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ArchIntel to Provide Customized Intelligence, Defense, Geopolitical and Business Intelligence to Leading Program Management Contractor

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 27, 2018– ArchIntel, a provider of concise actionable intelligence to business leaders, today announced that it will provide the entire suite of ArchIntel business and competitive information services to a leading defense, intelligence, diplomatic and law enforcement program management contractor. ArchIntel will be providing the customer with daily intelligence briefs covering intelligence and mission solutions, geopolitical activity, contract awards, industry events, competitor intelligence and legislative affairs. The daily intelligence briefs will be stored on an interactive historical database that the customer can access via desktop or through the ArchIntel mobile app.

ArchIntel offers users the ability to readily share stories amongst themselves, turning these stories into actionable information. ArchIntel fulfills the customer’s needs to stay on top of the market and ahead of their competition.

“ArchIntel is pleased to meet the business and competitive intelligence needs of this leading government contractor,” said ArchIntel President and Founder Jim Garrettson. “The addition of the company as a customer has allowed ArchIntel to further refine its information gathering and presenting processes for companies in the intelligence and defense sectors. Furthermore, the customers’ interest in legislative affairs and geopolitical activity has enabled ArchIntel to expand its research capabilities into new topics.”

About ArchIntel: ArchIntel provides business leaders with customized, actionable daily intelligence and situational awareness about their competitors, customers and partners delivered in concise newsletter format by email at 6 a.m. and online at www.archintel.com. By leveraging highly-customized search engines crafted to the precise specifications of each ArchIntel customer, a human intelligence team of account-dedicated researchers, writers and editors construct daily intelligence briefings that help executives identify critical information. ArchIntel researchers leverage proactive sourcing to deliver highly-customized daily intelligence reports, similar to competitors such as Bulletin Intelligence by Cision. While traditional open-source intelligence providers rely upon mainstream media, social media platforms, customer specialized public domains, and private resources, ArchIntel researchers take it a step further to leverage untraditional sources of actionable intelligence. This includes patent and trademarks, human capital movement, site-specific reporting, and customizable manual searches. ArchIntel houses all daily intelligence briefings in private, secured interactive archives with user-friendly features. ArchIntel Daily Intelligence Brief subscribers can utilize the interactive archive to collaborate around all sourced intelligence. ArchIntel serves as a competitive intelligence library, and a business and corporate development tool. ArchIntel is part of a larger network that reaches over 150,000 daily subscribers; half of ArchIntel’s customers are leaders of Fortune 1000 companies. To request a complimentary customized Daily Intelligence Briefing, please visit www.archintel.com or call 703-226-7009.

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