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It’s That Time Again-Gartner/RIS News Tech Study 2010 – Any Questions We Should Be Asking?

by Jeff Roster  |  December 14, 2009  |  Comments Off on It’s That Time Again-Gartner/RIS News Tech Study 2010 – Any Questions We Should Be Asking?

I find this project to be the highlight of my year for a couple of reasons:

1. Working with Joe Skorupa and the RIS News team is a real pleasure.  They are a terrific group of professionals and all really love this industry. 

2. There’s not an event I go to where I don’t meet a respondent to this survey.  I am truly honored by the level of support retailers show to this project.

So as we edit the survey are there any questions or topics that you’d like to see us survey?  If so either post a comment or send me an email at

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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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