Research Manager, Asia/Pacific
Sash Mukherjee is a Research Manager with IDC Health Insights and IDC Government Insights in Asia/Pacific. Based in Singapore, she analyzes the IT strategies and spending for the healthcare, government and education sectors in the region.
In her health-related research, Sash tracks ICT spending trends of the countries in the region, and publishes research studies on their healthcare ICT development and key healthcare technologies. Sash’s government-related research looks into the ICT investment policies of governments, especially in the education sector.
In her consulting role, Sash provides counsel and customized research services to ICT vendors and healthcare organizations. She also represents IDC at industry events, speaking about ICT trends in healthcare.
Sash holds a Masters degree in English from Jadavpur University, India, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Training and Development from the Singapore Human Resources Institute (SHRI).
Perspective: Lessons Learned from Device Deployment Initiatives in the Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Education Industry
Handoko Andi, Avinash Kalyana Sundaram, Sash Mukherjee, Linus Go, Jerome Dominguez, Kiran Kumar, Arunachalam Muthiah, Manish Yadav
May 2015 - Doc # AP251029 Perspective
This IDC Government Insights Perspective highlights some of the big mobile device deployment projects executed in the education industry in Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan), or APEJ, over the past few years. While several of the deployment ...purchase document
Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) 2015 Top 10 ICT Predictions
Charles Anderson, Shyne-Song Chuang, Christopher Holmes, Daniel-Zoe Jimenez, Chris Morris, Sandra Ng, Mayur Sahni, Craig Stires, Lianfeng Wu, Michael Araneta, Emilie Ditton, Cathy Huang, Dustin Kehoe, Sash Mukherjee, Simon Piff, Jim Sailor, Gerald Wang, Michael Sek Pheng Yeo
Dec 2014 - Doc # AP250840 Top 10 Predictions
International Data Corporation (IDC) envisions 2015 will be a year of accelerating innovation on the 3rd Platform.: "While the smartphone component of IT spending continues to grow in Asia/Pacific, its relative size is reaching a pl ...purchase document
|IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Healthcare 2015 Predictions|
|Framingham, MA United States|
|November 12, 2014|