Why A Who’s Who of Global Leaders Chose Bulletin Intelligence
The daily pressures of managing complex organizations can sometimes force executives into an inward-looking perspective, while the competition lurks outside. According to a recent IBM Global C-suite Study, “A few years ago, CxOs could see the competition coming. ...Today, the competition's often invisible until it's too late.” To meet this new challenge, our highly-competitive clients – from the White House to global corporations – concluded:
- Important market and competitive-intelligence insights were submerged in a vast and constantly flowing river of news and data. Their executives suffered from information overload and simply didn't have time to read and analyze it all. This created dangerous blind spots on quickly evolving markets and competitors.
- As it wasn't cost-efficient to create a costly in-house team of experts to serve their executives, they decided to outsource this function to a company that can spread the high costs of content and data licenses among its many clients and has a team of 100+ trained analysts who work through the night, enabled by patented software, to deliver executive-level intelligence briefings each morning – fully customized to the unique needs of each client's executive teams. Our 97% annual client-retention rate indicates these leaders are pleased with their decision.
In the Words of Our Clients...
Bulletin Intelligence “helped me keep up with all the news about the Department of Justice, and events that affected its work. It helped me assure that as I dealt with the daily issues put before me, there were none that were overlooked.”
Bulletin Intelligence was an invaluable tool for those of us in the Department of Homeland Security who needed to keep abreast of rapid developments across a wide range of subjects. The publication is a superb daily resource.
“It is one of the first emails I read every day, no matter where I am in the world. It is also a great source of quick information for my executive team on a daily basis.”
“In this era of rapidly expanding and rapidly changing sources of information, no other resource matched” Bulletin Intelligence’s “success in collecting, digesting, and highlighting what I needed to know each day, without succumbing to information overload.”
“When I was in the White House, among the first items I read each day was the News Summary, an excellent way to get an in-depth look at news and events and an essential tool to staying ahead of coming challenges.”
The AARP Service “was the only way to be fully informed and ready for any curve balls that came my way.”
“Early in the morning as I prepared for the day and week ahead, the Briefing was the first thing I would read.”
“It comes in early, summarizes the news in a very helpful way, and points me in the right direction for more information. It’s a great shortcut and very well-done.”
“When I was at the Department of Health and Human Services, the News Briefing was among my daily must-reads to stay informed about the news and trends related to the department’s work. Bulletin Intelligence’s services are valuable and reliable.”
“When I was in Washington, your daily White House News Summary was a must-read at the Executive Office of the President. It was natural for me to bring you in to write Governor Schwarzenegger’s daily briefing when I was his press secretary. And it was a bonus to find you at Health Net when I took my current position.”
“Throughout my four years working at the State Department, my days would begin and end with Bulletin Intelligence. Even in the age of 24/7 news cycles and social media, there was no better way to stay informed of what was happening in every corner of the world.”
“I find it remarkably accurate and gets there early. This increases the chances of its being ahead of the curve.”
“I now eagerly look forward to getting that email vibration notice around 6am … Timely communication from a credible source allows me to be a better physician.”
“When I was at the Department of Justice, the volume and sources of relevant news was enormous. The only way to get a good grasp of what was being reported each day was to read the DOJ News Briefing. I found it an invaluable tool.”
“At the Commerce Department this was the first thing I reached for when I arrived at the office.”
“The volume and reach of news coverage of the Treasury Department and its bureaus made the daily briefing from Bulletin News a critical part of my morning routine. The staff was flexible in adapting to our needs over time, and their product was reliable and first-rate in succinctly capturing the tone and core substance of reporting across a variety of media.”
“USAID News Briefing was timely, short with broad coverage. Great format.”
Bulletin Intelligence “was my first read of the day as Secretary and served well to keep me abreast of public domain issues, large and small, across a vast organization.”
“As FEMA Administrator, it was critical that I stayed on top of the news and current events. That is why each morning started with the FEMA News Summary.”
“As the Housing and Urban Development Secretary, in order to stay abreast on current housing and community development news and issues, I regularly read the Housing and Urban Development News Briefing.”
“When I was in the White House, and then later at the Justice Department, I read the daily News Briefing to help keep me informed of current events and the news of the day. It was informative and helpful.”