What's this place about?
WikiSWOT started off of a simple premise: Creating a FREE repository of SWOT frameworks that are created, edited, and mainted by users that are passionate about a specific company/industry and understand it very well.
As analysts we came to realize there are a lot of resources on the Internet that offer SWOT reports for anywhere between USD50 to USD200 but most of the time their quality is actually lackluster.
In addition, there is an overwhelming amount of information on the Internet about every company and industry we track – and that’s where the beauty of a SWOT really comes to shine: smaller is better.
Ultimately the purpose of this site is to collectively gather pieces of knowledge to create a highly accurate, relevant, and real-time database of free SWOT frameworks. In the end we are here to help our users get started with the assessment of any of the company's we track.
Today we track more than 20 industries and over 100 SWOTs. As a not-for-profit website we depend on our users to increase the breadth and depth of our analysis, so thank you for stopping by!
Who is hiding behind the camera?
We have a small but dedicated team. Here is a little about ourserlves.
Aaron is the co-founder of WikiSWOT. Past projects & experiences include the launch of several online communities that today are used by millions of people around the world - and that makes him very happy.
Jerzy lives in Europe but that doesn't stop him from coding. Jerzy built the framework behind WikiSWOT and enjoys coding in PHP the most.
Sarah is all about taking names and getting things done. With over 10 years of experience, she is the guiding engine and major investor behind our team (hence the puppy).