Grow your business by targeting opportunities in private and public markets
The dashboards cover thousands of entities, including the competitors of the companies and their investors. This allows them to find growth opportunities, place the business positions of the given organization into the general landscape and find options for cooperative agreements. Matching tool for investors and companies is set to resolve these goals.
Dashboards are developed to become the handful tool for business development managers in order to help to locate the investors in the niche, understand the strong and weak sides of other market players and identify partners to secure future growth.
Let's make some examples
No matter which dashboard you are currently using, your left tab works as a navigation tool, where you can access the dashboard's pages. Here you will find the Investors tab. Click on tab and request Freemium access!
Big Data Analytics Dashboards provide users with the tool to identify the partners to enter into collaborative or investment agreements. Leverage the matching tool based on AI algorithms able to find the business interdependencies between entities. Click the Investors button on the navigation bar, select the interested investor and use the matching tool to get insights on promising partnerships.
You can map competitors' landscapes for each entity represented in the Big Data Analytics Dashboards with a few clicks. To do this, press the Competitors tab on the navigation bar, select the type of the organization (investor or company) and run a search. You will instantly get the list of investors, competitors and their portfolio companies.
Save your time for conducting the assessment of the potential business partners. Select the profile of several organizations you are interested in and get the required information and the evaluation of its performance across multiple parameters.
In order to bring to the front a given SWOT or to access details of the companies, click on the company's name at the top left of the pop-up. The Comparative mode consists of two columns. The first one on the left presents general information about the companies. On the right, you can see a SWOTs comparison.