At Cogitamus, we offer an incisive approach to parliamentary monitoring, with a clear focus on providing a tailored and personalised service for our clients. In the world of public affairs, attempting to navigate through vast amounts of data in order to locate the information of significance can present a considerable challenge. We pride ourselves on our ability to meet this task, surveying a realm of extensive information, from a variety of sources, before highlighting and reporting on relevant data that matches any items of concern or interest held by any existing or potential client.
By monitoring a range of outlets for parliamentary information such as consultations, announcements, debates, Q&A sessions and committee meetings, Cogitamus is able to ascertain and extract the information of utmost relevance to a specific organisation or issue. In a way we believe superior to an automated parliamentary monitoring service we go one step further, attempting to monitor such events or occurrences in person wherever possible. In so doing, we are able to move past the limitations of an automated method, to provide instead a personalised and human-focussed parliamentary monitoring product. As a result, we are able to report on the nuances inherent in the parliamentary system, providing a narrative that outlines the atmosphere and interpersonal interactions occurring alongside parliamentary developments. This holistic approach ensures we offer a subtle parliamentary monitoring output for our clients, which in the world of public affairs is a resource of critical importance.
An example of an instance in which our parliamentary monitoring service has proved crucial to a client in the past is the work we conducted for an organisation based in the telecommunications industry. The company were facing a severe threat to their business due to a proposed regulatory change which was being agitated for by a coalition of backbench MPs. Through careful parliamentary monitoring of telecommunications issues, utilising resources such as Hansard records but backed by our personal knowledge of the politicians involved, we were able to inform the client of relevant developments and information which helped to shape a successful counter campaign against the proposed new regulation.