References

Biggest Change in Gartner’s MQ, Ever! Are you Ready for It?

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In this webinar we review the implications, and required actions, resulting from the integration of Peer Insights reviews into Gartner's Magic Quadrants.

Planning for Strong Client Advocates and References

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In the webinar we discuss the relative roles of advocates and references, why these clients are becoming increasingly critical to your assessments (e.g. Magic Quadrant, Wave) results and how to best plan for success.

Choosing the reference that will work for you – 3 golden tips

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Choosing the right references for your analyst assessment is one of the keys to success. In this video we talk about the most important factors to consider when choosing your reference customers.

Will crowdsourced peer reviews replace references with analysts?

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With many different crowdsourced peer reviews available, does that change what and how we should look at our references? Watch this video to understand more about crowdsourced reviews and their relationship to analysts' assessment of companies.

What is the relationship between advocates and references?

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Understanding the differences and relationship between references and advocates is key to the success of your analyst assessment.

What are the elements of a best practice advocates and references program?

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Do you have a references and advocacy program in place? This video explains the fundamental elements you need to be able to run a program.

Getting Great Reference Results for Your Magic Quadrant Submission

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In this webinar we review the common issues experienced with getting the right results from references for assessments such as Magic Quadrants and Waves.

Why are my reference results poor?

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If your client references aren’t as good you want — or expect them to be, what can you do? Watch this video to learn why reference results are often disappointing and what you need to do to change them.