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Marianne Kolding

Vice President, European Services

Marianne Kolding is vice president of IDC's European Services Research group, based in London. She leads the team responsible for IDC's European research on consulting, application services, outsourcing, infrastructure services, cloud services, and the competitive landscape for the services industry.

Her research responsibilities cover a wide variety of topics, but current hot research areas are focused on strategic changes in the services market and ICT skills demand. She is the executive sponsor for IDC's European Customer Experience IT practice as well as part of IDC's Global Sourcing research team. She is often engaged in custom projects on a variety of subjects and frequently takes on speaking engagements, both for IDC conferences and seminars and on behalf of clients.

Kolding has been in the IT research industry for more than 20 years. Prior to this, she held various positions with IBM. She has a master's degree in international marketing and international trade from Aarhus Business School in Denmark. Her background and experience ensure a wide understanding of issues affecting the IT services marketplace, its players, and its customers.

Wipro Improved Its Results in Europe in 2016

Feb 2017 - IDC Link - Doc # lcEMEA42273517

by: Mette AhorluMarianne Kolding

Wipro announced its FY 3Q17 results on January 25, 2017. Wipro's FY3Q corresponds to CY4Q, and we take the opportunity to look at Wipro's results for the full calendar year with a specific focus on Europe.In CY 4Q16, Wipro's total revenue r...
HCL reported its 3Q FY17 results on January 24, 2017, including results for the full calendar year 2016.The quarter showed CY4Q revenue of $1,745 million, a growth of 11.4% (y-o-y) in dollars and 13.8% in constant currency. Europe saw const...
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