AR professionals in the New York City area are welcome to attend the IIAR’s first NYC chapter first meeting on Wednesday, June 2nd. FD, the strategic communications consultancy, have kindly offered to host a breakfast meeting with Jonathan Yarmis, Senior Research Fellow at Ovum and a leading voice in the technology industry for over 30… Read More →
[Guest post] Evan Quin’s take on V3.
IIAR members can hear about exciting developments on new chapters in India, New York City, and Atlanta in next week’s FORUM on Thursday 27th May. For a complete agenda which includes a panel on working with the vertical analysts log into the members area at http://analystrelations.org/members-area. Members can register with the IIAR secretary (jcourtenay at analystrelations… Read More →
Register for the London Forum on verticals on May 27th with IDC Insights, Cambashi, Kable and Silva Research.
Highlights from the IIAR Best Practices teleconference for analyst sponsored events.
The IIAR is delighted to host a teleconference by Forrester Research to share some results from its recent global survey of AR managers.
Please help us to benchmark AR salaries by taking a moment to fill in the short questionnaire at http://bit.ly/aAoZQT.
IIAR discussion group: AR best practice for analyst events by Ed Gyurko. The IIAR will hold a discussion group teleconference on the subject of AR best practice at analyst-firm sponsored events like Forrester’s IT Forums,Gartner Symposia and IDC Directions on Thursday 6th May 2010 from 1500 BST to 1600 BST / 10:00am EST to 11:00… Read More →
The IIAR board is very pleased to announce that Jane Courtenay is now on board as the new secretary for the institute.
The IIAR will hold a teleconference on the subject of AR best practice at anlayst-firm sponsored events on Thursday 6/5/10.
This week, in our continuing series of analyst interviews, Josh Krischer, founder and principal analyst with Josh Krischer & Associates, shares his insight on the IT analysis market. What are your coverage areas? I cover Mainframes, high-end computing, storage, disaster recovery techniques and data center consolidation. What are your opinions of the IT Analysis Marketplace… Read More →
This week we have the pleasure of interviewing R “Ray” Wang from Forrester Research. In his spare time, he also contributes to the insightful Software Insiders blog. Thanks to Ray for his insights on the Software industry and also some thought provoking views on the IT Analysis industry too. What are your coverage areas? Research… Read More →
The IIAR has started a series of email interviews, where analysts from around the world are presented. We have talked to Rüdiger Spies from IDC . Thanks again fo him for the time he spent to give us some insight about IDC and the industry. 1. What are your coverage areas? A) It’s… Read More →
Readership of the IIAR’s blog has continued to rise over the last few months. In fact, the number of visitors doubled in February, March and April. David’s post on Ethics and Independence Among Industry Analysts has caught huge attention, as has Jonny’s Analyst of the year survey. The next most-read article was about our 2007… Read More →
Do you want your favourite analyst to be recognised? Do you feel that enough recognition is given to your preferred analyst house? If you have answered ‘yes’ to any of the above questions – please fill in the analyst of the year survey now. This survey is open to everyone who works in AR. Send… Read More →
Today we hear from Ben Wood who is a director at CCS Insight and one of the best known analysts in the mobile world. He and others in the CCS Insight team can be found blogging here. 1. What are your coverage areas? CCS Insight specialises in research about the mobile and wireless industry —… Read More →
Continuing our series of analyst interviews, next into the hotseat is David Hofferberth, from Service Performance Insights, one of the few analysts covering the Professional Services market -a huge but little spoken about industry. What are your coverage areas? I cover business applications that are used in the professional services sector. Traditionally, these have boiled… Read More →
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Or more to the point, who analyses the analysts? In this case it is the Institute of Industry Analyst Relations (IIAR). In a marketing world that is dominated by PR, the creation of a dedicated body to promote AR best practice and stand as a forum on issues has been warmly… Read More →
In the second of our series of ‘email interviews’, we open up the IIAR blog to Robin Bloor (@robinbloor) of Hurwitz & Associates (and yes, the founder of Bloor Research) to share his views on the industry. Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+Pinterest
There’s been a bit of a discussion going around lately on ethics in the industry analyst sector. I understand why the ‘pay for play’ model can seem an attractive option for smaller companies looking to generate business but firms that go down this route always tend to get found out. Their credibility is eroded, they… Read More →