Associate Research Director, ASEAN Software & Services, IDC Malaysia
As Associate Research Director for IDC ASEAN, Roger plays a leading role showcasing IDC’s thought leadership regarding evolution and implementation of the 3rd Platform (Cloud, Mobility, Big Data, Social) across Southeast Asia. Based in Kuala Lumpur, Roger spends much of his time working with analysts, clients, end-users and governments across the ASEAN countries. His experience is pivotal in developing and delivering customized consulting and research projects as well as managing IDC's syndicated research.
Roger also has a strong background as an analyst in the software and services domains having previously been responsible for the overall management of Software and IT Services research for IDC in the region.
Beyond his research specialties, Roger is also frequently quoted and interviewed by the press and media and is regularly invited to deliver key note addresses in conferences. He is particularly sought out for interaction with the CIO community across ASEAN.
Roger brings with him over 10 years of industry experience with roles ranging from academia to channels and account management, with his last stint in Microsoft.
Roger graduated from the University of Southern Queensland (Australia) with a Bachelor's degree in Information Technology.
Malaysia ICT 2015 Top 10 Predictions
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Jan 2015 - Doc # MY250965 Top 10 Predictions
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This IDC study sees Malaysia having strong growth prospects for technology in 2014. The Malaysian IT market is anticipated to cross the US$10 billion mark, creating a wealth of opportunities in the local market space. Although the growth ...purchase document