Engineering

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Engineering

Engineering products and services form the core of the economy, but face headwinds and threats from a number of sources, including:

  • Rapid advances in technology and automation
  • Uncertain investment climate, amidst global over-capacity
  • A flood of imports from countries like China
  • Long gestation projects and uncertain cash flows

Our research solutions help manufacturers of engineering goods become more competitive and responsive to threats and opportunities. Our expertise across the value chain has helped answer numerous strategic and tactical questions for our engineering customers, including:

  • When can I expect infrastructure investments to drive demand?
  • How do large customers perceive my products or technologies?
  • How does decision-making vary across end-user segments, or types of buyers?
  • Which customer segments should I focus on?
  • Why does my competitor beat me in this market?
  • How do intermediaries and channels influence the customer?

Our engineering practice is divided into the following segments:

PROJECT EXAMPLES

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  • Engineering Engineering Engineering products and services form the core of the economy, but face headwinds and threats from a number of sources, including: Rapid advances in technology and automation Uncertain investment climate, amidst global over-capacity A flood of imports from countries... Read more...
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  • Engineering Engineering Engineering products and services form the core of the economy, but face headwinds and threats from a number of sources, including: Rapid advances in technology and automation Uncertain investment climate, amidst global over-capacity A flood of imports from countries... Read more...

 

What our clients have to say about us…

The research was done with a methodical approach and constant weekly interactions build and easy flow agreement / conviction led output. Process followed as per proposal, which was great. A+ both for client servicing perspective and project management – Global water solutions provider

engineering
Engineering

Engineering products and services form the core of the economy, but face headwinds and threats from a number of sources, including:

  • Rapid advances in technology and automation
  • Uncertain investment climate, amidst global over-capacity
  • A flood of imports from countries like China
  • Long gestation projects and uncertain cash flows

Our research solutions help manufacturers of engineering goods become more competitive and responsive to threats and opportunities. Our expertise across the value chain has helped answer numerous strategic and tactical questions for our engineering customers, including:

  • When can I expect infrastructure investments to drive demand?
  • How do large customers perceive my products or technologies?
  • How does decision-making vary across end-user segments, or types of buyers?
  • Which customer segments should I focus on?
  • Why does my competitor beat me in this market?
  • How do intermediaries and channels influence the customer?

Our engineering practice is divided into the following segments:

PROJECT EXAMPLES

Looking for answers to a critical business question?
  • How green is the new GST regime? India ranks only behind China and the United States as the third-largest emitter of carbon dioxide. With its ambitious goal to electrify all vehicles by 2030, and to create 175 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2022 (up from 57 GW in 2016-17), is the Indian government doing enough to help achieve these goals? Perhaps not, if we take a closer look at some of the goods and services tax ... Read more...
  • End-user industries rank compressor manufacturers differently from the trade – Atlas Copco rated as the most preferred by the pharmaceuticals and textiles industries – Automobile and chemicals industries ranked Kaeser Kompressoren as their most preferred brand – Kirloskar Pneumatic was the most popular brand amongst cement and steel manufacturers   September 2015: Despite Atlas Copco being ranked the No.1 industrial compressor brand in India in the ValueNotes BrandMeter survey, the results varied across end-user industries.   Based on 300+ interviews across India with production and ... Read more...

 

What our clients have to say about us…

We were looking for in depth research on the [firm’s] overall business, including their strategic direction and past performance in order to identify its strategic fit for a business alliance with us. The output received from ValueNotes was above expectations and provided meaningful insights for us to take away. Our experience was above expectations and we found the service to be effective – Australian wealth management company

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