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One of the world’s leading manufacturers of state-of-the-art solutions for armed forces and civil security sectors enabled its strategy for entering APAC markets with granular data built from the bottom up -- e.g., discovering 200+ potential sales opportunities for defense electronics in the region.Learn more about our client’s successes
Imagine giving your engineers back 15 percent of their time to solve problems and innovate. In this video, IHS Product Design VP Chad Hawkinson discusses how leading-edge companies in multiple industry sectors are harnessing the power of unified information access for their engineers to drive innovation, resolve issues and deliver products to market ahead of the competition.View Video
In this brief video, Paul Burton – Director of Research & Analysis for IHS Defence Industry and Budgets – describes how a defense manufacturer overcame austere market conditions to unlock opportunities in emerging markets. Learn how the company used IHS proprietary data and market forecasts, and worked with IHS analysts, to secure a sale in a region where it had never before conducted business.View Video
This premier aircraft manufacturer produced Flying on Demand, Global Market Forecast 2014-2033, a reference book that provides comprehensive economic, financial and political coverage of 200-plus countries. Stakeholders throughout the commercial airline industry rely on the book’s insights regarding product innovation, production and planning.
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