Group Vice President, Research
Tony Olvet is Group Vice President of the research domains team at IDC Canada. He is responsible for managing the services and research direction of the technology market analysts in Canada. Mr. Olvet is also a member of IDC Canada's Senior Leadership Team.
The analyst team that Mr. Olvet manages helps technology vendors, IT professionals, and business executives make fact-based decisions on technology marketing, deployment and strategy. He has researched and presented on a variety of industry topics including mobility, cloud computing, and top executive technology priorities.
Mr. Olvet has worked with clients across a variety of organizations including global IT manufacturers, Canadian telecom service providers, technology startups, financial institutions and public sector organizations. He is quoted in major print and web publications including The Globe and Mail, The Montreal Gazette, The National Post, CBC.ca, Network World and Computer World.
Prior to leading the research domains group, Mr. Olvet was VP, communications practice; Senior Consultant; and Director of the Canadian partnering research program at IDC. Mr. Olvet earned a Bachelor's degree from the University of Waterloo and a Master's degree from the University of Toronto, specializing in economic geography.
Follow Tony on Twitter! @tolvetTeam: Canada Research, Canadian Telecom & Networks, Mobility, Telecommunications,
Canadian Channel Partners in the Cloud: Learning from Success and Failure
David Senf, Tony Olvet
Aug 2016 - Doc # CA41630216 IDC Presentation
This IDC Presentation reviews the results from the Canadian channel cloud impact survey. Along with CDN, IDC conducted an in-depth study of the channel to determine how they are faring given rapidly changing market dynamics. We analyze t ...purchase document
IDC MaturityScape Benchmark: Digital Transformation
Tony Olvet, Mark Schrutt, Patty Bu
May 2016 - Doc # CA41078216 IDC MaturityScape Benchmark
This IDC study is designed for IT and business leaders and functional leaders as well as their teams that are responsible for the creation and delivery of business capabilities. This study presents the results of IDC's 2016 Canadian < ...purchase document