Is research seen as valuable in your department/company before deciding on solutions/implementing products and services internally? Whether it's a yes or no, would you mind elaborating?

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CTO in Media, 2 - 10 employees
Research can help a company or organization understand the market trends, the customer needs, and the potential competition better. By conducting research, a company can gather information and data to support decision-making, identify opportunities and risks, and make informed choices about new products or services to develop.

Furthermore, research can also help to evaluate the effectiveness of current products or services and identify areas for improvement. Research can also help a company or organization to develop a better understanding of its customers, which can aid in the development of more targeted and effective products and services.

Overall, research is an essential tool for companies and organizations to make informed decisions and stay competitive in today's rapidly changing marketplace.
Chief Technology Officer in Software, 11 - 50 employees
For projects in emerging technologies it's many a times necessary as per my experience goes..

VP of Supply Chain in Transportation, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
Yes. Research based on objective evidence, facts, and industry-accredited statistics is important. However, I would put forward that there are circumstances that command decisive decision-making in which an individual may not have time to do exhaustive research. 

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