TrendIQ, A Business Intelligence Firm, Releases Trend Study On the 2008 Presidential Election

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TrendIQ utilizes its proprietary software tools to track the 2008 Presidential Election covering both the Republican and Democratic candidates.

TrendIQ, Inc., a recognized leader in the business intelligence community, has used its proprietary technology tools to capture the campaign progress, strength and effectiveness for 17 Republican and 19 Democratic candidates. TrendIQ’s proprietary tools measure shifts in the presidential campaign daily, allowing for the candidates and their constituents to respond on a real-time basis to new issues.

This analysis is provided as a public service from TrendIQ, says Jeaneen Andrews-Feldman, Vice President Marketing. We had received such positive feedback after our 2004 Presidential Election tracking that many of our clients asked us to do it again, added Jeaneen. During the 2004 Presidential Election, TrendIQ successfully tracked Democratic candidates with the result that John Kerry and John Edwards were #1 and #2 ranked in TrendIQ results – mirroring the actual result. Additionally, TrendIQ is not affiliated with any candidate or political party and all methodologies have been applied in exactly the same manner.

TrendIQ is best known for using its sophisticated measurement tools to assist businesses with understanding market trends and to capture information on a particular subject area such as the VoIP, WIMAX, Collaboration, etc. TrendIQ has developed additional Competitive Landscapes covering other markets and also provides customized tracking studies based on the needs of the individual client. Trend results are typically published on a monthly basis but may be issued more frequently depending on the needs of the client.

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TrendIQ is a leading competitive intelligence company focused on providing information that helps clients build stronger businesses.


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