Analytical support for decision-makers
In today’s global business environment, executives require the latest analytical and decision-support tools to cope with market complexity, regulatory change and pervasive uncertainty. Awash with information, executives are seeking high-level analytics that will get them quickly to the heart of the matter and provide them with the evidence they need to make business decisions. For companies, the most valuable tools are those woven into the fabric of day-to-day business activities: forecasting trends, sizing markets, benchmarking practices, assessing risks, and quantifying results.
Since 1981, when we started as a joint economic consultancy with Oxford University, Oxford Economics has been at the forefront of quantitative research and predictive analysis. Our global, country, industry and city econometric models are widely recognised as world-class, and they are routinely used by such top corporations as GE, IBM, PwC, HSBC, Prudential, McKinsey, and Chevron, as well as key government organisations such as the World Bank, the US Federal Reserve, OPEC, and the Bank of England. We have 150 economists who are skilled in most types of data analysis and modelling—from creating simple ranking models and forecast databanks to sophisticated models for econometric forecasting, economic-impact assessment, and scenario mapping.
Adding our analytical tools to your research programme can transform your thought leadership from “nice-to-have” information to “must-have” decision-support tools. Our global wealth databank created for Deloitte not only drove enormous corporate and media interest, but was leveraged by consultants for client engagement among financial and luxury-brand sectors. Our talent model and databank is actively being used by Towers Watson and a group of multinational firms for global workforce planning.
Whether you want to offer a forecast databank, benchmarking tool, or economic model as part of your thought leadership programme, look to Oxford Economics for a custom solution.