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Shaily Shah

Research Manager

Shaily Shah is a research manager for IDC's Asia/Pacific Internet of Things (IoT) practice. Based in Singapore, Shaily is responsible for driving the IoT program and building and delivering research with respect to IoT in the region. In this role, she uses consultative-based approach to advise vendors and industry players on topics such as smart cities, smart homes, drones, and wearables, among others.

Prior to joining IDC, Shaily has over nine years of work experience in research and consulting in India and Singapore. Having worked with Boston Consulting Group, Gartner, Citibank, EY, and Frost & Sullivan, she has always latched on to new technologies in emerging markets such as mobile data deluge, omni-channel customer experience, digital payments, mobile banking, and so forth. She has experience in writing crisp research papers, client interaction with C-level audience, business development, and overall project execution.

Shaily earned her MBA from Cardiff Business School in the United Kingdom. She completed her master's degree in commerce and bachelor's degree in management studies from Mumbai University.

Carriers are increasingly moving past their dumb pipe provider status and investing in their internet of things (IoT) strategy. They are either launching their own platforms and network solutions, increasingly partnering with low-power WAN ...
Unlocking the IoT Opportunity with Cisco — APEJ Implications

Aug 2017 - IDC Perspective - Doc # AP42968317

by: Shaily Shah

Cisco is riding the global digital transformation wave, as it tries to position itself as a key IoT platform player in the fast-evolving landscape. Cisco's in-house survey resonates with the findings of IDC's 2016 Global IoT Decision Maker ...
This IDC study provides a comparative assessment of the Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) nations according to their readiness for the continued adoption of the Internet of Things (loT) and ability to facilitate its accelerated development in ...
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