M-Brain Announces Update v 7.6 of Intelligence Plaza Software System


(Reading, UK) M-Brain, a leading global supplier of market analysis and competitive intelligence tools, has recently announced its latest release updates (v 7.6) to market intelligence software, Intelligence Plaza.

Intelligence Plaza is globally recognized as being the leading repository system for market intelligence management, helping intelligence professionals and their workforces to better automate essential processes, as well as organize, store and share their most relevant intelligence data to key stakeholders, colleagues and teams.

“At M-Brain, we are dedicated to bringing our clients a holistic approach to competitive intelligence tools,” stated company representative Paul Clarke. “This is something that our competition has been unable to capture and a key element in providing additional value to our clients.”

The updates for the market intelligence software are being rolled out with immediate effect to all existing, as well as new users. It brings improvements to the following key features: data visualization, security, saved search, scheduled alerts, feed processing, content linking and tagging and UX design.

“We have developed Intelligence Plaza to be a mature and competitive intelligence software with the sole purpose of helping to support market intelligence and competitive needs of all size global companies,” Clarke continued. “Clients who have already evaluated the costs of creating a similar system in-house have stated that it is extremely expensive, ineffective and time-consuming. With Intelligence Plaza, we hope to help our clients save quite a bit of time and effort.”

The newest version of Intelligence Plaza is simple to set up and the cost is extremely reasonable considering the features offered. With the software in use, companies can increase productivity and efficiency throughout the company, which creates the high-value ROI for this investment. Additional information and details about M-Brains competitive intelligence software, Intelligence Plaza 7.6, and access to a free online demo is available at the website, www.intelligenceplaza.com.


Intelligence Plaza is the web-based intelligence software that is designed to automate routines while organizing data into a single storage repository. All this is done while enabling information sharing and providing delivering to the end user. It was developed by an entire team of market intelligence specialists, along with software specialists to create an easy-to-use design. Other features of this innovative software include management capabilities, chart creation, trend analysis functions and more, providing a comprehensive solution for companies of all sizes, throughout the world that are searching for quality software solutions.

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