When you know better you do better: an introduction to the Claranet Research Programme

May 30, 2013 Anonymous

It’s a truism that in order to compete organisations need a comprehensive understanding of markets, customers, products, regulations, suppliers and employees. It’s as true for Claranet as it is for our customers, suppliers and partners.

Too frequently in business impactful decisions are made and steadfast opinions are formed without any real market testing or with limited research into the issues at hand. It’s with this in mind that we founded the Claranet Research Programme in June 2011 with one core mission: to enable technology decision makers and influencers to add business value to their organisations.

The programme seeks to provide insights into how organisations view shifting strategic technology trends – and to what extent they are currently using them to benefit their businesses. We are focussed on helping businesses make informed technology decisions by gathering, developing and disseminating informative content based on real market insight, which reflects the rapidly changing, information-driven, interconnected nature of our global economy.

The Claranet Research Programme conducts primary research regularly and provides analysis across multiple industries and functional disciplines. It has so far has surveyed more than 550 CEOs, CIOs and technologists since it was founded and its findings have been utilised by all manner of industry publications including IBM Midsize Insider, Microscope and Cloud Computing 365.

To keep up to date with the latest news, views and reports from the Claranet Research Programme please follow Claranet at our media centre or through our social media channels.

To download our two most recent whitepapers, 'Cloud Market Report 2012' and 'The ROI for Adopting Cloud' which were built on the Claranet Research Programme head to our resources section.

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