While it may seem competitive intelligence (CI) and market intelligence (MI) are the same and they serve a similar purpose i.e., aid decision-making, but they are different in practice and make a great equation for the success of any business. In today's rapidly changing market dynamics, no business is unaffected from the developments happening in its connected ecosystems. The business world has turned into a big web with interconnected markets that are impacting each other, and it is likely to get more and more complex in the future. With the increasing complexity and competition among industries, it has become more than necessary to keep a track of not only your competitors but also where the market is headed. So, will it be okay to say that CI and MI are slowly converging? Let’s find out.