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Replaced the U.S. Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system in 1997; it's a 5- or 6-digit number. You can search by keyword, and there are tables to convert from NAICS to SIC, and SIC to NAICS. The NAICS was developed jointly by the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to compare statistics about business activity across North America.
The U.S. government classified business activity according to the SIC system until the adoption of NAICS in 1997. It's searchable by code or by keyword. Some business sources still feature SIC code search options.
3-5 digit classification system for products produced by service industries in 12 NAICS sectors in the 48-49 through 81 divisions. Is a complement to NAICS and organizes products primarily by their use. Implementation started in 2007.
Company information from about 18 million North American and international companies, SWOT analysis, analyst reports, SEC filings, and market research. Exporting of data is limited to 100 items on-campus or 50 off-campus.
Use the Business Type section of the Custom Search and search by keyword, NAICS, or SIC code, to get a list of companies in a particular industry. Exporting of data is limited to 100 items on-campus or 50 off-campus.
In-depth industry analysis for 700+ U.S. industries and hundreds of international industries; they are adding state-specific reports. Reports include key competitors and much more. Restricted to current UST students, faculty, and staff.
Even on campus you must login with UST username and password.