ArchIntel Creates Compendium of Executive Insights on Competitive Intelligence

ArchIntel Creates Compendium of Executive Insights on Competitive Intelligence
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ArchIntel has compiled a series of Spotlight Interviews with competitive intelligence practitioners and government contracting industry professionals in a white paper titled “The State of Competitive Intelligence Today.”

Twenty-two executives who spoke to ArchIntel for in-depth Q&As discussed topics such as their organizations’ approaches to collecting and analyzing business data, government contract pursuits from a strategic pricing standpoint, and the role of technology and ethics in competitive intelligence programs.

The Competitive Intelligence Spotlight Series includes:

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