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Jaideep Thyagarajan

Market Analyst

Jaideep Thyagarajan is a Senior Market Analyst at IDC Australia, where he leads the thinking for the vertical research program. The central theme of his research includes analyzing how different industries spend on technology by understanding individual industry dynamics and drivers. Jaideep actively engages with end-user/vendor communities and is committed to building long-term relationships with clients based in the Australian market, thereby helping them to think through strategic technology issues.

Before joining IDC, Jaideep worked as a business and technology consultant, where he assisted clients in solving some of their most challenging technology issues, helping them to achieve step-change improvements in cycle time, quality, and cost by addressing project portfolio management, project value analysis, application rationalization, and capability building.

Credentials:

•MBA in Technology and Product Management from Sydney Business School, Australia

•Golden Key Scholar and recipient of Graduate Management Association of Australia award for obtaining the highest overall weighted average mark in MBA and for best exemplifying the qualities of excellent scholarship, character, and effective support of the best interests of the university

•Regular speaker at industry conferences such as Australian Healthcare Week as well as provides analysis for multiple media outlets, including CIO-Asia, ARN, and Inside SAP Magazine

This IDC Link analyses a global block-chain transaction between the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Wells Fargo for shipping cotton from Texas, United States to Qingdao, China.
Amazon in Australia: Winners and Losers

Dec 2017 - Market Note - Doc # AP43273717

by: Jaideep Thyagarajan

In any geography Amazon enters, it does so with the aim of being the number 1. So, it builds scale, moves quickly, and executes supremely. Amazon also plays the price card, hustles the competition, and, finally, redefines the rules of the g...
This IDC hospitality digital transformation (DX) use case taxonomy describes the most prominent use cases for DX in the hospitality industry. The use cases detailed in this document are the most prominent use cases, among many, that hospita...
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