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Worried you’ll miss the perfect opportunity or looming risks? We have a solution for that

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  • Watson Company Profiler (WCP), a new SaaS application now in preview in the U.S., Canada, UK and Ireland, helps business professionals across industries streamline how you analyze companies.
  • WCP brings together some of the world’s most reliable data with real-time cognitive enriched news feeds from Watson Discovery News, to help you find what you’re looking for faster and with greater confidence.
  • During this preview period, WCP is entirely free, so sign up now and let us know what you think.

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Finding, compiling and understanding company data for business development, sales and partnerships can be daunting. It’s incredibly time-consuming to track down data you trust, aggregate it from disparate sources, and then keep up with the ever-increasing volume of data, so you can confidently propel your business forward.

That’s why we’re making Watson smarter about companies, so that you can answer the question “What could I be missing?”

Watson Company Profiler (WCP), a new SaaS application now in preview in the U.S., Canada, UK and Ireland, helps business professionals across industries streamline how you analyze companies, in less time and with greater confidence.

That’s because WCP changes the way you collect and interpret vastly different types of data, applying artificial technology that understands sentiment, tone and more, to shorten your search and produce unique insights that help you find new openings for action.

By bringing together some of the world’s most reliable data, from partners like Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) and S&P Global Market Intelligence, with real-time cognitive enriched news feeds from Watson Discovery News, WCP helps you find what you’re looking for faster and gain context.

Naturally interact with and ask complex questions of the data, and reduce the chance of missing critical connections, patterns and hidden trends. Identify market pressures, public sentiment shifts, leadership changes, product updates, emerging competitors and opportunities so you can confidently make decisions that drive growth and reduce potential risks for your organization.

During this preview period, WCP is entirely free, so sign up now. We want to hear your opinions and suggestions to make it an extraordinary experience and value for you.

Available in the U.S., Canada, UK and Ireland. Sign up today for a free trial.

During this preview period, Watson Company Profiler is completely free for a limited number of users.

 

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