Competitive intelligence is the practice of gathering information about competitors, markets, industries and products. This can be benchmarked against your results or used to plan prices, products, services, operations, sales and marketing. The following are common examples of competitive intelligence.
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Traffic to locations
Visits to digital locations
Revenue by product
Performance such as turnaround time
Sales win rate
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