Research Capsule specializes in markets adjacent to mobility such as mobile banking, the smart home, the internet of things, and e-commerce. The company was founded in 2014 combining years’ of industry experience of founders - Peter Bryer and Raghu Rajagopal. Peter has worked in market research and foresighting for Nokia for more than 15 years, while Raghu has managed market research projects for a top market research company. The company has on board top writing talent to present ideas in a clear and concise manner. We also work with experts in local markets to provide a local perspective.
As former users of off-the-shelf reports, we realize the importance of providing actionable conclusions and useful data points. Each report includes clear recommendations for players across the value chain. We also provide quantitative scores such as Research Capsule's “Market Readiness Scores” which highlight addressable markets. We understand that market change is happening faster than ever, and companies need to uncover opportunities quickly. Our goal is to sift through hype and track real trends in the mobile and connected world.
Research Capsule is always looking to uncover growth opportunities for business developers and potential investors. There are certain segments which have played out, but that only means the game is starting elsewhere. Companies we talk to realize they have to move from one opportunity to another to survive in business - Research Capsule helps uncover these opportunities.
... in volume terms. India continues to offer significant opportunities for growth given its current low smartphone saturation rates. Smartphones made up close to 40% of total handset shipments during Q3, 2015. The report includes smartphone ... Read More
... time when healthcare providers are looking to cut costs and improve safety and quality, implementation of radio frequency identification in hospitals and other care environments has recently seen increased levels of implementation. Reduced equipment costs ... Read More
... terms. India continues to offer significant opportunities for growth given its current low smartphone saturation rates. Smartphones made up close to 50% of total handset sales during Q2, a record for the Indian market. Included ... Read More
... for the top-20 vendors. Included is a list of volume sales of more than 200 individual smartphone models from all key device vendors such as Apple, Samsung, Micromax, Intex, Xiaomi, Sony, Panasonic, plus many smaller, ... Read More
... d'etre in the mobile milieu with its mobile payment service. Fingerprint sensors are a must-have feature in flagship smartphones. The key use case for sensors is mobile payment authentication. The report examines current and planned ... Read More