Wharton Research Data Services Adds S&P Global Transcripts

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According to a new press release, “Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS), the leading data research platform and business intelligence tool for corporate, academic and government institutions worldwide, is pleased to announce the addition of S&P Global Transcripts to its data offerings. A part of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, WRDS provides global corporations, universities and regulatory agencies the thought leadership, data access and insights needed to enable impactful research. Through WRDS, S&P Global Transcripts provides unparalleled insights from management calls and discussions including unstructured textual data in machine-readable format for quicker analysis and unique metadata tagging for each message including Company ID, Speaker ID, Key Development ID, among others. Subscribers can combine call transcripts with earnings, M&A, guidance, existing datasets to create uniquely powerful insights.”

Robert Zarazowski, Managing Director of WRDS, commented, “WRDS is excited to add S&P Global Transcripts to the platform… The unique tagging within the transcript data along with the ability to easily link to other data on WRDS will be extremely valuable for our subscribers. I look forward to seeing how our users incorporate this data into their impact-driven work.”

Joel Nadelman, Global Head of Academic Solutions, noted, “We are thrilled to partner with WRDS and offer impactful, unrivaled data for our subscribers. This data will expand university curricula – allowing users to acquire forward-looking perspectives by reading transcripts of earnings calls, perform historical analyses to determine sentiment, all with integration with other datasets.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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