J-InterSect provides global benchmark and best practice research on a wide-range of commercial and social sector topics with an extensive library of research reports.

As of January 2021, J-InterSect has a library of 424 research reports, discovered 1,300+ global benchmarks and 1,700+ high value-add best practices related to the “3-Highs”, and a backlog of 42 research reports.

J-InterSect has two research products (a library of research reports and customized research reports) that create high value-add, high return on resources, and high impact (the “3-Highs”) by discovering global benchmarks and high value-add best practices. Research reports will be available for purchase beginning Spring 2021.

J-InterSect research reports utilize J-InterSect University proprietary ABC process, covering more than 140 countries:

(A.) Analyze global benchmarks and their high value-add best practices.
(B.) Build relationships with highly successful global thought leaders or executives.
(C.) Create research reports that are vastly superior to existing single source research.

Organizations utilize J-InterSect research to improve performance primarily in 4 ways:
1. Benchmarking and best practice research;
2. Internal and external training;
3. KPI management;
4. New initiatives assessment.

J-InterSect’s founding principles are based on the seminal publication New Philanthropy Benchmarking (“NPB”).

Contact us

J-InterSect c/o The Charles & Agnes Kazarian Foundation 1629 K Street NW, Suite 300 Washington, DC 20006 T/ +1 202 449 9600 E/ info@jintersect.com
International Office
J-InterSect Yerevan, Armenia