[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 https://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.
Recently, I’ve done joint announcements with Oracle, SAP, HP, Tibco, Software AG and HP. As you can imagine, I’ve had varying relationships with each and I’m happy to report that the state of the A/R industry is good and that we can work together.
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 →
In the most recent Gartner Analyst Relations Newsletter, Peter Kalinowski explains how the Vendor Briefings process has been simplified based on feedback received from AR professionals. Amongst other things, all analysts now have access to the materials and the scheduling is easier. Also, vendors are getting a single point of contact -a welcome return to… Read More →
The IIAR is now on Facebook. Come along and join us. Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPinterest
Today, the German Analyst Relations Working Group, (Deutscher Analyst Relations Arbeitskreis, DARA) will meet for the first time this year (and for the 9th time since it was founded) at Fujitsu Siemens Computers‘ offices in Munich. It is interesting to see that more German-speaking professionals from technology companies are becoming interested in being a part… Read More →
Gartner Inc. (NYSE:IT) came around yesterday for the IIAR forum at CA’s offices (thanks to Geoff Dorrington for hosting). So, thank you Aaron Yaverski (GVP High Tech Provider Product Management) and Andrew Rosenblatt (from Product Development). They presented some of the roadmap for the “Gartner for AR” offering and this got me thinking…The first thing… Read More →
Aaron Yaverski, GVP High Tech Provider Product Management for Gartner, will be our guest speaker at the next IIAR Forum on January 31. Forums are open to IIAR members. For more information, please contact IIAR Secretary Hannah Kirkman. Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPinterest
The new IIAR Member Directory has just been posted to the IIAR website – to view, go to the Library section, under IIAR General Information (membership required for access). The directory will be updated regularly so if any members who are not included would like to be added to future editions, please just drop me… Read More →
The Institute of Industry Analyst Relations has expanded onto LinkedIn, the main business networking site. The new IIAR group allows AR professionals to connect with each other, and allows members to pass on connections and requests for information to other people on LinkedIn. The site lists more than 500 current contacts at each of the… Read More →
I never thought this would be so difficult! Duncan kindly suggested WordPress because it’s much better, which I did. It’s much more difficult to set up than blogger and as soon as I did Catherine was commenting on Twitter that it’s buggy. I finally got around redirecting it but still can’t get the domains to… Read More →
During yesterday’s forum, kindly hosted by Susan from Logica and masterfully chaired by Janine from Vodafone, it has been decided to create a blog for the Institute. So, here here we go. In accordance with the IIAR philosophy, it will be open to all the members and won’t be a single version of the truth… Read More →