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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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Around Phil Fersht from HfS Research in 10 Questions

Today we learn more about Phil Fersht, CEO at HfS Research. Phil has become a household name in the BPO business with a long track record of analysing this technology sector. Having worked as a Director at IDC for five years and then as VP at Yankee, Phil went on to work for Deloitte Consulting …

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Simon Levin / Skills Connections (IIAR, 2013)

[Guest Post] Does the consulting approach beat published research?

By: Simon Levin, The Skills Connection / IIAR UK Co-Chapter Lead We saw an interesting blogging spat last week between Stanton Jones of ISG and Lydia Leong at Gartner, with the flames fanned by tweeted comments from Phil Fersht of HfS. The row was centred on some research published recently by Lydia on managed hosting providers, but …

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IIAR USA Virtual Forum: 2012 Predictions

A distinguished panel of US analyst experts will be discussing hot trends for 2012 in the world of IT services and software for 1-hour on Wednesday 30th November at 11am ET / 8am PT / 4pm GMT. Guest speakers: Phil Fersht, Founder & CEO, HfS Research Mark Smith, CEO & Chief Research Officer, Ventana Research Moderator: …

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[IIAR Teleconference] Phones hot up over a crisis in the industry

Last week the IIAR hosted a discussion group in which members directly tackled issues relating to the industry affecting both analysts and analyst relations professionals. Led by Ed Gyurko, IIAR Board member, the conversation addressed how AR professionals can better communicate with analysts and get stronger internal buy-in. Duncan Chapple, MD  (Lighthouse AR) told members, …

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The IIAR Analyst of the Year 2010

The IIAR Analyst of the year 2010 winners are: Recap of the IIAR Analyst of the year 2010 winners: Phil Fersht / Horses for Sources, Gartner, Phil Dawson / Gartner, John Rymer / Forrester, Liz Herbert / Forrester, Dane Anderson / Gartner, Phil Fhersht / Horses for Sources, Chris Barnard / IDC, Thomas Murphy / Gartner, Chris Mines / Forrester, David Metcalfe / Verdantix, Charlene Li / Altimeter Group

Around Phil Hassey from capioIT in Eleven Questions

Phil Hassey at capioIT, www.capioIT.com is featured in our Around in 10 Questions series.  Phil recently established this  new industry analyst firm geared to enhance organisations strategies to capture and understand emerging technology in emerging markets. You can find Martin at  @PHassey.  Blog – http://capioit.wordpress.com/ What are your coverage areas? Emerging technology and delivery models in emerging markets. Technology …

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Analyst technology predictions 2011

[Originally posted on Technobabble 2.0] Every year industry analysts formally put their reputation on the line and make predictions for the next 12 months. This post aims to summarise their views in one place – I recommend you click on the links by each post if you want to read more detail.

Should the analysts be blogging?

Where I’d like to leave you for now (and that’s a great start for the comment thread) is that it seems that at the large firms have lost some of thinking agility while growing up but they are still the influence kings when it comes to influencing deals.
On the other side, there are lots of very talented thinkers in the ecosystem but precisely because they are a lot, they don’t have the same brand and influence.