Today’s star analyst in our reasonably priced Around in 10 Questions series is Douglas Hayward from at IDC. You can find Douglas at Twitter under @douglashayward. 1. What are your coverage areas? From October 2010 (earlier in reality), I’ll be co-ordinating IDC’s Western European IT services and business services forecasts (business services basically means business… Read More →
The IIAR hosted a Best Practices teleconference on Sourcing Advisory Relations on August 11th. The panel led by Ed Gyurko, IIAR Board Member, featured panellists, Amber Wagenknecht, Senior Executive, Global Sourcing Advisor Relations, Accenture, Ed Gardiner, Advisor Relations Director at HCL, and Simon Knowles, Managing Director, Essential Edge Ltd. The discussion, led by Ed Gyurko… Read More →
Today’s star analyst in our Around in 10 Questions series is Albert Pang who heads up Apps Run The World. You can find Albert on Twitter under @appsruntheworld, and n his blog www.appsruntheworld.com.
Today’s star analyst in our Around in 10 Questions series is Michael Fauscette (@mfauscette) in IDC’s software team.
Today’s star in the IIAR “Around in 10 questions” interview series is Forrester’s Rachel Dines (@RachelDines, blog) who covers many aspects related to business continuity.
The IIAR is delighted to host a teleconference on Best Practices in Sourcing Advisory Relations. The call is scheduled for Wednesday, August 11th at 4:00pm BST/11:00am EST. The panel will be led by Ed Gyurko, IIAR Board Member
The July IIAR London Forum, hosted by Waggoner-Edstrom in Covent Garden, was well attended by IIAR members. IDC analyst Martin Canning was joined by Philippe de Marcillac, Executive Vice President, International Business Units and provided valuable insight into IDCs global operations and coverage.
In a business context, Twitter is more than just a popularity contest; it’s not just about attracting the highest number of ‘Followers’. Much like Analyst Relations, it’s about your target market, open communication, engagement and ultimately, influence. The list of Top Analyst Tweeters is a useful gauge of which analysts use twitter most effectively –… Read More →
IIAR analyst of the year survey For the past few years, the IIAR has sought to indentify the analysts and firms who deserve recognition. In a world where most firms are only contacted by vendors because we want to brief or learn something from them, it is appropriate that once per year we pause and… Read More →
Did this ever happened in your organisation: a sale rep from the industry analyst firms pops in and and start selling their research to people who have no budget… Read on for tips on how to not be seein as the “no man”!
Continuing our occasional series of analyst interviews, we’re delighted to welcome Dr. Mitul Mehta, Managing Director with TekPlus, into the hotseat to share his views on the industry. What are your coverage areas? My coverage area is fairly broad involving most of ICT. This came about due to my background from the very early days… Read More →
And the winner for the IIAR analyst of the year is…. Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPinterest
The IIAR will be holding a best practice teleconference on the topic of “How to measure and evaluate your analyst relations activity” on Tuesday June 17th at 4:00 p.m. BST/5:00 p.m. CET/11:00 a.m. ET. The teleconference is free to attend for IIAR members. Non-members who are AR professionals can attend for a fee of £50…. Read More →
In this article, Alan Pelz-Sharpe, Principal with CMS Watch and former VP North America for Ovum, shares some very interesting insights on AR from the analyst’s perspective. Some tips on how not to deal with a critical ‘independent’ analyst I have been an analyst and commentator for 10 years now – for most of that… Read More →
The IIAR maintains a job postings page on its web site:The Institute of Industry Analyst Relations Posting is free for advertisers, just drop an email to our secretary: hkirkman at analystrelations dot org. Sage Circle also has a jobs page, mostly for US positions. Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPinterest
The Institute of Industry Analyst Relations closes the Analyst of the Year survey at 10:00 p.m. BST on Wednesday April 30. To vote, go to http://snipurl.com/23gv1. In exchange for sharing your opinion, you’ll get a summary of the results next month. The IIAR is a not-for-profit organization established to raise industry awareness of the value… Read More →
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 →