Associate Research Manager, Client Devices Research
Manish leads the internal operations of the PC research, primarily responsible for Monthly/Quarterly PC Trackers. He is involved in building IDC's successful tracker programs and producing core market data used across IDC research reports and consulting projects. With more that 3 years of experience, Manish also supports consulting engagements and IDC's state-level PC tracking across India, participating from ground-based fieldwork to final presentations.
Prior to joining IDC India team at the start of 2013, Manish was in Virtusa Consulting Services Pvt. Ltd. as Business Analyst (Engineer Specialist). In this role, he was responsible for gathering the client requirement (British Telecom) and designing end-to-end solutions, specifically in “Trouble to Resolve Journey”. In addition to this, he also coordinated with component, coding & testing team to get the designs implemented.
Earlier, Manish interned with Panasonic India for research around ruggedized computing devices (Panasonic Toughbooks). In this role, he helped Panasonic team identify the core field applications in different organizations and supported the sales team on how ‘Toughbooks’ can be targeted to this audience. The key accounts, which he managed as part of his efforts, include Ministry of Defense, Department of Telecommunication & IT, Indian Oil Corporation & M/s Ranbaxy Ltd. Etc.
Manish holds an MBA degree from Amity Business School, Noida and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science Engineering from Singhania University, Rajasthan.
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 deployments h...purchase document