Sep 2018 - Taxonomy - Doc # US44264118
IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Cognitive/Artificial Intelligence Systems Spending Guide Taxonomy, 2018: Update
By: Marianne DaquilaResearch Manager, Cognitive Systems, David SchubmehlResearch Director, Cognitive/Artificial Intelligence Systems, Swati ChaturvediSenior Market Analyst, Nikhil AnandManager, Measurement & Forecasting Practice, Lubomir DimitrovSenior Research Analyst, Software, Bulgaria, Takashi ManabeGroup Director, Software & Security / IT Spending, IDC Japan, Roberto MembrilaAnalyst, ROC, Latin America, Eman Elshewy, Jonathan LeungSenior Market Analyst, Gabriele RobertiResearch Manager, European Industry Solutions, Customer Insights & Analysis, Jebin GeorgeProgram Manager, Insights, MEA, Andrea MinonneSenior Research Analyst, Customer Insights & Analysis
This IDC study provides a detailed description of IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Cognitive/Artificial Intelligence Systems Spending Guide methodology and taxonomy. This document should be used as a companion piece for IDC's worldwide semiannual cognitive/artificial intelligence systems and all of IDC's worldwide industry research. Technology suppliers may utilize this approach and structure as well to help them build an industry-focused organization.
"IDC's worldwide semiannual cognitive/artificial intelligence systems present a comprehensive, global, and detailed view of the marketplace," said Marianne Daquila, research manager, IDC's Customer Insights and Analysis Group. "It is an invaluable resource to help vendors define and standardize their vocabulary for the cognitive/artificial intelligence systems opportunity."