Research Manager, Client Devices, IDC Asia/Pacific
Asia/Pacific Personal Computing Team
Handoko Andi is a Research Manager with IDC's Asia/Pacific Client Devices Group. Based in Singapore, Andi is involved in building IDC's successful tracker programs and producing core market data used across all of IDC's Asia/Pacific research reports and consulting projects. He is responsible for internal operations of the Client Devices team's research, with a particular focus on the PC market.
Prior to joining IDC Asia/Pacific regional team at the end of 2010, Andi was in the ASEAN team overseeing device research in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. In his role, he participated in consulting engagements and led IDC's city and state-level PC tracking across these countries, managing the projects from ground-based fieldwork to final presentations. Andi first joined IDC in 2006 in Jakarta where he covered the Indonesian PC, monitor, and mobile phone markets. Before joining IDC, Andi worked at an Indonesian telecommunications company, Broadband Network System, where he was responsible for growing the company's coverage for VSAT broadband services across Java and Sumatera.
Andi holds a bachelor degree in Computer Science from Bina Nusantara University in Indonesia.