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Giorgio Micheletti

Consulting Director, IDC European Government Consulting

Giorgio Micheletti is a senior consulting and project manager with proven experience in the whole consulting services cycle: from lead identification, opportunity validation and proposal preparation, to project initiation, execution, delivery and closure. In addition to project management activities, Giorgio is directly involved in IDC European Government Consulting's content delivery and research activities – recent examples include the studies “The European Data Market” and “Definition of a research and innovation policy leveraging Cloud Computing and IoT combination” for the European Commission and “ICT and Developing Countries” for the European Parliament.  He also regularly presents at EU-related conferences and workshops such as the NetFutures, European Data Forum and CloudScape series.

Prior to IDC European Government Consulting, Giorgio worked at IDC's European Industry Solutions, IDC's Insights, and IDC's CEMA (Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa) where he gained a deep knowledge of ICT’s supply and demand dynamics at vertical and cross-vertical levels in both mature and emerging markets.  

Giorgio has a degree in political sciences with specialisation in macro-economics from the University of Bologna in Italy and a Master's Degree in European Studies from the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium. He completed his MBA from the Open University Business School in the UK and holds a certification from the Project Management Institute as a Project Management Professional (PMP). In addition to his native Italian, Giorgio speaks German, French, and English fluently.

The Emergence of Multicompany Industrial Data Platforms in Europe

Dec 2016 - IDC Perspective - Doc # EMEA41954916

by: Lorenzo Veronesi,  Giorgio Micheletti

This IDC Perspective highlights the evolution of industrial data platforms in Europe and worldwide as well as the initiatives that governments are carrying forward to promote them. It also presents a picture of actual, initial implementatio...