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Traditionally, IT vendor market analysis was dependent on an analyst's subjective knowledge of a particular vendor and market, meaning the quality of the assessment could vary from vendor to vendor and market to market," says Bill Hopkins, founder and CEO of The Knowledge Capital Group, a leading market strategy firm and IT analyst industry watchdog.
Our work with DNLCC has been inspiring," says Anthony Powell, Managing Director of Knowledge Capital Group.
Additionally, resources are recommended from analyst relations consulting providers, such as the Kensington Group, Tekrati, SageCircle and the Knowledge Capital Group.
ServiceWare's ability to help IT managers establish a beachhead for customer service success -- that the rest of the organization will want to emulate -- leaves the company well-positioned to cross-sell and up-sell into the rest of the enterprise," said Bill Hopkins, CEO of Knowledge Capital Group, a business strategy firm for the technology industry.
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Chaired by Knowledge Capital Group, the conference will feature case studies and expert consulting from DLJ, The Home Depot, Sabre, Charles Schwab, Fleet Bank, Qwest, Verizon, and other industry leaders.
Scott Burns, President and COO for The Knowledge Capital Group (KCG), will look at where the technology industry is heading, including which sectors are hot and which are not.
16 /PRNewswire/ -- The Knowledge Capital Group (KCG) announced today that Carter Lusher, former Gartner Group vice president and research fellow, and Britton Manasco, former editorial director and senior analyst for the Peppers and Rogers Group, have joined the strategic advisory services firm.