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Industry Dashboard Sample 1
SAMPLE Industry Dashboard Format (using old data) used for each of the 16,000+ industries:
 


Industry Name:   
Heart Stent & Vascular Stent Manufacturing     
Industry Sector:   Health Care, Life Sciences & Pharmaceuticals       
Industry Subsector: . . Medical Equipment Manufacturing
Industry Group: . . . . . . . Medical Equipment for Body Parts
Industry Subgroup: . . . . . . .   Other Heart-Related Products & Equipment       
Industry Definition: Stents are typically small mesh tubes used to treat narrowed or weakened arteries in the body.
 
Est Industry Revenue 2012: $      7,700 million  
Est Industry Growth 2012-2016:    2012 = 18%;    2013= 18%;    2014= 12%;    2015= 10%;    2016 = 8%
Est Industry Revenue 2013: $      9,086 million 
Est Industry Revenue 2014: $     10,721 million  
Est Industry Revenue 2015: $     12,008 million  
Est Industry Revenue 2016: $     13,209 million 
 
Competitors By Top Corp Parent:  Boston Scientific; J&J; Medtronic; Abbott Laboratories; OrbusNeich; Datascope; amg Int'l; Cook Medical; B Braun Melsungen; Biosensors; Stentys; Hexacath; Relisys Medical Devices; Cappella; Aeon Bioscience; Amaranth Medical; Arterial Remodeling Technologies; ... 
Competitors By Immediate Parent: Boston Scientific Interventional Cardiology Division; Cordis Cardiology Interventional Products; Medtronic Inc; Abbott Labs; OrbusNeich; Datascope; amg Int'l; Cook Medical; Biosensors Interventional Cardiology Division; Aeon Bioscience; Amaranth Medical; Arterial Remodeling Technologies; ...   
Competitors By Brand:  Boston Scientific Taxus Express Coronary Stent Cordis Cypher Sirolimus-eluting coronary stents; Medtronic Endeavor drug-coated coronary stent; Xience drug-coated stent, Cook Medical Zilver PTX drug-eluting superficial femoral artery stent, Biosensors S-Stent, ... 
Industry Product Segments   Bare metal stainless steel wire mesh tube stents; Bare metal copper cromium stents; Drug-coated, medicated, and drug-eluting stents; Fabric stents; Biliary stents; Temporary stents; Fully bioabsorbable stents; Abluminal biodegradable polymer drug-eluting stents; Self-expanding and disconnectable stents; Radioactive coronary stents;  ... 
Industry Customer Segments   People: requiring angioplasty; with symptomatic carotid artery disease; with acute coronary syndromes; with Acute Myocardial Infarction - AMI; Patients with Saphenous Vein Graft interventions; People with allergies to certain stent metals or medications;  People who have had or need multiple stents; People with restenosis - repeat narrowing of coronary artery; People that have artery blockages not relieved by medication; Infants requiring heart stents; ...
Industry Channel Segments Hospitals; Independent Outpatient Cath Labs; Cardiologist groups and associations; Medical supply wholesalers and distributors.... 
Industry Substitutes: Coronary artery bypass graft surgery, Carotid endarterectomy, Angioplasty, Enhanced external counterpulsation, Aortic aneurysm repair, Statins; Fewer repeat stent procedures; Lifestyle ... 
Industry Complements:  Guidewires; Balloons; Sheath introducers; Sirolimus drugs; Aspirin; Anti clotting/blood thinner medication; Intravascular ultrasound imaging equipment ... 
Industry Vendor Types:  Stainless steel wire metal mesh; Special fabric; Cobalt chromium; Drugs for coronary conditions; Stent making equipment; Stent storage units; ....
Industry Attractiveness Grade:  Very High   [Scale: Very High (125 - 150); High (110 - 124); Medium (90 - 109); Low (75 - 89); Very Low (50 - 74)]
Industry Attractiveness Score:  128           [Computed by Adding:   Industry 5 Forces Score + Industry Size Factor + Industry Growth Factor]
Industry 5 Forces Score:                117       [A score from 50 to 150. 50 is the worst possible score and 150 is the best possible score for industry structure]
1-Rivalry Among Competitors:           112   [Scale from 50 to 150, with 150 the highest competitive rivalry possible]
2-Threat of New Entrants:                   70   [Scale from 50 to 150, with 150 the highest threat from potential new entrants]
3-Threat of Substitutes:                      90   [Scale from 50 to 150, with 150 the highest threat from substitutes]           
4-Customer Bargaining Power:            70   [Scale from 50 to 150, with 150 indicating tremendous buyer power held by end customers and/or the distribution channels]
5-Vendor Power:                                  52  [Scale from 50 to 150, with 150 representing tremendous power held by the suppliers to this industry]
Industry Size Factor:                       6         [The square root of: the sum of 3 years of estimated Industry Revenues divided by 1 billion. Maximum = 10.]
Industry Growth Factor:                  5        [Sum annual Industry Growth Rates for 3 years; Subtract 10%; then multiple by 100. Set: minimum = 0; maximum = 10.]
Blue Versus Red Ocean Rating:   Bluish-red Ocean    [Ocean Categories: Blue; Red; and Bluish-red for industries with both blue and red ocean segments]
Decision Makers    Patients; Doctors; Medical Department Heads; Clinical Engineering Department Managers; Claims Professionals; Hospital Procurement Managers; Medicare & Medicaid Managers .... 
Buyer Purchase Criteria:  Purchase Price; Perceived product quality; Sales force knowledge; Time in business;  Recommendation from doctor or medical association... 
End Users      Patients;   Doctors;   Surgeons;   Cardiologists and interventional cardiologists;   Radiologists and Interventional Radiologists; Clinicians; ...
Distribution Channel Criteria    Channel commission % of purchase price; Business partner program rules and ease of doing business; Market share / number of customers; Customer service...
Industry Trends   Industry consolidation continues; Increasing need to provide products on a global basis; Decreasing cycle time in bring products to market...
Economic Trends      Global GDP increasing 2.5%; Economic growth in China and India is fueling industry growth; ...
Geopolitical Trends   Freedom and capitalism is expanding globally; The % of the population over 65 in G7 nations is growing; Growing populations increase demand ...
Technology Trends   HL7 Electronic interchange of clinical, financial & admin data among health care oriented computer systems; ...
Industry Uncertainties   The rate of M&A among competitors is uncertain; The number of new entrants in the next few years is uncertain; The number of new substitutes...
Industry Success Factors   Ability to win new customers to increase market share; High safety record; ...
Industry Social Responsibilities: Social CSR - Healthcare;           
Additional Industry Information: Heart stents are used much more often in the U.S. than in Canada on a percentage basis to clear blocked arteries;  ...
NAICS 2-digit Code & Description:       33   -       Manufacturing - Part 3
NAICS 6-digit Code & Description:       339113 -  Surgical Appliance and Supplies Manufacturing
SIC Code & Description:                      3842 -      Orthopedic, Prosthetic, and Surgical Appliances and Supplies (incontinent pads and bed pads)
SEC's SIC-Based Code & Description:   3842 -      Orthopedic, Prosthetic & Surgical Appliances & Supplies       
ISIC Code & Description:                     3311 -      Manufacture of medical and surgical equipment and orthopaedic appliances
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Note:   All information is provided "as-is" on a best-efforts basis; and, especially because there is no other known source that provides information at this level, the data cannot be easily validated. The quantity and quality of the information varies across the 15,000+ industries, and the information provided is not exhaustive.  The dashboard is designed to show one line of information for each strategically-relevant type of information, as shown in the example above. Users of this information should not depend on this information for making investment decisions, etc. Use this strategically-relevant, high-quality, line-of-business information at your own risk :)