial drones totaled US$600,000 in 2016, according to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
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   Is Your Network Protected? Cyber Crime in the Age of Information
By: IBISWorld Staff Writer, Mallory Weiler Within the last four years, online security and data breaches have grown increasingly threatening, compromising big name companies such as Target, Home Depot and Sony Corporation.
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   Beyond Factory Robots: The Impact of Automation on Price Growth
By: IBISWorld Analyst, Torsten Edstam In recent years, automation’s effect on the manufacturing sector has been well chronicled.
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   Insider Tips: 5 Ways to Make Life Easier for Public Procurement Officials
By: IBISWorld Writer, Hilary O'BrienEach year, public procurement professionals at all levels of government are asked to do more work with fewer resources.
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