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IBISWorld is the most comprehensive industry database that the library subscribes to. It also contains information on many companies.
IBISWorld publishes a robust, yet easy to use online database of research, analysis, and risk information on over 1460 US industries at the level where companies operate – hundreds with COVID-19 Impact Statements; from Water Supply & Irrigation Systems to Electronic Medical Record Systems to Food Trucks and just about everything in between.
Searching by Entering a Term in the Search Bar
As prompted, you can type:
- An industry name or keyword.
- A company name.
- A code, such as the industry NAICS code or the IBISWorld code for a specialized report.
Using the "Company Research" Feature of IBISWorld
Drop down the "Company Research" menu in the dark red banner at the top.
Click on the link for "U.S. Company Benchmarking."
The companies included are arranged in alphabetical order.
The U.S. Company Benchmarking Profiles analyze thousands of leading public and private companies. These profiles consist of an overview of the company and a breakdown of how it performs in the industries it operates in. Each profile includes company financials, an industry market share breakdown, an industry competitor matrix, SWOT analysis, Products and Services, and Key Company Benchmarks.
Searching by Using the Options in the "Industry Research" Drop-Down Menu
Drop down the "Industry Research" menu in the dark red banner at the top.
You will see these choices:
- U.S. Industry Reports (NAICS)
- U.S. Industry Specialized Industry Reports
- U.S. Industry iExpert Summaries
- U.S. Specialized Industry iExpert Summaries
- U.S. Spotlight Industry Reports
- U.S. Business Environment Profiles
Each of these types of reports are grouped in categories. Scroll through them to see if there are reports on topics that affect the industry or company you are researching.