Tag Archives: IP

IBM and Apple – Enabling the Individual Enterprise

Much has been written about the announcement by IBM and Apple around their announcement of a partnership to increase enterprise mobility outcomes for organisations of varied size, industry and geography. Clearly it is seen as a positive move for both … Continue reading

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Tata Consultancy Services market cap exceeds a combined Xerox, CGI, Unisys, Capgemini, Fujitsu and CSC with $10 Billion left over

Whilst capioIT has written recently that the Indian vendors are as much legacy IT services providers as IBM, Accenture, CGI or Capgemini, their market capitalisation does not reflect this. If one believes the market is rational (or at least consistently … Continue reading

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capioIT May Newsletter

Attached is some of the content from the capioIT newsletter for May. To sign up for the full and free newsletter please check in here – http://www.capioit.com/#!mailing-list-sign-up/cawx   The year appears to be accelerating rapidly. It is hard to believe … Continue reading

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Chinese Tier 2 and 3 cities need to do a much better job to promote foreign investment

I have visited China for business repeatedly over the last 15 years. As most would be more than aware, the growth on any econometric variable has been sustained and typically staggering. As someone who studied economic and regional development as … Continue reading

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How The Data Scientist restricts outcomes from Big Data and Analytics

Clearly the Data Scientist is the hottest job in the market. According the Harvard Business Review it is the hottest job of the 21st century http://hbr.org/2012/10/data-scientist-the-sexiest-job-of-the-21st-century/.  capioIT has written about the need for multi-dimensional skills in the Data Scientist –  … Continue reading

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Outcome Based Pricing – Adoption soars in Emerging markets

I have written about, and patiently waited for many years, to see outcomes based pricing and contract relationships to come to the fore in the delivery of IT or business processes. I had expected them to be most prevalent in … Continue reading

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IBM BI and Analytics – The Challenge of $17 Billion of Acquisitions (part 2/2)

  IBM recently held an analyst briefing in Toronto, Canada for leading industry analysts covering the BI, Analytics and Big Data Market. Part 1 of the capioIT review of the event is here – http://wp.me/p15cZf-88. It focused on the positive … Continue reading

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IBM BI and Analytics – Realising the benefit of $17 Billion of Acquisitions (part 1/2)

IBM recently held an analyst briefing in Toronto, Canada for leading industry analysts covering the BI, Analytics and Big Data Market. I was fortunate to be the only analyst from emerging markets (Asia Pacific, Africa, Latin America) to attend the … Continue reading

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What is the capioIT Capture Share Report?

What is the capioIT Capture Share Report? When I established capioIT in September 2010, I had a clear desire to be innovative in how I analysed the emerging technology and geographic markets. The Capture Share report is the methodology that … Continue reading

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IBM Q1 Numbers highlight that the IT buying revolution is not just Consumers and PC’s

IBM released their FY2013 Q1 numbers on the 18th of April, 2013.http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/40878.wss Overall the results disappointed the market. For me, it reinforced just how hard the traditional technology business is, and the transformation that is required just to stay even. … Continue reading

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