BFSI (Banking,financial services and Insurance)

The next 10 years will be of BFSI in terms of growth and ease of loan procurement. This industry landscape has been undergoing transition at a rapid pace. Pressures of customer retention, product and channel profitability, risk management, and improving financial performance have compelled financial institutions to aggressively implement a range of IT solutions ensuring customer satisfaction. LivingRivals collects data related to different parameters associated with the BFSI industry.

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E commerce

e-commerce has transformed the traditional way of shopping to more convenient way within couple clicks. Amidst devaluations and a funding crunch, few e-commerce companies have battled and stood tall. The Indian e-commerce market is expected to grow to US$ 200 billion by 2026 from US$ 38.5 billion as of 2017.

India is a more complicated market than China and succedding in India is not as simple as the other markets. Buyers do not tend to be as loyal as in other countries and their buying decisions are mostly driven by prices quoted by various sellers.

Our system is able to capture data from the leading ecommerce sites and is able to compute how others can perform in this highly competitive segment.

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RMG

The next five years of Real Money Gaming Market is going to be just like last five years of e-commerce.
Real-money gaming has been very successful in certain areas, and among investors it tends to be compared against trends like social games in very positive terms. The average lifetime value of a real-money player is generally thought to be far higher than a social gamer. Several parts of the online gambling universe host cultures of players who behave just like any other gamer. The sector is no more dark or seedy than any other kind of game, and it has its fans and whales just as every other kind does.

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Realty

The real estate sector is one of the most globally recognised sectors. In India, real estate is the second largest employer after agriculture. The Indian real estate market is expected to touch US$ 180 billion by 2020. India is going through suburbanisation and new projects are been developed rapidly across Tier1 and Tier2 towns. LivingRivals will be able to identify the kind of creatives, messaging, location and starting price each builder is promoting for you to be ahead or at par of your competition.

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