Senior Market Analyst
Arunachalam Muthiah is a senior market analyst for IDC New Zealand's Peripherals research group. Some of his responsibilities in this role include quantitative data tracking, forecasting, analyzing market trends and business opportunities, working on consulting projects, and delivering strategic market insights within the peripherals market.
Prior to joining IDC, Arun had carried out various syndicated market research and consulting studies during his tenure with Flextronics and Frost & Sullivan. In this period, he also gained considerable experience in conducting competitive analysis studies, developing business plans, monitoring product profitability margins through determining product costs, and tracking organizational performance via key operational and financial metrics.
Arun graduated with a Master of Business Administration from Nottingham Trent University and Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree from PSG College of Technology.Team: Australia/New Zealand Research Team,
Perspective: Lessons Learned from Device Deployment Initiatives in the Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Education Industry
Handoko Andi, Avinash Kalyana Sundaram, Sash Mukherjee, Jerome Dominguez, Linus Go, 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
New Zealand ICT Predictions 2015: The 3rd Platform Drives Growth, Disruption, and Innovation
Glen Saunders, Aman Bajaj, Melanie Disse, Adam Dodds, Louise Francis, Donnie Krassiyenko, Ullrich Loeffler, Shane Minogue, Arunachalam Muthiah, Peter Wise
Jan 2015 - Doc # NZ250902 Top 10 Predictions
This IDC study presents IDC's predictions regarding the most prominent trends for the entire New Zealand ICT market in 2015. The 3rd Platform, which has been prominent in the last two predictions reports, in 2014 became much more of a "b ...purchase document