BOSTON & LONDON & PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NelsonHall, the leading global BPS and ITS analyst firm, today announced a major enhancement to its world-renowned Key Vendor Assessment (KVA) program, including the appointment of John Laherty, who will work alongside SVP of Research Rachael Stormonth.
For over a decade, the KVA program has provided the most in-depth and insightful assessments of the world's leading IT services vendors, enabling buyers to make highly informed vendor selection decisions, and vendors themselves to maintain a watching brief on their competitors and service partners, as well as optimizing their exposure to potential clients. And in 2016, KVA is being enhanced with even greater analysis and more frequent updates, plus the key addition of John Laherty to the team.
John has over 24 years’ experience in strategy and strategic marketing & intelligence roles in the global IT Services/BPS industry, including with United Utilities (Strategy), Vertex (Head of Business Intelligence), Hewlett-Packard (Strategic Sales Intelligence & Consultancy), and Tech Mahindra (Head of Advisor & Analyst relations).
John’s appointment is the latest in a series of additions to the global NelsonHall team, which is continuing to grow in response to market demand for our unique brand of rigorous and insightful sourcing research and advice. John Willmott, NelsonHall’s CEO, said “We’re delighted to welcome John at this exciting time in NelsonHall’s development. KVA is an essential part of our portfolio and many clients rely on it for the depth of detail and insight it delivers. John’s extensive experience in a variety of strategy and intelligence roles, and his knowledge of IT services vendors, will help us take the KVA program to the next level.”
NelsonHall is the leading global BPS and ITS research & analysis firm. Founded in 1998, the company takes a global approach to analysis of vendors and outsourcing markets and is widely respected for the quality and depth of its research.
NelsonHall also offers a suite of "Speed-to-Source" tools (NEAT) that assist buy-side executives in saving time and money, while enhancing the quality of their sourcing decisions, in BPS and ITS evaluations.