Research Director, IT Consulting and System Integration Research
Team: Cloud Computing
Directions 2014 Boston/MA: Participating 1-1 Analysts
IDC Predictions Team
Worldwide Services Research
Gard Little is research director for IDC's IT Consulting and System Integration research program and is responsible for subscription and custom research around system integration and consulting services worldwide. This program covers a broad range of IT related markets from consulting and integration, to enterprise application services and infrastructure optimization. This research area also focuses on the market for solutions such as enterprise resource planning, business intelligence, customer relationship management and supply chain management. In addition, as lead analyst for IDC's Cloud Services: The Professional Services Opportunity program, Gard conducts research on customer demand and vendor offerings for project-based services related to building and implementing cloud services.
Using his current research and extensive professional services experience, in both large and entrepreneurial organizations, Mr. Little collaborates and engenders trust with senior level business and IT executives, providing them strategic insights for revenue maximization and business growth. Prior to joining IDC, Mr. Little worked for over twenty years as a business and IT consulting executive. While at PricewaterhouseCoopers, he co-authored Information Leadership, which described his work with CIOs and senior executives on creating information leadership teams.
Mr. Little earned his Master of Business Administration degree from Northeastern University with a concentration in the study of high technology firms, and an undergraduate degree from Vassar College in Cognitive Science.
North America 2013 Cloud Professional Services Respondents' Perception of Providers
Chad Huston, Gard Little
Feb 2014 - Doc # 246695 Survey
This IDC study discusses in detail results of our 2013 CloudTrack Survey, including industry breakdowns from multiple angles as well as individuals' perceptions based on the age of the respondent's company. In 2009–2010 and 2012–2 ...purchase document
IDC's Worldwide Services Predictions, 2014
Rebecca Segal, Cushing Anderson, Rob Brothers, Mukesh Dialani, Chad Huston, Gard Little, Melissa O'Brien, Melanie Posey, Lisa Rowan, David Tapper, Ali Zaidi
Feb 2014 - Doc # WC20140213 Event Proceeding
This IDC Web Conference will explore the trends and events that will shape the worldwide services industry in 2014 and beyond.
|IDC Worldwide Services Predictions 2014|
|Framingham, MA United States|
|February 13, 2014|