ultiple sources; Operational Risk Management, which provides capabilities that standardize how to identify, analyze, mitigate, and monitor risk; Critical insight and information essential to ensuring sustainable supply chain operations; Solutions for evaluating and quantifying viability and for providing visibility to risk within multi-tiered supplier networks across various factors; strategies and solutions providing essential insight into events impacting critical material supply; and supply chain and supplier risk monitors built around industry standard value chain templates offering critical insight to key indicators that signal early detection of risk and empower adaptive mitigation strategies. Sales and Marketing The company’s sales teams are organized to support customers across three geographic segments: Americas, which includes the United States, Canada, and Latin America; EMEA, which includes Europe, the Middle East, and Africa; and APAC, or Asia Pacific. Target Markets The company’s target industry sectors include energy and natural resources, chemicals, technology, automotive, aerospace and defense, and maritime. Seasonality The company’s fourth quarter generates its highest quarterly levels of revenue and profit. Its first quarter generally has lowest quarterly levels of revenue and profit. The company also experiences event-driven seasonality in its business. Competition Strategy, Planning, and Analysis: The company competes in Energy markets with offerings from Wood Mackenzie, Ltd., and PIRA Energy Group; in Aerospace and Defense markets with offerings from Forecast International and Defense News; in Maritime markets with offerings from Informa plc; in Automotive markets with offerings from LMC Automotive, Urban Science, and Experian and, with respect to vehicle history reports, principally with Experian and various other providers approved by the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System of the United States Department of Justice; in Technology markets with offerings from Gartner; and in Chemicals markets with offerings from Reed Elsevier and Nexant. Its economic and country risk and forecasting offerings compete with offerings from the Economist Intelligence Unit and Oxford Economics. Energy Technical: The company’s energy technical critical information offerings compete with offerings from Drilling Info, Inc.; TGS-Nopec Geophysical Company; Wood Mackenzie Ltd.; and Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited. Its geo-sciences software competes with products from Schlumberger Limited; Halliburton Company; and LMKR. Product Design: The company’s product design offerings compete with offerings of SAI Global, Techstreet, and Thomas Publishing. Its electronics design offerings compete with offerings from Arrow Electronics. Operational Excellence and Risk Management: Operational Excellence and Risk Management offerings compete with offerings from SAP and Enablon. History IHS Inc. was founded in 1959.
ihs inc-class a (IHS:New York)
15 Inverness Way East
Englewood, CO 80112
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