- gain experienced insights into how to position
yourself in the marketplace using content and related
technologies from a marketing, financial and
||Market Research - Understand who's
doing what with content and related technologies in
specific market sectors, and what it means to you
through qualitative and quantitative research projects.
Shore's techniques for market research include
a ground-breaking new technique for turning market
"chatter" into actionable intelligence.
||Product & Vendor Analysis - detailed
views of content and related technology products and
singularly and in competitive comparison.
||User Analysis - insights into the needs
and focuses of specific user communities.
||Best Practices - how those "in
the know" choose, deploy and manage specific content
and related technology products and services.
||Benchmark Studies -
cooperatively sponsored research reports that compare
the practices and methods of peer organizations on a
quantitative and qualitative level..
||Requirements Analysis and
Specifications - detailed and/or high-level
business requirements analysis of how users and
specific markets really need and use content and
||Marketing and Product Rollout
Support - development and review of plans and
client-branded materials to assist in the introduction
of products and services to an organization's external
and internal markets.
||Training and Orientation -
complete courseware development and course delivery on
content and related technology topics that can help
your management and development teams to master the
challenges of delivering content and related
technologies in today's environment.
||Usability Analysis - specific,
methodical and detailed feedback and measurements on
how information products are used by people and how
easily they can perform the tasks they are meant to
perform with these products.
Note that although Shore may support organizations on a
private basis, Shore does not work privately to create Shore-branded "white paper for hire" research
or other similar products for any of its clients. All
Shore-branded research and commentary available for public
use or purchase is created
without any private client support or bias.