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How to make full use of your Knowledge Centre

18 April 2016/Categories: Student Voice


The first in a series of Knowledge Centre tutorial videos has been launched by CILT. ‘Your Business Intelligent Service’ demonstrates how you can access a filing cabinet full of information including; country reports, company information and unrivalled market intelligence. 

The Knowledge Centre is broken down into three main online functions and the first video of the Knowledge Centre’s tutorial series gives you a detailed guide to making full use of the Business Intelligent Service.

The Business Intelligence Service (BIS) reflects a huge, virtual filing cabinet of approximately 7,000 journals from around the globe. The BIS also provides access to detailed international industry reports, plus country specific analysis and approximately 10,000 large global company profiles.

The award winning International Knowledge Centre provides members with access to leading information from around the world in all areas of logistics, transport and the supply chain.

Recognised as a centre of information excellence among CILT members, and by those seeking to extend their knowledge of logistics and transport related subjects, the Knowledge Centre is an unrivalled benefit of CILT membership.

CILT is here to help take your studies to the next level. Don’t forget to utilise the Knowledge Centre for information to assist in your essays, studies and research.



For more information on how the Knowledge Centre can assist you contact; E:
knowledge@ciltuk.org.uk T: 01536 740167
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