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April 15, 2015
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New Publisher: MicroMarketMonitor
MicroMarketMonitor publishes annually 1,2000 market research reports on micromarkets. The reports are more graphical in nature which provides Multi-Dimensional Analysis of any market using advanced Business Intelligence Tools. The company is using RT-Connect to connect more than 10 million industry stakeholders to conduct research on any given target market. MicroMarketMonitor employs 600 analyst tracking 5,000 markets on regular basis. MicroMarketMonitor provides entire value chain reports as a single bundle.
The Asia-Pacific drilling waste management market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 2.4% during the forecast period of 2014 to 2019. Geographically, the Asia-Pacific market has been segmented into China, Australia, Thailand, India, Indonesia, and Malaysia, among others. The Chinese segment held the largest share of 41% of the Asia-Pacific drilling waste management market in 2013, followed by the segment in Thailand with a 9.2% share. The Asia-Pacific drilling waste management market holds a high potential for growth in future due to the increasing environmental concerns from increased drilling activities, combined with the increasing regulations by the regional governments to enforce effective drilling waste management.
The global revenue cycle management system (RCM) market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 6.9% from 2014 to 2019. North America holds the highest market share of 52.6% in 2014, followed by Europe. The global revenue cycle management system (RCM) market holds a high growth potential owing to a number of factors favoring this market. The consolidation of healthcare providers, initiative taken by governmental bodies for implementing RCM solutions, and decrease in reimbursements are significant factors driving this market. However, limited investments in healthcare IT, fragmented end-user market, and high costs, act as major market inhibitors.
The American Clinical Chemistry Analyzers market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 5.2% from 2014 to 2019. Countries, such as the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Chile and Rest of Americas (RoA), are covered in this report. The Americas is the largest market for clinical chemistry analyzers due to the factors such as increasing healthcare expenditure, growing aging population, rising prevalence to various infectious diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria, hepatitis. Also, increasing medical insurance in the U.S., and inclination towards laboratory automation in the region and developing infrastructure facilities would create a growing need for automated laboratories and analyzers as well.
New Publisher: National Customer Satisfaction Index - UK
The National Customer Satisfaction Index UK (NCSI-UK) is produced by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) using the same methodology and technology. The NCSI-UK serves as an economic indicator of customer evaluations of the quality of products and services available to household consumers in the United Kingdom. It is the only customer satisfaction measurement methodology proven to be predictive of financial results, including corporate revenue growth, stock market performance, consumer spending, and GDP.
Customer satisfaction with supermarkets is unchanged at 76, as economic recovery continues to elude the sector. Waitrose, however, improves, gaining 1% to an NCSI score of 86. This is both an all-time high for Waitrose and a new record for the category. In second place, the combined score for all other, smaller grocery stores (including ALDI and Lidl) increases 1% to 81. Meanwhile, ASDA falls 1% to 77, to tie with Sainsbury’s. Morrison’s is stable at industry average (76), followed by Tesco (-1% to 73) and The Co-operative Food (unchanged at 71).
Customer satisfaction with department stores is up 1% to 78, led by John Lewis with an NCSI score of 84. House of Fraser (+1%) and Marks & Spencer tie at 77, below the industry average, but a 4% gain for Marks & Spencer marks a recovery from a steep drop a year ago. Meanwhile, Debenhams slips 1% to the bottom of the category at 75.
Speed up your search results review on Profound.com
Did you know you can change the default number of titles displayed on your search results page? The default number of search results per page on Profound is 25. Quite often, you can quickly speed up your review of titles by increasing the maximum number per page. Here’s how!
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