VW Gets The 'Dirt -- A Techdirt Corporate Intelligence Case Study

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Back in November, when the Wall Street Journal wrote about Techdirt, they were the first to reveal publicly that Volkswagen was as customer of our Techdirt Corporate Intelligence services -- though, the article left some people confused about what we actually do for them. We've worked together with the folks at Volkswagen to come up with a great case study showing how we work with the automotive company, providing them a customized, private blog of news and analysis concerning a variety of technologies and trends that impact the automotive industry. VW is a great example of the type of customers we love to work with. They need to stay on top of all kinds of new technologies from around the world, and are always looking for what's happening in the technology world and how it may impact what they do today and in the future. Providing the analysis to help them stay ahead of the curve concerning any kind of technology that may impact the automotive world is a perfect example of the value we're providing all of our customers, across many different markets, from automotive to financial services to broadband to internet firms. Look for additional case studies going forward, as we try to demonstrate some of the other ways that companies use our corporate intelligence service.


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    Steve, Apr 19th, 2005 @ 10:46am

    nice

    That really sounds impressive, Mike. Sometimes I tend to forget there's a company behind the Techdirt blog.

     

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    Anonymous Coward, Apr 20th, 2005 @ 11:14am

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    i always liked your website good to know you guys are doing bussiness and getting exposure

     

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