The new ScoutAsia UI increased usability and more


The new ScoutAsia UI increased usability and more

Over the past few months, we have been working on updating the ScoutAsia webapp to better meet your needs.

From February 20 (Tue) onwards, be greeted by our new landing page and updated features! Expect a seamless workflow between things you save, and what you want to actively monitor.

The current design of the top page shows your alerts first, but based on your feedback, we will update the top page to make it more user-friendly.

Specifically, by selecting the country and industry you are interested in, you will be able to quickly view the latest news and reports together. Your alerts will appear after this section. We plan to continue adding and expanding the functions and contents of the top page.

We look forward to your continued patronage of the Nikkei scoutAsia service.

For more information, please reach out to your respective account managers or write to [email protected]  

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