Competitive Intelligence Spotlight #29: Unisys’ Vishal Gupta on Essential Skills for CI Work, His Insights on Competitor Analysis

Competitive Intelligence Spotlight #29: Unisys’ Vishal Gupta on Essential Skills for CI Work, His Insights on Competitor Analysis
Vishal Gupta Global CTO Unisys

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 13, 2020 — ArchIntel is honored to present the 29th in a series of interviews with Competitive Intelligence and GovCon executives who share their insights about creating and sustaining a competitive advantage.

Vishal Gupta, global chief technology officer and senior vice president of technology at Unisys (NYSE: UIS), told ArchIntel in a recent interview that critical thinking and analytical skills are particularly important for competitive intelligence professionals. Gupta also discussed three common and recurring challenges he has seen in competitor analysis efforts, as well as the lessons he learned from his work within the competitive business environment.

“At Unisys, the majority of our competitive intelligence is done by our marketing team. We also get insights from analysts, so it’s important to incorporate a scaled perspective."

To read Vishal Gupta’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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