Aberdeen Behavioral Technographics is Now Live

Aberdeen | September 23, 2019

Aberdeen Behavioral Technographics is Now Live
Aberdeen announced Aberdeen Behavioral Technographics – the industry’s first install (technographic) data that actively measures technology in use. Legacy technographic data only provides a single yes/no estimate as to whether a company uses a specific technology. Aberdeen Behavioral Technographics is the first to measure technology usage down to company location, number of users and pains and priorities of the usage. In numerous tests, Aberdeen Behavioral Technographics has proven to be up to 55% more accurate than legacy approaches in determining technology in use at a given company location. This higher level of accuracy and deeper insight into users’ pains and priorities enables significant improvements in account prioritization, pipeline creation and win-rates.

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Drones are one of the most exciting pieces of technology we have today. They can be taken for joyndes, used to capture stunning photos and videos, aid deliveries or scan your crops, among many other things. They're so useful that if you own one it's not out of the ordinary to have someone ask you to shoot some video for them in exchange for a Little bit of money. Right there is where, today, you could find yourself violating the FAA regulation part 107.

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Drones are one of the most exciting pieces of technology we have today. They can be taken for joyndes, used to capture stunning photos and videos, aid deliveries or scan your crops, among many other things. They're so useful that if you own one it's not out of the ordinary to have someone ask you to shoot some video for them in exchange for a Little bit of money. Right there is where, today, you could find yourself violating the FAA regulation part 107.

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