Raymond NieuwenhuizenAMR Research | Analyst Bios
...Home About Us Analysts Raymond NieuwenhuizenRaymond Nieuwenhuizen - Director, Client ResearchRaymond
is responsible for client research activities that support corporate, as well as software vendor accounts in these industries.He
oversees group activities that serve the custom research needs of a variety of large companies, including Fortune 500 manufacturers, retailers, and enterprise software vendors.Clients benefit from Raymond's extensive experience in working with organizations on strategic and tactical decisions, impacting corporate, supply chain, and customer management initiatives.
previous role as Senior Research Analyst at AMR Research
was responsible for analysis of industry trends and developments in the retail applications market.At a strategic level, Raymond
has assisted current AMR Research clients such as J.C. Penney, Home Depot, and Best Buy
, with the development of their e-Business strategies.At a tactical level, he has managed several system selection projects, and provided comparative product and company analysis to assist retailers in their application strategies.Raymond began as a Research Analyst for AMR Research, where he managed both retailer and retail vendor clients.
In support of retailer clients, he
provided comparative product and company analysis to assist retailers in system selection decisions.For vendor clients, Raymond
provided competitive market analysis, facilitated alliance opportunities, and developed strategic business plans.Prior to joining AMR Research, Raymond held management and market research positions at organizations in Canada, Belgium, and The Netherlands.He earned his M.B.A. from Syracuse University with concentrations in Marketing and Finance, and a specialty track in Innovation Management.Raymond
also completed graduate-level coursework in information systems analysis and design.He also received his B.S. in Marketing and International Management from The Hague University in The Netherlands.
Recent Research by Raymond
Wednesday, July 17, 2002 Try Before You Buy--The Theme of Retek's Earnings Call Retek's revenue fell approximately $30M short of its 2Q02 target as warned.The vendor blamed six deals that are in the sales pipeline but didn't close.