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At Javelin, we believe that research is a strategic investment. Your business depends on forward-looking research, precise analysis, and action-ready guidance to effectively drive your business initiatives…and Javelin delivers. We conduct extensive research and analysis and provide guidance that enables financial institutions, technology vendors, and regulators and other policy-makers to be market leaders and innovators.
KNOWLEDGE OF FINANCIAL SERVICES INDUSTRY
With 100+ years of collective experience in the industry, it’s no surprise that the leading financial providers rely on the actionable research and counsel they get from Javelin to guide their business initiatives.
Javelin has the most up-to-date information on financial industry practices, market trends, and consumer preferences. Our primary research database comprises 275,000 consumers, merchants, and bankers. We conduct several longitudinal studies. A sampling of our studies includes the seven syndicated surveys we deploy annually on payments, banking, fraud1, and mobile.
We use significantly large sample sizes of 3,000 to more than 5,000 consumers or small business owners, conduct mystery-shopping research, and interview financial industry executives and stakeholders in order to fully explore and analyze emerging trends. We employ sophisticated mathematical and analytic processes such as regression, least squares, advanced conjoint analysis, and forecast modeling and deep analyst knowledge and expertise to derive our research conclusions and projections. Read More
Javelin Strategy & Research is an independent research and advisory company. Our strategic recommendations are based solely on proprietary data and industry analysis and are free from the influence of any single organization.
Information on Javelin resources, service offerings, media coverage, and areas of expertise is available at www.javelinstrategy.com.
1 Javelin Strategy & Research has been conducting its annual Identity Fraud Survey Report since 2003, expanding on FTC’s survey methodology and reporting structure.