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Shephard Plus is a business insight tool for companies that incorporates major defence systems, subsystems and market forecasting in a single-licence database. It captures a broad range of information including:
- System specifications, unit costs, out-of-service dates, plus orders and deliveries by country
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- In-depth market forecasts
- Linked news and analysis from our dedicated team of journalists
Plus is used by defence contractors, procurement organisations and militaries to provide system information and support competitive analysis and market forecasting.
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