Competitive Intelligence Spotlight #26: Amentum’s Chukwuemeka Uba-Okonkwo on Formalized CI Process and His Government Services Outlook

Competitive Intelligence Spotlight #26: Amentum’s Chukwuemeka Uba-Okonkwo on Formalized CI Process and His Government Services Outlook
Chukwuemeka Uba-Okonkwo Director-Strategy

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 1, 2020 — ArchIntel is pleased to unveil the 26th in a series of interviews with Competitive Intelligence and GovCon executives who share their insights about creating and sustaining a competitive advantage.

Chukwuemeka “Ugo” Uba-Okonkwo, director of strategy and growth at Amentum, told ArchIntel in a recent interview that formalizing the data collection process and understanding customer requirements are among the key factors that drive competitive intelligence. He also discussed his outlook for the government services market and perspective on the value of CI within the industry.

“As long as the government is printing money, market conditions are favorable, and the government is making it favorable for small businesses and minority-owned businesses to get into government contracting, this market will continue to be attractive. 

As a business, you have to differentiate yourself from everyone else, and this is where the value of competitive intelligence comes into play — having a systemic, formalized CI process goes a long way.”

To read Ugo Uba-Okonkwo’s full interview, and gain insight into other competitive intelligence and analysis experts’ perspectives, view ArchIntel’s ‘Competitive Intelligence Spotlight Series.’

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