This paper helps you prepare for publication day for your Magic Quadrant or Wave report.
In this webinar, we highlight why and how the analyst community is important, how to work effectively with them, leverage them for growth of your business and get a ROI on this activity.
In this webinar we review the implications, and required actions, resulting from the integration of Peer Insights reviews into Gartner's Magic Quadrants.
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.
When a Magic Quadrant is published and you find your dot below where you want it to be, what steps should you take? In this video we look at what the next steps should be and what you should focus on with your analyst engagement for future assessments.
Even if you’re not a Gartner client, you have an opportunity to be placed on the Magic Quadrant. This video delivers tips on what your focus should be for engaging in a Magic Quadrant assessment.
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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.
Are you already positioned on a Magic Quadrant, but wish to be in the leader quadrant? In this video, we share some insights on how to improve your position.
If you find you’re not getting the results you expect from your analyst engagement, this video will explain how to make a positive change to your strategy.
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In this short video, we explain how the critical capabilities assessment differs significantly from a Magic Quadrant assessment.
If your position on the Magic Quadrant isn’t where you want it to be, there are other factors to consider. In this video we discuss other aspects of the write up that you should pay attention to.
If you find yourself disappointed with your draft review, remember there’s still an opportunity to effect positive change to your Magic Quadrant or Wave results.
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In this webinar we look at the year-round issues associated with advocates and references for analyst engagement and set out the essence of the plan every technology company needs.
In this webinar we review the common issues experienced with getting the right results from references for assessments such as Magic Quadrants and Waves.