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See how you can make thousands of data-driven consumer-centric decisions throughout the product development lifecycle.
Understand how you can build an organizational knowledge base, to nurture the growth of your brand over time.
In a recent joint study Nielsen and Wizer found that 75% of consumers would consider moving to CPG brands who care about those affected by COVID19.
COVID-19 has done something quite marvelous for consumer-facing enterprise organizations:, This pandemic is forcing companies to get out of their comfort zone. Here’s how.
In a recent investor study by Wizer, more than half of the participants said that now either investing less or holding off on investments entirely.
With the proliferation of information sources and their increasing volume, including behavioral, social, search, reviews, sales, surveys, telemetry, and many other sources which are difficult to digest. Perhaps more importantly, we can only scratch the surface of making this information useful for the purpose of answering important business questions.
Supposedly, everything is here: a ton of data is accumulated, plenty of platforms and technologies offer solutions, and everything is becoming more accessible. Why, then, aren’t CMI experts feeling at ease and cruising into this state of digital consciousness?
Watch Idan Geva, Wizer’s Chief Business Officer, discusses a case study that shows the impact of research on business results.
Wizer is sponsoring this year’s Corporate Researchers Conference (CRC), October 8-10 at Hyatt Regency Orlando. Contact us or drop by our booth at and learn how Wizer could be your next strategic partner for your upcoming research projects.
In his keynote presentation at IIeX North America 2018, Wizer’s Head of Strategic Innovation, Peter Mackey, discusses our new platform, KEIRA, or the Knowledge Enhancement Ingestion and Reporting Algorithm. In a gist, it is “a piece of tech that performs very complex research and data science at a super large scale.”
Wizer’s Head of Strategic Innovation, Peter Mackey, brings these two overwhelming concepts back to reality. In his keynote presentation at IIeX North America 2018, he simply defines AI as “computers performing tasks that humans do or humans that can’t do at scale.”