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Constellation and the curse of the quadrant

At the beginning, the intent was pure. Industry analysts, more specifically the buy-side “prescribers” exist to help technology buyers (often referred to as end-users) select the best vendors and providers. They gather insights through public and private sources such as (semi-)private vendor briefings and conversations (inquiries) with their end-user subscribers. Some analysts take hundreds of briefings and inquiries […]

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Constellation Research continues expansion with digital marketing appointment

By Dave Noble, IIAR board member & APJ chapter lead Constellation Research has added to its research portfolio with the appointment of an Australian digital media veteran to lead its coverage of digital marketing transformation, a new research theme which again shifts focus away from traditional IT purchasers and on to business buyers. Based in […]

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Drinks with Constellation Research: London – Wednesday 14th March

In London tomorrow and want to meet R “Ray” Wang (@rwang0, LinkedIn) and other members of the Constellation Research team? This is your chance. Constellation Research and the IIAR are organising drinks at a bar in central London (Chancery Lane area) on Wednesday 14th March 2012, from 6.15pm. As well as Ray, we’re delighted to have […]

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Introducing constellation research

Ray Wang leaves Altimeter Group to form syndicated research house Starts business with incredible global analysts and advisors including Vinnie Mirchandani, Phil Fersht, Dennis Howlett, Paul Papadimitriou and Brian Solis 70% of customers will be buy-side When Ray Wang explains the thinking behind the newest analyst firm on the market, a few words are frequently […]

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[JOB POSTING] Sr. Analyst Relations Manager- AI, Microsoft, Redmond, WA, US

Job description  Analysts are recognizing Microsoft for its remarkable transformation and at the same time there is an explosion of artificial intelligence interest and research. As a result, Microsoft is looking for a technologically perceptive individual to craft and execute their analyst engagement strategy for Artificial Intelligence. If you have a passion for driving thought-leadership […]

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2017, a tectonic year for influencer relations?

This January feels like our IIAR April Fool posts came early. After Gartner gobbling the largest peer-to-peer advisory firm CEB (Corporate Advisory Firm) for a cool USD 3.3 billions (2.6b in cash and stock plus 700m debt), the long awaited and many times postponed sellout of IDG, the parent company of IDC, happened yesterday. Those two deals are nothing less […]

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Winners announced: IIAR Analyst of the Year 2016

The IIAR is delighted to announce the winners of this year’s IIAR Analyst of the Year 2016 and IIAR Analyst Firm of the Year 2016 AND THE WINNERS ARE… Keep reading below for the IIAR Analyst of Year 2016, IIAR Global Analyst Firm of Year 2016, IIAR Independent Analyst of the Year 2016 and the best […]

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Who will be the IIAR Analyst of the Year 2016?

The IIAR mainframe has been humming once again… and the IIAR Analyst of the Year 2016 winners will be announced tomorrow (6th December 2016) at the IIAR Christmas Party in London. Last year’s vote was a close run thing, with a number of analysts fighting it out. Our winner Julie Short  (LinkedIn, @JulieDShort) at Gartner just pipped several other […]

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Do you need to pay Gartner to be in the Magic Quadrant?

It’s been interesting reading some of the recent posts and comments on Linkedin about Gartner and its supposed lack of independence. I’ve been an AR professional for 15 years now and work for a variety of technology and telecoms companies (large and small). Some have Gartner contracts, some don’t. I have never seen or heard […]

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