The world of metals procurement can be a difficult one to navigate, particularly amid the current climate of trade wars, tariffs and a bevy of other risks ranging from climate change to geopolitical tensions.
That’s why it’s vital to come to the marketplace with dynamic, relevant and accurate data to inform your decision-making.
MetalMiner’s new MetalMiner Insights platform does just that.
The new MetalMiner Insights platform is an invaluable resource of metals pricing information, utilizing a wide variety of tools to help buyers make informed decisions.
MetalMiner Co-founder and CEO Lisa Reisman envisions the new tool building on the site’s current information and offering more data in one view, or platform.
“For years, metals buyers have been using our monthly forecasting reports to improve their metal purchase timing. We always say we help you know when and how much to buy. By combining historic and current metals pricing with our forecasting and buying recommendations in one platform, MetalMiner Insights is truly a one-stop show for metals buyers seeking reliable market intelligence,” Reisman said.
The platform combines metal prices with forecasting, in addition to data analysis capability. Pricing for some metals can be hard to find — in that vein, the new, easy-to-use platform features correlation modeling so users can assess prices for a desired metal based on another metal with which it closely correlates.
Among the assets MetalMiner insights can provide include:
- Full interactive charting of current and historic metals prices (in different currencies)
- Forecasting with tangible buying recommendations
- Cost savings diagnostic
- Correlation analysis (map your data to existing forecasts and/or create proxy tools for monitoring price trends)
- Interactive dashboard with optional pricing data feeds (e.g., inflation adjusters, monitor prices paid against market)
- Bid and RFQ templates for supplier negotiations
Buyers of a single corporate license obtain unlimited usage of the MetalMiner Insights platform across their organization.
To learn more about MetalMiner Insights, visit MetalMiner.com/Insights or contact Lisa Reisman via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (773) 865-0387.