Kreuzlingen, Switzerland, November 13, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- The newly launched online platform IT Research Finder enables users to easily source free, high-quality IT research reports and eliminates the need to pay for costly IT research reports.
Launching today, the site identifies, summarizes and evaluates thousands of free IT reports and provides direct links to the publishers’ websites. It covers all the essential subject areas in the IT realm, including AI, IoT, software, hardware, mobile, e-commerce, blockchain and many others. IT Research Finder was founded by two industry veterans with more than 20 years of experience in the research industry. In their view the steadily growing number of excellent and freely available IT reports has become a superior alternative to costly reports and subscriptions from traditional research houses.
Research users no longer have to pay for all the quality IT research they need
Steffen Binder, co-founder of IT Research Finder, points out, “Until now it has been hard to match users’ research needs with the expertise of institutions that publish hundreds of free IT reports per year. Now, IT Research Finder is solving this problem and changing the rules of the game. Through our open platform, users can access top-quality reports at no cost from more than 200 publishers worldwide, instead of paying for expensive reports and subscriptions from a handful of providers. Businesses can now shake off the yoke of expensive subscription research.”
IT Research Finder provides research users with the tools they need to easily source the best free IT reports available, including comprehensive search functionalities and a free update service on new publications. The platform sees particular value in its thorough and clearly written summaries and report evaluations, composed by an in-house team of independent analysts. IT Research Finder points out that the entire platform and team are not affiliated with any publisher or company.
Publishers of free IT reports get the audience they are targeting
According to IT Research Finder, not only can research users benefit from the new platform, but also report publishers, such as consultancies, technology vendors, government agencies and many others. They can make their expertise accessible to a global audience of potential clients and demonstrate the quality of the research content, methodology and data via IT Research Finder’s independent and objective report evaluations.
Christian Nolterieke, co-founder of IT Research Finder, summarizes the benefits of the platform as follows: “We go beyond offering extensive search tools and update services to allow users to easily find free IT reports. With our individual report summaries and independent evaluations, users can immediately determine the strengths and weaknesses of each research report and quickly decide if a report meets their needs. As a result, by using IT Research Finder, they no longer have to pay for the quality IT research they need and report publishers can get the audience they are aiming for.”