Corporate intelligence helps in making business
decisions and strategies. It assesses and gives
important information on present and
prospective business and other matters to assist
companies to avoid risks, venture into new
markets/fields, mitigate business problems and
carry out investigations. Its activities and work
improves business opportunities. It adds to
corporate, financial and legal intelligence of a company. Corporate intelligence becomes pre-
requisite for new investments, combined ventures and procurements/acquisitions. It
greatly helps in enhancing business opportunities and on basis of trustworthy information.
COURSES & ELIGIBILITY
CIP®-I and Master of CI CIP®-II Module Courses CIPTM-I
Level Certification requires completion of courses CI 101®, CI 301, CI 302, CI 303, CI 304. Once you have completed these courses you would be eligible to take
the exam. Master of CI CIPTM-II Level Certification requires completion of courses CI 401, CI 402, CI 403 and CIPTM- I certification. You cannot receive the Master of CI CIPTM-II certification without first receiving the CIPTM-I certification.
Academy of Competitive Intelligence (ACI)
(Accredited Training + Certification Program) 6 th Floor, Tower B, Green Boulevard, Sector 62, Noida, 201301 Website: www.academyci.com
SKILLS REQUIRED FOR CORPORATE INTELLIGENCE
Analytical abilities are required in order to assess data effectively and accurately. Since their work involves writing reports and communicating with others about their findings, strong communication skills are also very important
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR CORPORATE INTELLIGENCE
Intelligence gathering. Using a wide range of primary and secondary research tools and sources will be a significant part of your role. At Aqute, we maintain an exhaustive list of resources to help you uncover the information our clients need, but some projects call for creative solutions to help you obtain hard-to-find numbers, names and details. At the same time, you must remain cognizant of the laws and ethics of competitive intelligence gathering. Our general rule is: if you have to ask if something is legal, you probably shouldn’t do it.
Report writing. Having gathered data from multiple sources, you will need to present your findings in formats that our clients can use. At Aqute, we have a range of standard presentation templates, but on occasion we adapt these to suit specific customer needs.
By understanding your clients’ objectives, you can ensure that your research and reporting are optimised to support their goals.