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Textual content bargains types to constitution the gathering and processing of strategically correct details inside agencies. deals how one can manage the intelligence approach with right how to construct an enough infrastructure that considers the technological, structural, and human elements. DLC: enterprise intelligence.

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The New Competitor Intelligence. Chichester, UK: Wiley. Fuld & Company. (2002). Intelligence Software Report 2002. com. Gieskes, H. (2000). Competitive Intelligence at Lexis-Nexis. Competitive Intelligence Review, 11(2), 4-11. Gilad, B. (1996) Business Blindspots. Calne (GB): Infonortics. Gilad, B. & Gilad, T. (1988). The Business Intelligence System. New York: Amacon. L. (1996). Sharing business intelligence on the world wide web. Competitive Intelligence Review, 7(1), 52-61. L. (1997). Using the Internet for competitive intelligence: a survey report.

2. Research Projects: contains the results of research projects completed by internal and external investigators. 3. Project Informer: contains information about planned, current and completed research projects run by Central CMI. 4. Let’s Japan: provides a monitor of technological developments in Japan and follows the main competitors and their investments in consumer electronics, research and product development in that country. 5. CMI Contacts: contains organizational charts of the organization, and a knowledge map of the connections of Central CMI inside and outside Consel Corporation.

Fuld & Company. (2002). Intelligence Software Report 2002. com. Gieskes, H. (2000). Competitive Intelligence at Lexis-Nexis. Competitive Intelligence Review, 11(2), 4-11. Gilad, B. (1996) Business Blindspots. Calne (GB): Infonortics. Gilad, B. & Gilad, T. (1988). The Business Intelligence System. New York: Amacon. L. (1996). Sharing business intelligence on the world wide web. Competitive Intelligence Review, 7(1), 52-61. L. (1997). Using the Internet for competitive intelligence: a survey report.

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