Hampton, NH (March 14, 2012): Mobility Services International (MSI), a leading independent provider of global workforce mobility solutions, announced its World Trade Resource (WTR) service for corporate mobility clients and the World Institute for Strategic Economic Research (WISER), the world’s premier data source in market mobility, have agreed to a major enhancement of the service.
“MSI has utilized WTR to provide firms with the ability to track and monitor every vital indicator of the corporate business development relating to firm mobility: Agriculture & Rural Development, Aid Effectiveness, Economic Policy & External Debt, Education, Environment, Financial Sector, Health, Infrastructure, Labor
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& Social Protection, Poverty, Private Sector, Public Sector, Science & Technology, Social & Urban Development, Gender, Millennium Development Goals and Trade,” said Stephan Branch, President and Managing Partner.
WISER has built its capacity on its expertise in international trade data. Its work emanated when its principals worked with the Foreign Trade Division of the Bureau of Census—U.S. Department of Commerce; Statistics Canada; China
and other key countries—”knowing data like the national
governments do is essential,” said Stephen Coelen, Managing Partner, WISER Trade.
MSI’s clients are now able to utilize up to 20,000 categories of trade data for global market
intelligence of product trends, the top worldwide
market sales volume trends, market penetration and competitor’s performance on business mobility. “The country, cultural and global resources MSI provides to its clients is an unmatched element of the global mobility practice,” said Timm Runnion, President, MSI.« Go back