What's New at ScoutAsia

Application overload – the more you buy, the less productive...

Application overload refers to the concept of inundating your employees with productivity applications for work, resulting in fragmented attention spans. This phenomenon is not new, or limited, to the corporate world. You already see the ...

Follow market-changing news with “ScoutAI” topics

With a large number of news articles available, you might wish to ...

AI-translated Nikkei content now available at ScoutAsia

ScoutAsia is the first English-language information service to feature translated Nikkei content   1 April 2021 – Nikkei Inc. ...

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Keep a lookout for the next wave of Digitalisation, Business...

2021 is the year of rebuilding, a year where digital transformation has accelerated quickly. As businesses embrace new innovations, what are the necessary adaptation required ...

ScoutAsia partners with Singapore Exchange to provide real-time translated content...

22 December 2020 - Nikkei-Financial Times joint venture and operator of ScoutAsia, Nikkei FT ScoutAsia Limited, has reached an agreement today with Singapore Exchange (SGX) ...

ScoutAsia launches company research tool for Singapore, Malaysia & Vietnam

1 September 2020 — ScoutAsia, a Nikkei and Financial Times joint information service, announce the full commercial release of Connections+, a powerful interactive research tool for company and ...

Monitoring News & Company Data in India

scoutAsia loves India. We have recently added three new high-quality Indian publications to our news monitoring and company data service: Commodity Online — India’s most authentic ...

ScoutAsia news monitoring email alerts now cover specialist industry &...

What makes scoutAsia different from other news monitoring email alert services is that we use Nikkei and the Financial Times’ deep editorial experience to carefully select only the ...

More resilient supply chains through news monitoring email alerts

The weaknesses of global supply chains are in the spotlight once again, this time due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The problem isn’t new. The 2011 Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami ...