It is no secret that TechnologyCatalogue.com, with over a hundred thousand users in 2021 alone, is a gold mine for data on technology and innovation for the Energy Transition. We can generate data that can be translated into actionable insights needed in finding and selecting the right solutions for your business, of course fully compliant with GDPR.
And from this month onwards, we are providing these insights to the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO), Embassies and Consulates via the Tech Insights Navigator.
But how is our Tech Insights Navigator going to help Dutch diplomats on their matchmaking services for Dutch innovators?
In this blog, you will get to know the Tech Insights Navigator we recently delivered to the RVO, Dutch embassies and consulates, and its value to potential users.
Tech Insights Navigator for Dutch Diplomats
This version of the Tech Insights Navigator features data analytics dashboard that provides users the following data (at global and country levels):
- Visitor analytics of Dutch technologies on the platform
- Content analytics of all technologies on the platform
- Industry insights based on user behaviour on the platform
- Benchmarking data (Dutch vs. non-Dutch technologies)
Depending on the client’s needs, the data & data insights can be made visible at different levels, i.e. for the overall Netherlands Energy Technology Platform (NETP), at country level, all the way down to individual technology pages. This way it gives clear indications about the interest of end-users, as well as where the specific interest comes from.
Contents of the Tech Insights Navigator for Dutch Diplomats
The Tech Insights Navigator that we delivered for the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO), Embassies and Consulates is divided into six (6) sections: General Visitors, Tech Interest (Dutch), Tech Interest (Non-Dutch), Module Interest, Search Interest and Available Tech.
General Visitors: This section shows the number of visitors and pageviews on both a global scale or filtered by country and date. This way, users can see if, when and from where there is interest in technologies on the platform.
Tech Interest (Dutch tech): Here you will find the interest of visitors for Dutch Supplier Technologies, which can be filtered by clicking on company names on either side of the chart shown. By seeing which technologies are attracting interest and which are not, diplomats can get an idea of the type of technologies where Dutch innovators are gaining traction.
Tech interest (Non-Dutch): This section shows the interest of visitors for Non-Dutch Supplier Technologies. Just like the Dutch Tech Interest section, it can be filtered by clicking on company names on either side of the chart shown. It shows the end-user's company interest. With this information at hand, Dutch diplomats would know what technologies are popular and can give extra boost to similar technologies developed by Dutch innovators.
Module Interest: In this section you will find insights into the interest per module (Hydrogen, Offshore Renewables, Bioenergy, Solar, Sustainable Mobility and Oil & Gas), with country, date and module filters. By seeing which modules are trending, this section gives insights on the innovation priorities of end-users in a country at a given time.
Search Interest: This dashboard section shows the interest of visitors according to their search keywords. This section is very useful as it allows the dashboard users to determine how and what companies are looking for. It can also serve as a guide for innovators in improving their technology descriptions by incorporating more relevant, widely used terms by potential end-users.
Available Tech: This section shows the number of live Dutch and non-Dutch technologies. This valuable information will inform Dutch diplomats to monitor the growth of both Dutch and non-Dutch technologies on the platform.
Some parts of the Tech Insights Navigator rely on the information provided by technology suppliers. We equip the suppliers with the tools such that they can easily keep their information up-to-date. This serves as incentives that push them to proactively provide information, just as a hotel owner adds information to Booking.com the moment hotel facilities have been upgraded.
Data provided in the Tech Insights Navigator can be downloaded as an image, PDF or PowerPoint.
What does this all mean to Dutch suppliers?
As a Dutch supplier, you can take advantage of the matchmaking insights that we make available to the Dutch diplomatic posts. It will help you to attract new customers abroad.
You can easily become part of this by registering your technologies on the Netherlands Energy Technology Platform https://netp.technologycatalogue.com/, and you can do so for FREE! Once the technologies are live, the relevant data insights will then feed into the Tech Insights Navigator such that the diplomatic posts can actively use it for matchmaking.
The Tech Insights Navigator will be of significant value as it will support the matchmaking between Dutch innovative suppliers and end-users abroad.
Keen to know more about our Tech Insights Navigator, and how it can apply to your organisation? Click here: https://www.technologycatalogue.com/technology-insights-navigator
Or reach out by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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