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This profile was last updated on 12/17/09  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Arun Chandramohan

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  • master's degree , international business
    University of Applied Sciences
  • Master , International Business
    University of Applied Sciences
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IDC CEMA
www.idc-cema.com, 17 Dec 2009 [cached]
Arun Chandramohan IDC CEMA
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Arun Chandramohan Senior Research Analyst, Vertical Markets IDC Poland
Arun Chandramohan is responsible for analyses and forecasts of IT spending across Central Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (CEMA). His insights into industry-specific IT drivers, trends, and IT procurement patterns within key industries, as well as the cross-technology nature of his position, have enabled him to develop a balanced understanding of the region's hardware, software, and IT services markets, where he specializes in the SMB markets and manufacturing and public sectors. In addition to primary responsibility for vertical markets, he is also the lead analyst for BPO services in CEMA.
Chandramohan contributes toward the execution of strategic consulting engagements and custom research projects aimed at helping IT vendors improve their market positions and penetrate new markets and segments. Specific areas include market entry, channel strategy, product positioning, alliances/partnerships, and competitor analysis.
Before joining IDC in August 2006, Chandramohan worked as a consulting manager at a boutique research firm focused on helping IT vendors develop and implement go-to-market and sales-mobilization strategies.
Chandramohan earned a Master's degree in International Business from the University of Applied Sciences in Furtwangen, Germany.
IDC CEMA
www.idc-cema.com, 13 Nov 2008 [cached]
Arun Chandramohan Senior Analyst, Vertical Markets IDC Poland
Since autumn 2005, Arun Chandramohan has been responsible for vertical markets and SMB markets for the CEMA region. He possesses deep understanding of industry-specific IT drivers and trends and IT procurement patterns, and he forecasts vertical and SMB IT spending across the CEMA region. The cross-technology nature of his position has enabled him to develop a balanced understanding of hardware, software, and IT services. He specializes in the manufacturing, government, and SMB markets.
He has applied his expertise and knowledge in executing strategic consulting engagements and custom research projects, helping clients to improve their verticalization, business development, market entry, and channel strategies across the CEMA region.
Before joining IDC in autumn 2005, Arun worked as a research and consulting manager for EMEA at a boutique research firm focused on helping IT vendors develop and implement go-to-market and sales-mobilization strategies. He has also worked in investment management and management consulting.
Arun Chandramohan has a master's degree in international business from the University of Applied Sciences, Furtwangen, Germany.
"Services have moved to the forefront ...
www.idccentraleurope.com, 24 Nov 2006 [cached]
"Services have moved to the forefront of the Slovak IT market," says Arun Chandramohan, IDC Senior Analyst, IDC CEMA, "and now account for more revenue than servers, storage, and PCs combined.This reflects the relative maturity of the country's IT environment, where many sectors, like communications and finance, have already moved into replacement buying and upgrades when it comes to hardware.Most new investments are in the services and solutions area."
Communications was the single largest vertical sector investing in IT in Slovakia in 2005 and will be again in 2006.The sector has been growing steadily as mobile penetration continues to rise and both fixed and mobile operators roll out advanced mobility solutions."With number portability and the fact that Telefonica 02 is entering the market as the third mobile services provider next year," says Arun Chandramohan, IDC Senior Analyst, IDC CEMA, "the competitive environment will intensify considerably, and providers will search for ways to make back-end and customer-facing IT systems more efficient."
The government sector (national and local counted together) was the second-largest sector in terms of IT spending in Slovakia last year and will be again in 2006.Different arms of the government are actively investing in a range of IT.For instance: the Ministry of Transport, Post, and Communications is driving the Slovak egovernment initiative with implementation of a public tendering system.The Slovak Tax Authority is upgrading its etax portal.And the National Council of the Slovak Republic has purchased a range of hardware, including desktop PCs, notebooks, printers, and other accessories."Although government is not the fastest growing sector," says Chandramohan, "it should exhibit steady expansion in IT investments over the next few years, as so many different agencies are currently engaged in developing their systems."
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"Both the discrete and process sectors will be increasing their spending on IT at nearly twice the rate as the communications sector," says Chandramohan.
Arun Chandra Mohan is ...
www.idcresearch.com, 1 Dec 2007 [cached]
Arun Chandra Mohan is responsible for vertical markets and SMB markets for the CEMA region. He has deep understanding of industry-specific IT drivers, trends, and IT procurement patterns within key industries in the region. He forecasts vertical and SMB IT spending across the CEMA region. The cross-technology nature of his position has enabled him to develop a balanced understanding of hardware, software, and IT services markets. He specializes in the manufacturing, public sector, and SMB markets. In addition to his primary responsibility for Vertical Markets, Arun Chandra Mohan is also the lead analyst for BPO services program for the CEMA region. He has applied his expertise and knowledge in executing strategic consulting engagements and custom research projects aimed at helping IT vendors improve their market positions and penetrate new markets and segments. Specific areas include market entry, channel strategy, product positioning, alliances and partnership, and competitor analysis. Before joining IDC in August 2006, Arun Chandra Mohan worked as a consulting manager at a boutique research firm focused on helping IT vendors develop and implement go-to-market and sales-mobilization strategies. Arun Chandra Mohan has a master's degree in international business from the University of Applied Sciences, Furtwangen, Germany.
IDC Adriatics
www.idc-adriatics.com, 7 Dec 2009 [cached]
Arun Chandramohan Senior Research Analyst, Vertical Markets IDC Poland
Arun Chandramohan is responsible for analyses and forecasts of IT spending across Central Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (CEMA). His insights into industry-specific IT drivers, trends, and IT procurement patterns within key industries, as well as the cross-technology nature of his position, have enabled him to develop a balanced understanding of the region's hardware, software, and IT services markets, where he specializes in the SMB markets and manufacturing and public sectors. In addition to primary responsibility for vertical markets, he is also the lead analyst for BPO services in CEMA.
Chandramohan contributes toward the execution of strategic consulting engagements and custom research projects aimed at helping IT vendors improve their market positions and penetrate new markets and segments. Specific areas include market entry, channel strategy, product positioning, alliances/partnerships, and competitor analysis.
Before joining IDC in August 2006, Chandramohan worked as a consulting manager at a boutique research firm focused on helping IT vendors develop and implement go-to-market and sales-mobilization strategies.
Chandramohan earned a Master's degree in International Business from the University of Applied Sciences in Furtwangen, Germany.
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