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Mira Perry

Research Manager, Enterprise Applications

Mira Perry is the Research Manager for IDC Canada's Enterprise Applications practice.  She joins the IDC Canada team after 5 years with IDC's Worldwide Software Business Solutions Group where she provided analysis of and guidance on the channel programs of global software vendors.

As the lead analyst for Canada's Enterprise Applications practice, Ms. Perry's research portfolio covers a broad range of enterprise application software offerings including Big Data, Social Business, and Cloud Solutions.  She brings a depth of sales, marketing, and channel experience to this role, providing insight and analysis on the product portfolios and go-to market strategies of Canadian software vendors. 

Ms. Perry’s business experience includes roles in business development, operations, marketing and public relations. After several years in the pharmaceutical industry, she transitioned to the technology industry where she spent over ten years leading global and regional initiatives for IBM and Microsoft.

Ms. Perry holds undergraduate degrees from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Graduate Certificates from UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University. She is currently writing her thesis to complete a graduate degree at Harvard University. Mira cheers for her beloved Tar Heels from IDC’s Toronto office.

This IDC study forecasts revenue for SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS delivered as public cloud offerings to Canadian businesses for the 2017–2021 period. Through a comprehensive view of cloud in Canada, it is possible to see how the components are com...
Sage Summit Toronto 2017: Canadian Highlights

Aug 2017 - Market Note - Doc # CA42962017

by: Mira PerryJason Bremner

This IDC Market Note covers highlights from the 2017 Sage Summit Tour held in Toronto, June 27 and 28. Attendees represented a wide cross-section of industries and company maturity levels from small start-ups to global enterprises, a turnou...
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