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Around Errol Rasit from Gartner in 10 Questions

Today we ask our probing questions of Errol Rasit from Gartner. Errol (Linkedin@ErrolRasit) was runner up in this years IIAR Analyst of the Year for 2015 as voted by analyst relations professionals.

1. What are your coverage areas?Errol Rasit / Gartner for the IIAR Around 10 Questions series

I typically describe my coverage as all things in the data center that you can kick, not that I would advise it. Percussive maintenance is not a first option! This translates to servers, storage, integrated systems, Hyperconvergence, and a special interest in in-memory computing. I also run a global team of analyst who specialize in Data Center Infrastructure technologies. We focus on both technology provider and end-user advice. Continue Reading →

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Around Ray Wang in 10 questions (redux)

Ray WangToday we ask our 10 probing questions of Ray Wang from Constellation. Ray (Linkedin@rwang0) was runner up in this years IIAR Analyst of the Year for 2015 as voted by analyst relations professionals.

1. What are your coverage areas?

Digital transformation, disrupting technologies, service providers transition, cloud bill of rights, vendor selection, software licensing and pricing. Continue Reading →

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Around Julie Short from Gartner in 10 questions

Julie Short / GartnerToday we ask our 10 probing questions of Julie Short from Gartner. Julie (LinkedIn@juliedshort) is the IIAR Analyst of the Year for 2015 as voted by analyst relations professionals.

1. What are your coverage areas?

Business Consulting, specifically strategy, operations, human capital management, and risk assurance. Also cover some aspects of technology consulting.

2. What are your opinions of the IT Analysis Marketplace and where do you see it going?
Increasingly, there is little done in business that does not have some technology impact. Continue Reading →

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Around Rajesh Ranjan from Everest Group in 10 questions

Rajesh RanjanToday we ask our infamous ten probing questions of Rajesh Ranjan (LinkedIn, Blog) from the Everest Group. Rajesh Ranjan, is the Vice President of the Everest Group’sBusiness Process Outsourcing (BPO) research program. Rajesh is also a frequent participant and presenter at industry forums.

  1. What are your coverage areas?
    I cover Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) and associated next generation global services themes such as Business-Process-as-a-Service (BPaaS) and Analytics. Continue Reading →
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Around Cindy Jutras of Mint Jutras in 10 Questions

Cindy JutrasToday we ask our infamous ten probing questions to Cindy Jutras (LinkedIn, Twitter) from Mint Jutras. Cindy published hundreds of research papers whilst at the Aberdeen Group and now offers a number of services independently, through Mint Jutras.

1. What are your coverage areas?
Enterprise Applications with ERP at the core. But it is getting harder and harder to tell where ERP ends and other applications begin, so you will see me expand into performance management, HCM and others. And of course cloud and SaaS are key. Continue Reading →

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Around Peyman Mestchian of Chartis Research in 10 questions

Peyman MestchianToday we ask our infamous ten probing questions to Peyman Mestchian (LinkedIn) from Chartis Research.

1. What are your coverage areas?
I cover risk and compliance technology or “RiskTech” for short. This is a relatively broad market sector. Sub-segments of our coverage include financial risk (market, credit, liquidity), operational risk, financial crime risk and energy trading risk. Fundamentally we look at the role of technology as an enabler for enterprise risk management across financial and non-financial sectors.

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Around Leslie Ament from Hypatia in 10 questions

This is not Leslie Ament from Hypathia ResearchToday we as our infamous ten probing questions to Leslie Ament (@Hypatia_LeslieA, LinkedIn) from Hypatia Research Group.

  1. What are your coverage areas?
    Our team covers enabling technologies and services that empower organizations to capture, manage, analyze and apply customer and market intelligence to accelerate performance and to enhance profitability.  These include: Information Management, Data Integration, Governance, Risk and Compliance ; Customer Intelligence such as CRM, Social Intelligence, Customer Service & Support and Digital Marketing ;Business Analytics inclusive of: Business Intelligence (Operational Reporting), Advanced/Predictive Analytics, Text/Contextual Analytics, and Big Data Analytics ; Service Providers such as Management Consultancies, Marketing Services Providers and Agencies. Continue Reading →

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Around Chris Lewis from Lewis Insight in 10 questions

This #friday’s post is about a minor celebrity of the telecoms world. After a rich career at Yankee (now 451Chris Lewis / Lewis Insighst), Ovum and IDC, Chris (@chr1slew1s, LinkedIn) has now set up his own indie consultinng firm under the eponymous name of Lewis Insights. Read on!

  1. What are your coverage areas?
    After over 30 years of working in telecoms & networking, I cover all aspects of the industry and related value and supply chains.  I believe my strength lies in taking the whole picture and understanding how the pieces fit together. In short, telecoms is entering a period when the economic laws of demand and supply will kick in as telecoms becomes part of the broader ICT eco system, so that’s my focus! Continue Reading →
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Around Tim Gower from Kable in 10 questions

Tim GowerThis week, we’re pleased to introduce you with Tim Gower (LinkedIn) from Kable. Some might remember him from his Ovum and Datamonitor days. Don’t forget to join the IIAR Webinar next week with his management to hear more about Kable.

  1. What are your coverage areas?
    My role at Kable is to run our Global ICT Intelligence offering, which provides a broad mix of data-driven tools and analysis, looking at ICT investment trends across numerous geographies and vertical markets. We forecast enterprise ICT spending at both a market and individual customer level, and track the performance of ICT providers to highlight relevant opportunities for our clients. Continue Reading →

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Around Duncan Brown from PAC in 10 questions

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Today, we’re profiling Duncan Brown (@duncanwbrown, LinkedIn, blog) who has just come back to the analyst world as Director at PAC (Pierre Audoin Consultants). Previously, Duncan was on the dark side with Influencers50 and when as an analyst at IDC and Ovum.

Duncan will be with other PAC members this Wednesday at the IIAR Café in London and the IIAR Webinar.

  1. What are your coverage areas?
    Everything! I’m a complete jack of all trades (and a master of none?). I’ve covered everything from CRM and ECM to e-payments and open source. And services. And printers. And…oh you get the idea. I’ve been around long enough to have seen everything at least once. Don’t you think the IT industry just keeps reinventing old problems as new ones to solve? These days I’m actually more interested in how IT firms go to market – they are generally appallingly poor at marketing themselves and their wares. Continue Reading →

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