Did Nike’s Kaepernick bet pay off?
Funding boom driving innovation in procurement
How the cloud is changing Document Management
Examining the News
Did Nike’s Kaepernick bet pay off?
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Funding boom driving innovation in procurement
Market Landscape
How the cloud is changing Document Management
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From our Clients BCG and Quid map trends in the smart home market

BCG recently teamed up with Quid to analyze the dynamic smart-home market. From smart thermostats to solar energy storage and focus aids, the industry is expanding—and changing—at a rapid pace.

Market Landscape Your next surgery might be performed by a robot. But which one and who’s building it?

You may have heard of robots in the operating room during surgery, but what kinds of surgical procedures are they being developed for? And which research institutions and companies are taking the lead? A major surgical robotics company recently asked Quid to analyze academic research on robotic surgery to assess the primary focus areas, major publishers in the field, and the top corporate affiliations and sponsors.

From our Clients Funding boom driving innovation in procurement

Oliver Wyman used Quid to identify 700 start-ups and chart the evolution of investment and industry development over the past decade.

Market Landscape How the cloud is changing Document Management

Businesses are abandoning the filing cabinet in favor of cloud-based document management. As these cloud-based systems become more integrated with day-to-day workflows, they are being more widely implemented across broader industrial use cases.

Examining the News Coverage of YouTube’s policies has spiked. This is what it means for the company.

As social media giants like Facebook and Twitter similarly grapple with demands for greater accountability, how central are these issues to YouTube’s overall public narrative? And what other topics are shaping positive or negative perception of the company?

In the Press Here’s a breakdown of what Russia’s Twitter trolls actually talked about

Russian trolls tweeted about a broad spectrum of controversial topics from across the political spectrum, according to analysis performed by the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory using Quid.

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