TECH SUPPLIER Sep 2020 - Taxonomy - Doc # US46801120
IDC's Worldwide Smart Cities Spending Guide Taxonomy, 2020: Release Version 1, 2020
By: Serena Da RoldProgram Manager, Customer Insights & Analysis, Ruthbea YesnerVice President, Government Insights, Education and Smart Cities, Alison Brooks, Ph.D.Research Vice President – Worldwide Public Safety, Gerald WangHead, Asia Pacific Public Sector, Sharad KotagiMarket Analyst, Ashutosh BishtSenior Research Manager, Meng Cong, Nigel WallisResearch Vice President, IoT and Industries, Akira MuranishiGroup Manager, IT Spending, IDC Japan, Jonathan Leung, Eman ElshewySenior Research Analyst, IDC Egypt, Jebin GeorgeProgram Manager, Insights, MEA, Massimiliano ClapsResearch Director, Svetlana KhiminaSenior Research Analyst, European Customer Insights & Analysis, Gabriele RobertiResearch Manager, European Industry Solutions, Customer Insights & Analysis, Curt SavoieProgram Director, Roberto MembrilaSenior Analyst, ROC, Latin America, Heriberto RomanAssociate Analyst, ROC, LATAM
This IDC study is designed as a companion piece for IDC's Worldwide Smart Cities Spending Guide and provides a detailed description of the taxonomy, definitions, and methodology supporting IDC's Smart Cities research globally. The approach and structure described provide a framework to better understand Smart City trends and can help both technology suppliers and end-user organizations in planning activities and strategy definition.
"The June release of IDC's Worldwide Smart Cities Spending Guide incorporates our current assessment of the COVID-19 pandemic impact on Smart Cities technology spend, as well as the most recent market development at the time of publishing," said Serena Da Rold, program manager, IDC's Customer Insights and Analysis Group. "Our taxonomy has been updated to reflect current coverage, so that it can be used as a guide to map digital transformation initiatives within cities to our latest spending forecasts."
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