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Start Making Sense Turning Information Into Intelligence

Expert System’s upcoming webcast, 7-16-2007

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Start Making Sense!

Turning Information Into Intelligence


In today’s business environment the ability to monitor, interpret and gain an early warning on competitors from all sources of information is key.
Those who do this well avoid risk and take advantage of opportunities sooner than others.

Competitive Intelligence is a commonly used as a modern management tool for strategic insight and improved decision making. It takes skill, information and technology to process the readily available signals into finished intelligence.

Join Expert System for a presentation and roundtable discussion with Competitive Specialist Fred Wergeles.
This is a free webinar brought to you by Expert System.

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Date/Time: Thursday July 26th, 2007, 1:00 p.m. EST USA
Duration: 60 Minutes
Focus on: Gaining Business Advantage through Competitive Intelligence 

In this webinar you will learn:

  • What competitive intelligence is and is not
  • The steps you need for successful intelligence creation
  • Where to look for information that leads to intelligence
  • How to analyze information so intelligence is “revealed”
  • A checklist for intelligence best practices
  • A technology architecture that supports intelligence

Fred Wergeles is founder and Principal of Fred Wergeles & Associates LLC, a consulting practice that specializes in Strategic Planning and Competitive Intelligence process improvement. He is the Founder and President of the Connecticut Economic Gardening Group (CT-EGG). Moreover, Fred is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Hartford Barney School of Business. He is the Connecticut Chapter Coordinator of the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals, and recently was elected to SCIP’s international Board of Directors.

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Start Making Sense! Turning Information Into Intelligence – July 26th, 2007

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