- Conduct due diligence checks on potential partners and suppliers.
- Conduct background checks to ensure you're hiring the right employees.
- Check on business competitors who may be violating the law.
- Reduce theft of supplies and poaching of customers, thus reducing costs and liability.
- Conduct undercover investigations and other forms of corporate espionage to get intelligence on competitors' product developments and announcements.
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Then July issue of Entrepreneur magazine has a very interesting article on "the ferocious competitor." While the online version of this article is not yet available, I thought I'd get a head start and remind businesses that private investigators should be a strategic part of a competitive strategy. When the link is available, usually within a month, I'll update this post. Until then, remember that a private investigator can help you:
The above (incomplete) list will help you become a ferocious competitor in today's complex and dynamic business environment. As noted, intelligence can reduce business risks and decrease overall expenses. If you think a private investigator can help you improve your bottom line, give us a call.
By now you've probably heard about the stolen 1.5 million passwords stolen from eHarmony, and also the LinkedIn password breach.
Businesses should hire a private investigator to conduct a thorough security risk assessment, which includes creating security protocols, training employees, and implementation due diligence checks--e.g., verifying that employees are following proper protocols through undercover investigations.
To learn more about the hacking scandals, follow these links:
If you're in Texas, call United International Investigations and see how our services can help you and your employees' stay safe online: www.investigateworldwide.com.