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Vladyslav Mukherjee

Research Analyst

Vladyslav is part of IDC Canada's Industry and Business Solutions team, and leads research on robotics and drones. Vladyslav's robotics research focuses on analyzing the adoption of robotics systems in different verticals, forecasting the growth of spending on robotics systems in Canada and tracking emerging use cases in areas such as commercial service robotics and drones, and robotic process automation.

Vladyslav collaborates with colleagues on research projects that study the impact of 3rd Platform and other digital technologies on vertical industries, supporting clients' business planning and go-to-market strategies. He also collaborates with colleagues on research projects that study the broader economic implications of technology market trends, such as the IT labor shortage that persists in Canada.

Vladyslav’s experience in the IT industry includes cofounding several startups in the computerized language learning, social and eCommerce spheres and client services management in a major Eastern European outsourcing vendor.

Vladyslav holds an MBA with a specialization in the Management of Technology and Innovation from the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Michigan.


Kobi, the Robot for Year-Round Yard Work

Oct 2016 - IDC Link - Doc # lcUS41861216

by: John Santagate,  Vladyslav Mukherjee

On October 13, 2016, the Kobi Company, winner of the Startup Pitchfire Award at RoboBusiness 2016, announced the release of the Kobi robot — an autonomous outdoor robot that can mow lawns, remove leaves, and blow away snow with the help of ...
IDCでは、商用ロボティクス市場の規模/予測を提供する手段として調査データ「Worldwide Semiannual Commercial Robotics Spending Guide」を発行している。本調査レポートでは、「Worldwide Semiannual Commercial Robotics Spending Guide」での市場分類方法の解説を提供している。この分類方法は、商用ロボティクス市場の予測とIDCのグローバルな産業分野別調査に共通した分類方法である。...
The 2017 Canadian IT Skills Gap Report

Nov 2017 - Market Presentation - Doc # CA43199517

by: Vladyslav MukherjeeJason Bremner

This IDC Presentation explores how Canadian companies approach IT skills shortages. IDC's research suggests that the Canadian IT skills gap in 2016 was equivalent to 46,000 FTEs. This number represents the total number IT resources that had...
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