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Gard Little

Research Director, Global Services Markets and Trends

Gard Little is Research Director for IDC's Global Services Markets and Trends research team, with programs that focus on Worldwide Services, IT consulting and systems integration, and digital transformation professional services.  Mr. Little’s core research on digital transformation includes analyzing customer demand and vendor offerings for building new business processes, organizations and systems using cloud, business analytics, enterprise mobility and social business technologies. Mr. Little’s research also includes an emphasis on emerging service opportunities related to the Internet of Things and cognitive systems.


Previously, Gard worked as a business and IT consulting executive. While at PwC, he co-authored Information Leadership, which described his work with CIOs and senior executives on creating teams to manage their information assets more strategically.


  • B.A. in Cognitive Science from Vassar College
  • M.B.A. with a concentration in High Technology from Northeastern University
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