Wireless Enterprise Strategies Enhanced
Boston, MA - November 16, 2011 – Strategy Analytics is delighted to announce its increased position in enterprise research with the hiring of two new senior analysts for the Wireless Enterprise Strategies (WES)
Mark Levitt brings over 17 years of experience in enterprise software, messaging, communications, and collaboration. He has worked both in the analyst world and as a representative of the software industry. Mark provides insights, forecasts and analysis of markets including unified communications, collaborative workspaces, SaaS and Enterprise 2.0. He has also led focus groups and interviews of IT and line-of-business managers on requirements, best practices, product adoption and return on investment (ROI). On the vendor side, Mark developed market models for corporate and business unit teams and managed industry analyst relationships including client inquiries, research subscriptions and custom consulting projects.
Gina Luk comes to Strategy Analytics with over eight years of in Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) and analyst experience. She has managed telecom projects across multiple geographies, been a lead analyst for optical networking, mobile operator services and carrier equipment markets in Asia Pacific. Gina has been responsible for tracking, analyzing and forecasting the LAN, WLAN, WAN, and Managed Services markets, as well as working on Telecom go-to-market strategy.
Andrew Brown, Director of Enterprise research, commented, “The addition of two such experienced analysts will be highly beneficial in providing the trusted, timely and valuable insight that customers come to expect from Strategy Analytics.”
“At Strategy Analytics I have the opportunity to focus on the combination of enterprise software and wireless solutions needed to address the needs of workers and their organizations, which shows how workers can best communicate and collaborate,” according to Mark Levitt, Director, Enterprise Software.
Gina Luk added, “In this sluggish economy, when companies of all sizes are critically evaluating business operations for cost-efficiency, Strategy Analytics can offer unique value propositions across different employee segments.”