Current Analysis, the market leader in continuous, tactical market intelligence and analysis for the telecommunications and technology markets, announced today that Tim Banting has joined the Business Technology and Software group as a Principal Analyst. Mr. Banting brings extensive insights to a number of key collaboration platform technologies, including Unified communications, Video collaboration, Enterprise social networking and Collaborative analytics.
“We are very pleased to have Mr. Banting join Current Analysis as Principal Analyst,” commented
Prior to joining Current Analysis, Mr. Banting enjoyed a very successful career both as an IT professional and as a technology expert, featuring more than 12 years of experience with industry leaders
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Current Analysis (http://www.currentanalysis.com) is the only provider of real-time, in-depth tactical market intelligence, analysis, and advice. The company has been helping leading telecommunications, information technology and business software companies improve their market intelligence, identify strategic growth opportunities, and win more business. For more than 15 years, sales teams, product managers, marketing professionals, and executives have relied on Current Analysis as a trusted partner to improve their ability to anticipate and quickly take action on market opportunities and competitive threats. The company serves more than 35,000 professionals at over 1,400 global enterprises.
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