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The Gartner/RIS News Retail Tech Study 2009

by Jeff Roster  |  January 27, 2009  |  1 Comment

I just launched the study yesterday and the data is streaming in.  Already I’m seeing some interesting and counterintuitive trends in the data.  Each year this study is important.  It gives us a unique view into the retailer mindset on IT spending patterns.  However this year the importance is off the charts.  If you haven’t gotten a survey invite and would like to particiape please drop me a note at jeff.roster@gartner.com and I’ll send you the link.

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Category: retail-observations  retail-retail-it-marketing  retail-spending  

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Jeffrey Roster
Research VP
12 years at Gartner
15 years IT industry

Jeffrey Roster is a research vice president at Gartner as part of the Industry Market Strategies Worldwide unit covering the retail and wholesale industries. In this capacity, Mr. Roster consults on market strategies, competitive assessment of the IT services landscape, technology trends and the direction of IT spending to provide market research for IT vendors. Read Full Bio


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  1. KBrown says:

    Could you provide the Gartner number for the report? I am unable to find it by searching the Gartner site.

    Thanks.



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