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Strategy, Planning, & Analysis
With a reputation for detailed coverage and realistic forecasts, business intelligence from IHS enables leading companies to reduce costs, optimize investments, and dominate markets.
IHS continually tracks pricing, market performance, and best practices across the entire technology value chain, from raw materials through end-consumer experience.
Proprietary data and advanced modeling from IHS support product innovation in all realms, whether components, hardware, content, or services.
Materials & Manufacturing
IHS maintains the world’s most extensive database of electronic components and displays and provides ongoing coverage of manufacturing CAPEX, factory production, supply, demand, and inventory.
How We Can Help
Comprehensive data, exacting forecasts, market insights, and analyst presentations, frequently updated throughout the year.
Deep investigations of specific technologies, market opportunities, and companies.
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IHS Teardown Methodology - Producing the Best "Should Cost" Estimate
A "Teardown" is a dis-assembly of device to gain knowledge of the discrete parts. IHS goes further to estimate the "should cost" of components to the manufacture for mature products. The purpose of IHS teardowns is to support customer's quests to understand cost at a component, feature, function, and total device level.
The most precise analysis of the design, manufacturing, and cost of electronic equipment available anywhere.
Custom Research & Consulting
Supporting mission-critical decisions at all levels with the organization, spanning R&D, operations, sales and marketing, strategic planning, and M&A.Learn More
Global Chemical Company Strengthens Leadership in Solar Energy Sector with Strategic Market Insights
One of the world’s largest chemical companies was well positioned at the forefront of the solar energy sector – where it was providing essential materials to manufacturers of photovoltaic (PV) cells – and its leadership team wanted to expand that market footprint.View the whole story Download
Telecom Giant Leverages Cost Modeling and Forecasting to Strengthen Negotiation Intelligence and Save $100s Millions
As contract renewal talks with original equipment manufacturers (OEM) drew closer, this multinational telecommunications company needed an edge. It was already a market-leading provider of both mobile and fixed telephony services around the world but competition was increasingly fierce. Its negotiators knew that...View the whole story Download