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Proposal: Near Field Communication (NFC) Components and Devices

ANALYSIS METHODS

  • Market adoption/penetration scenarios, estimates and forecasts are built using user budgets, recent installations, future purchasing plans and supplier shipment analysis. Key inputs include customer penetration forecasts, market adoption analysis, supplier forecasts of revenues, units and prices and economic outlook data.

  • Data is verified via primary and secondary research by conducting supplementary interviews, crosschecking target firms’ channels and key accounts, requesting estimates from competitors in the industry, crosschecking direct secondary sources, and reviewing historical performance.

  • Supplier share and position analyses are derived directly from structured, in-depth interviews of leading and emerging NFC component and device suppliers. Our analysts use client-approved interview questionnaires to poll suppliers on a broad range of topics, including recent historical, current year and projected shipments.

  • Customer requirements and preferences are focused on product and supplier selection criteria. Client- approved telephone questionnaires and Web survey tools are used to poll current and prospective buyers of NFC components and devices to understand recent historical, current and future preferences for various technologies, feature sets, vendors, and sources of supply. This data assists in the development of technology penetration scenarios, manufacturer position and direction, and channel effectiveness.

RESEARCH TEAM

  • Andrew Nathanson, Director of VDC’s AIDC/RFID Practice. Drew has more than 15 years experience in industrial enterprise program management, general management, strategy consulting and business development. At VDC, Drew is responsible for the firm’s multimillion dollar AIDC and RFID technology practices. In this capacity, Drew works closely with VDC clients, analysts, consultants, and senior management to design, execute, manage, and deliver proprietary research and syndicated programs.

Drew is a graduate of Clark University (BS, biology and chemistry) and Northeastern University (MBA, concentration in high-tech).

  • Louis Bianchin, Senior analyst in VDC’s AIDC/RFID Practice. Louis has nearly 25 years experience as a developer and evaluator of RFID systems and a host of related wireless and IT related technologies. That experience includes implementations in health care services, pharmaceutical, financial services and high-tech manufacturing environments.

Louis is responsible for VDC’s syndicated research programs in RFID and related wireless technologies. He is a key contributor to the management and execution of both the RFID Business Planning Service and the AIDC Global Industry Business Planning Service.

Louis is a graduate of the University of Montreal, Canada. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Electronic Commerce from Boston University.

  • Christopher J. Rezendes, Executive Vice President at VDC. Chris has 16 years experience in industrial technology market research and consulting. He has more than 11 years experience in senior management and leadership positions at a number of IT systems and professional services organizations.

Chris has advised many of the largest and most respected companies in industrial and information technology industries worldwide. He has also worked with many of the most successful private equity and venture capital firms in the Americas and Europe. He His work with the financial services community includes proprietary engagements with most of the leading investment banking firms in the world.

Chris is a graduate of Harvard University.

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