ArchIntel, a provider of concise actionable open source market and competitive intelligence reports to business leaders, has released its first compendium called, “The State of Competitive Intelligence: Through the Lens of the Competitive Intelligence Executive.”
The compendium summarizes the insights provided by the field’s leading CI practitioners to the US federal sector from the first 22 interviews of ArchIntel’s “Competitive Intelligence Spotlight” Series, featuring:
Anthony Verna of Cubic Mission Solutions
Chad Ehrmantraut of Perspecta
Joel Koerber of ICF
Todd Fitzgerald of Leidos
Jennifer Kauffman of Cybercore Technologies
Valerie Roberts of Jacobs
Tim Tibbits of Concurrent Technologies
Chris Reichert of Hexagon US Federal
John Foley of DSA
Amy Hutchins of IBM
Adam Harrison of PAE
Steven Stratton of Forcepoint
Gerald Werner of Maximus
Jeremy Ross of Trace Systems
Lisa Faherty-Vance of Vectrus
Ezmeralda Sager of Booz Allen Hamilton
John Steckel of AMERICAN SYSTEMS
Rick Herrmann of Intel
Ronald “Fog” Hahn of Amentum
Becky John of ECS Tech and counting…
“‘The State of Competitive Intelligence’ Compendium provides an inside look from the firsthand experiences of competitive intelligence executives of consequence who personally drive company success through a fiercely competitive landscape while collecting and analyzing the highest quality analytic and predictive information available,” said Jim Garrettson, CEO of ArchIntel.
“CI practiced ethically and with discipline best allocates an organization’s resources towards the most promising opportunities while improving the company itself through informed product and service enhancement,“ Garrettson continued.
As an industry leading firm in the competitive intelligence field and competitive intelligence reporting, ArchIntel offers the compendium to inform the government contracting (GovCon) and federal markets about the current challenges and drivers of success that affect the state of open- source competitive intelligence.
While competitive intelligence is driven by competition and technology, it’s also driven by a “Community of Common Concern (CCC)” and the highest possible standard of ethics to maintain the constructive rules of engagement and mutual respect within the field.
“The State of Competitive Intelligence” Compendium presents the inside look of how CI practitioners preserve those standards, address the ever-evolving influence of emerging technology and leave the door of opportunity open for anyone to succeed in the competitive and market intelligence sector.
Please visit ArchIntel.com to read the “The State of Competitive Intelligence: Through the Lens of the Competitive Intelligence Executive” Compendium in its entirety. We will continue to update this compendium with new interviews and the latest topics surrounding the market.
You can find all of ArchIntel’s “Competitive Intelligence Spotlight” interviews on ArchIntel.