To develop a team of skilled individuals who desire to leverage industry experiences and problem solving expertise to help clients better understand market dynamics and develop successful go-to-market strategies.
IntelliClear’s mission is to bring clarity to IT market intelligence by delivering results-oriented research, responsive industry experience, and effective data synthesis – leading to confident go-to-market plans. The mission of IntelliClear is not growth of the company, but rather to delight customers while doing something that we love to do.
We are a client focused company that believes the following core values will drive our success and build valued relationships with customers, partners, suppliers, and employees.
IntelliClear Non-Compete Policy
In order to maintain the highest level of integrity as a company, avoid conflicts of interest, and protect clients’ intellectual property, IntelliClear employs a disciplined non-compete policy. This policy evaluates each project on a three-vector basis:
- Technology: Such as tablet PCs, handhelds, Intel servers, etc
- Market: Such as consumer, small business, large enterprise, etc
- Geography: Such as the US, EMEA, Asia, etc
IntelliClear’s policy is to not accept projects for two or more competitors in a span of less than 12 months in case these three vectors coincide, even in part for an individual vector. This is how the policy works:
Let’s say IntelliClear was to complete a project for company A that involved desktop PCs, in the SMB market, in the US. If, within 12 months from the completion of this project, company B (a competitor to company A) asked IntelliClear to complete a project across the same three vectors, IntelliClear would respectfully decline. However, if company B asked IntelliClear to complete a project for Intel servers, in the large enterprise market, in EMEA, IntelliClear would accept that project.
Whenever projects, such as the two described above for company A and B above are accepted by IntelliClear, both legal and professional boundaries are maintained in order to not only protect both clients, but to protect IntelliClear as a company. Should IntelliClear ever breach this written, or implied, ethical code by communicating sensitive information (in whatever form) from one competitor to another, IntelliClear as a company would cease to exist.