Jubert Daniel Alberto
Jubert manages the Philippine ICT Market Report Series- as well as syndicated research, which IDC calls Continuous Intelligence Service (CIS), covering various hot topics in the Philippine ICT industry. He authors reports on topics that cover overall IT spending, SME buying behavior, vertical and horizontal industries, channels management, and IT services. His wide range of exposure and market knowledge enables him to work on regional initiatives on IT services, channels and partnering, consumer devices and services, economy, online gaming, and government programs.
Jubert is also responsible for demand-side nationwide surveys on corporate and home ICT users in the country, where these survey results are integral to consulting projects in the region. In addition, he handles supply-side research for printers and peripherals. His research expertise has also been extended to regional trackers in the areas of laser multifunction and inkjet technologies. Apart from handling the PC monitor tracker in the past, he has participated in quantitative studies customized for local players.
In recognition of his immense contribution to the local and regional research operations, Jubert has been awarded two accolades from IDC since he joined the organization. In FY 2005, IDC conferred on Jubert the "IDC Asia/Pacific Country Research Quality and Timeliness Award" and in FY2004, he received the "IDC Philippines' Best Employee Growth" award.
Prior to joining IDC in July 2000, Jubert was responsible for the analysis and interpretation of data in various government-led social and health research initiatives, as well as demand-side research projects in a leading manufacturing firm.
Jubert holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Research from the University of the Philippines, Diliman.