INNGUMA - Competitive Intelligence Software

INNGUMA is software that captures, filters, organizes, searches, disseminates and analyses relevant and strategic information to support decision making in competitive environments. It offers different versions to fulfil different organizations needs, regardless of their type or size.

INNGUMA allows you to obtain information from any source, such as:

    Websites: Press, blogs, competitors, associations, clients, scientific and technical journals, etc.
Search engines: Multimedia, news, forums, etc.
Databases: Patents, scientific articles, PhD theses, tenders, regulations, etc.
Social networks: Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook, etc.

INNGUMA adapts to the needs of any organization, thanks to its different versions:

    BASIC: Targeting micro and small companies, companies that already have a repository or any organization that wants to start a search for information.
BUSINESS: Designed to cover the entire intelligence cycle, making it the ideal solution for any organization that is determined to carry out this activity and needs a comprehensive tool.
CORPORATE: Sometimes organizations have specific needs and complex networks. This version is customized to client needs, including corporate image, specific databases, advanced user management, etc.

How does it work:

INNGUMA is marketed under the Software as a Service (SaaS) distribution model and accessed through a web browser through the Internet. This allows both hosting, updates, support and security to be managed by the provider.

In addition to the tools, INNGUMA also offers support services that any organization may need in the field of competitive intelligence, such as:

    Implantation of IC Units: INNGUMA has extensive experience in the design and implementation (COMPETE © methodology) of competitive intelligence units.
Sources of information: Support in the search and definition of monitoring strategies, providing sources of information and helping to define filters.
Training: INNGUMA offers personalized training both in the use of the tool and in the systematics of an intelligence analyst (elaboration of different reports, valorization of information, etc.).

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