Welcome to BI Intelligence!
Our new industry research service, BI Intelligence, has launched in beta. You’re receiving this email because you signed up for the beta at some point over the past several months.
Now that we’re live, what can you expect from BI Intelligence?
Our service is designed to help executives and investment professionals make smarter decisions.
We publish briefs, notes, interviews, charts, and in-depth reports about the business of the Internet industry. We also produce a library of charts and data that will help you stay on top of key trends and dynamics.
Our members get full access to our daily updates (via Twitter, email, or the web), chart and data library, and online report archive. We also welcome email questions and feedback, which we incorporate into our future research and analysis.
We offer two membership tiers, described below.
We will also publish a free email newsletter a couple of times a week, which will include a chart and highlights of the work we have recently published. We’ll keep you signed up for that unless you tell us to take you off the list.
Thank you for your interest in BI Intelligence. We hope you’ll become a member!
BII has two membership tiers:
- “Reports and Data,” which gives you access to everything we publish. This will be priced at $499/year, but for beta members we’re offering it at $199/year.
- “Full Access,” which gives you direct access to our analysts. This will be priced at $4,999/year, and we’re offering it to beta members at $3,999/year.
We invite you to become a “Reports and Data” member for a free 30-day trial period. We’ll bill you for your first year at the end of the 30 days. If you would like to become a “Full Access” member, which will give you direct access to our analysts, please call us at 646-376-6048.
About Our Analysts
Our analysts include former No. 1-ranked Wall Street Internet analyst Henry Blodget and Internet entrepreneur and analyst Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry. Our team has a collective 20 years of experience analysing and covering the Internet industry.
To get access to the site, please complete your registration and sign up for a free 30-day trial.
As a thank-you for signing up for the beta, we’ve also included complimentary access to a recent report below. Enjoy!
A new web-based “app” technology, HTML5, is threatening to disrupt the current app ecosystem dominated by Apple and Android. If HTML5 gains momentum, this could reduce the power of Apple and Android as gatekeepers for mobile media and software. It could also have a huge impact on developers.
We took a close look at HTML5 in the report below. Click through for our conclusions.
Is HTML5 Going To Disrupt The App Landscape?
As we enter a post-PC era dominated by many devices synced through the cloud, one crucial question is this: How will we consume software? Will it be mostly through the web, or will it be through apps native to our devices? Click here to continue reading >
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