Reports & Overviews
Access country specific industry information by conducting a keyword search, or browsing industry reports. To quickly access country specific information for a particular industry or product, search by keyword, narrow by “Industry Profiles,” then “Refine by Geography.”
Standard & Poor’s NetAdvantage is a comprehensive, professional source of proprietary analysis on industries, along with analysis of the major companies in a given industry. Data includes trends and projections, industry surveys, industry reports, analyst reports, individual stock data, and economic insight.
Provides key industry data and analysis, including market size, product & market segmentation, product & market forecasts, industry composition, market leaders, business trends, and resources.
To find industry reports, select the “Industry Reports” tab. You may then select the industry sector, region, and date range for the report you would like to view. On the basic search page, conducting a search by SIC or NAICS code will return a list of companies who operate under that code. This database is a great resource for financial information as it pertains to industries.
Provides coverage of country markets across North America, Asia, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. The program features: intra-daily news analysis, political and economic risk assessment, strategic views on currency and debt developments, systematic macroeconomic forecasts over a 5-year horizon, country-comparative risk ratings, and rigorous benchmarking of the business environment.
Provides access to the research and advisory firm's information technology news, research reports, and business and market analysis, and includes product descriptions and comparisons, information on trends, and a calendar of upcoming conferences and events for IT managers, specialists, and business interests. William & Mary login credentials are required to access this database.
Faulkner’s Advisory for IT Studies
Find reports covering technology as it relates to business by browsing by topic or conducting a keyword search.