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ETIS joins forces with Current Analysis

Friday 12 September 2014   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Fred Werner

ETIS is pleased to announce that Current Analysis has joined ETIS as an industry Partner. For some time now, Current Analysis has been an active member and contributor to the Procurement & Vendor Management Working Group and we are looking forward to formalising this partnership. The partnership will provide the PVM WG with unbiased analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of equipment vendors, enabling buyers to understand the products, solutions, companies and key trends that continue to shape the telecom infrastructure industry. The Current Analysis Member Representative is Ted Howard-Jones, Major Account Director & VP New Business who will act as a central point for any activities between ETIS Members and Current Analysis.

"We are excited about the Current Analysis partnership as this will give our members additional tools and resources to support vendor selection and buying decisions across a range of areas," said Terje Tondel, ETIS Managing Director. "We also look forward to Current Analysis participation at our events and interaction with our individual members."

About Current Analysis
Current Analysis, a wholly owned subsidiary of Progressive Digital Media Plc, is a leading provider of timely, practical market intelligence and advice that helps global IT and telecom professionals compete, innovate and improve performance. For over 15 years, our independent experts and proprietary services have empowered fast-paced companies to quickly identify opportunities to drive growth and market leadership. Relied upon as an unbiased and trusted partner, Current Analysis serves more than 35,000 professionals representing over 1,400 enterprises. Headquartered in Washington DC, with offices in Boston, Buenos Aires, London, Singapore, Dubai, Shanghai, Tokyo, Seoul and Sydney, we provide broad global reach.


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