IDC plus “developing strategic AR programmes” at October’s UK IIAR Forum – 15th Oct.

IDCHow do you ensure that your AR programme is adding value to the business?  How do you build a strategic AR programme?

In a roundtable discussion, led by high-level and experienced AR professionals who have a proven track record for developing and running highly regarded AR programmes, these are some of the questions we’ll be answering at our next UK meeting.

Before this discussion, there’s an exclusive session with IDC.  Marianne Kolding (LinkedIn), the Vice President of European Services Research at IDC, will be speaking on its reach and influence with the end-user community. Continue reading

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BREAKING NEWS – IDC to speak on end-user influence at new UK meeting

We’re delighted to confirm that IDC will be speaking at our next IIAR meeting in London on its reach and influence with the end-user community.

Please do hold the date (Wednesday 15th October from 5.00 – 7.00pm) for this exclusive and insightful session.

More to follow…

In the meantime, do let Trevor know if you want to come along.  (Entry is free to all IIAR members.  Non-members are also welcome but there may be a small charge).

Analysts party in the sunshine

As the day drew to a close and the sun set over London, over 100 hundred of the UK’s leading analysts and AR professionals were busy drinking, talking and enjoying the spectacular views of St Paul’s Cathedral, the Shard and the city skyline. If you weren’t able to come along to this year’s IIAR summer party, you missed out on another treat of an evening. Someone described it as “the networking event of the summer” and if you were there, it’s easy to see why. Another said “stunning views, great company, interesting conversations, nice food, free booze – it couldn’t get any better.” Continue reading

IIAR UK Forum – Save the Day – 4th December 2013.

On 4th December the IIAR UK Chapter will be hosting the November forum delayed by the storms. As advertised before this will be a unique session. For our panel discussion we already have confirmed:

  • Ron Baillie (Strategy and Architecture Director at Tullow Oil),
  • Simon Niven (Global Head of Technology Services at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer)
  • Alistair Russell (Advisory Practice Director at CIO Connect)

This session will provide us all with a chance to “peek behind the curtain” and understand how user organizations specifically choose to engage with the research community. Continue reading

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