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AirPatrol SWOT Analysis - Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats of AirPatrol

This SWOT Analysis of AirPatrol provides a full SWOT analysis of the company's businesses and operations. The profile shows a comprehensive view of the company's key strengths and weaknesses and the potential opportunities and threats.

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AirPatrol SWOT Analysis Overview

Categories: financial report, strategic management, risk analysis, market analysis

Tag: company history, key employees, SWOT analysis, major products and services

Description: International demand can increase.

This SWOT Analysis of AirPatrol provides a strategic report of businesses and operations of the company. The SWOT analysis shows strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. This SWOT analysis of AirPatrol can provide a competitive advantage.

This analysis contains 585 data points.

Last update: July 2017.

SWOT - Strengths

-high growth rate
-existing distribution and sales networks

 

SWOT - Weaknesses

-future profitability
-high investments in research and development

 

SWOT - Opportunities

-new markets
-growing demand
-growing economy

 

SWOT - Threats

-cash flow
-tax changes
-price changes
-growing competition and lower profitability

 

Business Trends

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The industry shows a growth rate of about 3%.


Industry specific SWOT analysis (Relevance/Importance)

What happens in the underlying industry? Factors and trends affecting the overall industry and their implications for this business:

Strengths

-The industry is more robust than the economy in general. (20%, 29%)
-We see high industry growth rates. (44%, 46%)

 

Weaknesses

-There migth be a lack of strategic relationships. (21%, 28%)
-Profitability could be higher in this industry. (43%, 16%)

 

Opportunities

-The industry faces a recovery. (48%, 12%)
-Global markets are available. (10%, 19%)
-We see global growth opportunities. (56%, 44%)
-New technologies are available at reasonable costs. (43%, 47%)

 

Threats

-Industry faces government regulations. (44%, 20%)

 

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  • You can use a SWOT analysis to summarize a complex situation. It is easy to understand and has little or no cost.
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  • Focus on the key internal and external factors affecting the organization.
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  • There is no weight or prioritization of factors.
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