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The Industry Knowledge Graph™ Explorer Demo

To truly understand the depth, applicability, and potential of the Industry Knowledge Graph database, try our free demo today.

About This Demo

The Industry Knowledge Graph™ Explorer allows you to learn about the global economy in fine detail. This demo illustrates the functionality and usability of the data by focusing on two companies: Coca-Cola and PepsiCo. Explore the various industries they participate in and see where they compete directly and where they don’t.

This demo reveals a tiny fraction of the data we have on over 23,000 granular industries. It functions the same way it would if you had a subscription to the full data. In the demo, exploring beyond these two company data sets shows placemarkers for information that has been hidden. You will want to subscribe to Industry KG to access this hidden data.

The Tip Of The Iceberg

The initial demo exposes just the tip of the iceberg of data in the Industry Knowledge Graph Explorer. Additional data will surface beyond this debut. Come back over the coming weeks and months as we will be adding functionality to the product, and to the demo. This will include details about the industries such as decision makers, buyer types, end user types, channels, product varieties, trends impacting the industry, and much more.

Start Your Exploration Today!

Tell us a little about yourself or just click “Launch the Demo”. We will not use any data you provide beyond an introductory email. Click on the “Further Information” button if you would like to be contacted about plans and updates.

Come back over the coming weeks and months as we will be adding functionality to the product, and to the demo. This will include details about the industries such as product variants, channels, buyer segments, relative strength of competitors and much more.

Note: the IndustryKG™ model of the global economy is unique and comprehensive, but still in the test phase.
Meaning: The data has errors and should not be relied on.
All trade names belong to their respective owners.

 

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