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Jeffrey Hojlo

Program Director, Product Innovation Strategies

As Program Director, Product Innovation, Jeff Hojlo leads IDC research and analysis of the PLM and collaborative innovation market, including topics such as the development of an innovation platform and the intersection of product design, development, and digital manufacturing.  Mr. Hojlo is also responsible for research on business and IT issues related to the engineering oriented value chain (EOVC), which includes automotive, aerospace & defense, industrial machinery, and heavy equipment manufacturers, as well as the technology oriented value chain (TOVC), which includes manufacturers in the electronics and semiconductor markets.

BACKGROUND

Complementing 23 years of experience in the IT industry in product marketing roles with companies such as Engage, RSA Security, and Performaworks, Mr. Hojlo has worked for the past 10 years in the PLM industry. Prior to working at IDC, he was global industry product marketing lead at Siemens PLM Software and Siemens Industry Automation for multiple industries including food & beverage, consumer products, industrial machinery, and heavy equipment, and an industry analyst at AMR Research where he conducted research and analysis of Product Innovation and the PLM market across industry including automotive, consumer goods, retail, and high tech.

Mr. Hojlo regularly contributes to the IDC Manufacturing Insights Community (http://idc-insights-community.com/manufacturing) and tweets (@jeffhojlo) about business and IT issues relevant to manufacturers and their product innovation strategy.

EDUCATION/INDUSTRY ACCOMPLISHMENTS

•         He earned a Bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and received the Executive Certificate in Technology, Operations, and Value Chain Management from the MIT Sloan School of Management

•         Frequent speaker, presenter and moderator at industry events

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Facing Intellectual Property Challenges in 3D Printing

Dec 2017 - Market Perspective - Doc # US43315617

by: Max PepperJeffrey Hojlo

This IDC Market Perspective highlights the impact intellectual property (IP) will have on 3D printing as the market grows. Current IP laws have not adapted to how CAD files process models with copyrighted, patented, or trademarked material....
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