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Revolutionizing Earnings Call Transcripts Research

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Intelligize, a LexisNexis company, has dramatically shifted the needle when it comes to lifting insight and tracking down vital business information from earnings call transcripts.

Responding to the ever-increasing pressure on investor relations professionals (IR) to quickly and accurately address news and market developments, Intelligize has unveiled its Earnings Call Transcripts (ECT) application. ECT is a solution that cuts through the clutter and reduces the time spent on the information gathering process for IR professionals. ECT enables IR professionals to prepare senior executives for earnings calls and craft language for shareholder communications by tagging and linking together company earnings call transcripts with SEC filings and exhibits.

Earnings call transcripts are readily available elsewhere – but they are simple PDFs. There is nothing else on the market that allows IR to quickly and easily navigate through those transcripts.

Until today.

With ECT from Intelligize, IR can turn information into insight with a collection of tagged and full-text searchable transcripts.

The reaction from IR professionals who’ve seen ECT in action confirms that gone are the days spent  leafing through volumes of transcripts. This new solution enables IR to spend more time  developing strategy around the trends and issues that matter the most to executives and investors.

By incorporating earnings call transcripts into the Intelligize platform, users have access to an end-to-end solution that provides a bird’s eye view of material business and regulatory information to draw insight and best practices to prepare for high visibility meetings..

Contact us for more information, or to request a free trial.

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