ITR Economics Celebrates Its Newest Service

  • by itradmin - Thu, 01/05/2017 - 11:32

For Immediate Release: 01/05/2017

ITR Economics Celebrates Its Newest Service
ITR DataCast, a New Tool Putting the Power of Data in Your Hands

Manchester, New Hampshire: ITR Economics has unveiled ITR DataCast, a new tool for data analysis to assist in your business planning. ITR DataCast allows subscribers to take their company data and plot it against thousands of datasets, using ITR Economics’ robust database and timing analysis.

An annual subscription to ITR DataCast is a must-have for both new and existing clients, complimenting ITR Economics’ superior economic forecasting programs seamlessly. The online web portal access to ITR Economics’ database and timing relationships will expand a company’s ability to track their data analytics against leading indicators in real time.

ITR DataCast allows clients the unique opportunity to:

• Track their company against ITR Economics’ leading indicator Trends Report datasets
• Identify what market segments correlate the best with their company’s internal data
• Chart internal Rates-of-Change for guidance on which segments of the business are performing the best

Take a few minutes to walk through a demonstration of this new and exciting service for ITR Economics’ clients. Use the following link to view the demo: ITR DataCast Demo Video.

For more information on DataCast, please visit or call 603-796-2500 and speak to a program consultant today.

About ITR Economics:

ITR Economics provides a wide array of services from subscription-based publications to consulting services using our Forecast Accuracy Rate of 94.7% four quarters into the future. Our services have been designed to meet the unique needs of our many different types of clients. With a retention rate of 87.4%, the firm’s mission to provide the best economic intelligence to reduce risk and drive practical and profitable business decisions has remained strong even in today’s business environment.

Kimberly Clark
ITR Economics