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Emily Dumas

Emily Dumas is the Marketing Manager at Crayon, a market and competitive intelligence platform that helps businesses track, analyze, and act on everything happening outside their four walls.

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3 Reasons Why AI is the Ultimate Competitive Intelligence Colleague

By: Emily Dumas
June 16th, 2020

Ten years ago, the digital footprints of companies were small. So small that a complete digital footprint only included a company website and maybe a Twitter profile. Today, there are many social media platforms, third-party review sites, content, news, and more. While it might be possible for a human to catalog that amount of data, it’s extremely time-consuming, and there are likely to be details missed and no time is left to actually act on the insights discovered.

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Where is the Competitive Intelligence Industry Going? Predictions by Competitive Intelligence Experts

By: Emily Dumas
June 2nd, 2020

With the continuous advancement of technology, the Competitive Intelligence (CI) industry has seen many changes over the last five to ten years. Technology aside, we’ve seen many trends arise that will impact the future of competitive intelligence.

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