By Jad Malaeb, Benzinga
The beginning of the “Information Age” in the mid-20th century elevated data’s economic, social and political significance even further. Today, data has become arguably far more valuable than traditional commodities like cattle, metals and land. At no other time in history has information been so plentiful, accessible and important.
In the case of large private and public organizations, data plays a central role. Using data, Amazon created a program responsible for 35% of the company’s sales in 2017. Structured data and information allow hedge funds to find statistical edges in the financial markets and keep governments alert to economic and political threats.
There’s no debating the importance of information. An often cited issue, however, is finding a way to collect, structure and analyze data in efficient ways. Quality data delivered concisely and intelligently is the “sweet spot” for stakeholders in the private and public sectors. Thankfully, some forward-thinking entrepreneurs have come up with a potential iteration of this ideal data solution.
Oxford Analytica: A FiscalNote (NYSE: NOTE) Company
As a technology company specializing in the analysis and tracking of legislation and regulations in the U.S. and abroad, FiscalNote Holdings Inc. (NYSE: NOTE) has an array of solutions that distills complex information into actionable insights. One of these solutions comes from Oxford Analytica’s Daily Brief, a company owned and operated by FiscalNote.
Oxford Analytica's Daily Brief is a service that looks to deliver timely, impartial and actionable analysis of emerging trends and developments in the global political economy. The service helps private and public organizations make decisions based on timely analysis and forecasting of political, economic and social changes. This also includes helping manage risks and maximize opportunities arising from the geopolitical domain.
Perhaps the greatest quality of the Daily Brief is that it does not sacrifice quality for brevity. Made to “be read by busy people,” the Daily Brief’s concise analysis provides leaders from the public and private sectors the information to tackle global trends and crises with ease. For readers requiring extra detail, the Daily Brief provides full-length articles, in-depth analysis, quick response updates, infographics, data visualizations, analyst access and deep dive webinars.
Assessments at the Daily Brief are produced by a unique collaboration of in-house analysts and a 1,500-strong global expert network. The analysis is made to be objective and unbiased, and the service has been used for nearly 50 years by clients like the World Bank, European Commission, Norwegian Red Cross, Gates Foundation, Fortune 50 companies and G7 governments.
After FiscalNote’s acquisition, the Oxford Analytica Daily Brief has now become available on Bloomberg Terminal.
Read more about the Daily Brief here.
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