Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 8, 2004
KnowledgeStorm, the Internet's most highly trafficked business technology search engine, today announced the company's chairman, president & CEO Kelly Gay appeared as a guest on CNN's "Lou Dobbs Tonight." Gay released figures from a new report conducted with KnowledgeStorm partner The AlignIT Group. "Corporate IT Spending and Offshore Services" takes an industry-by-industry look at the practice of offshoring and examines trends in IT budgets for 2003 and 2004. The report profiles which companies are most likely to go offshore, which ones will be most successful at doing so and which might be disappointed with the results.
WHO: CNN Lou Dobbs Tonight -- Kelly Gay, Chairman, President & CEO of Atlanta-based KnowledgeStorm
WHAT: Release of Outsourcing, Offshoring Exporting U.S. Jobs Data
WHEN: Monday, April 5, 2004 6p.m.Eastern
VISUALS: On-Air B-Roll of Kelly Gay as Lou Dobbs' guest. Data points from report.
"Lou Dobbs, Carly Fiorina, Gregory Mankiw Â whomever's side you're on, this special report sheds new light on the controversial issue of offshore services," said Kelly Gay, chairman, president & CEO of KnowledgeStorm. "In the midst of heated debate and rising backlash over this trend, quantitative facts and analysis are hard to come by. 'Corporate IT Spending and Offshore Services' reveals the trends, profiles and numbers behind outsourcing that may affect your job, your company and your customers."
"We're elated to serve as a subject matter expert for Lou Dobbs "Exporting America" segment," said Gay's Executive Publicist Meredith A.C. Roth. "The data from KnowledgeStorm and AlignIT is pivotal, whether you're an economist giving long-term projections or this is your job we're talking about-or quite possibly, if this is your election year."
NOTE TO EDITOR: http://KnowledgeStormResearch.com/
Â The full report on "Corporate IT Spending and Offshore Services" is available complimentary for credentialed members of the media. ($1,500 for non-press).
"Corporate IT Spending and Offshore Services" is part of a report series that examines thousands of customers' feedback on more than 80 enterprise software vendors. Markets covered include ERP, CRM, BPM, Business Intelligence, Portals, Performance and Availability Management, IDEs, Medical Records and Storage Management. Reports comprise vendor satisfaction rankings and customer buying behavior.
Founded in 1998, KnowledgeStorm is the Internet's most highly trafficked business technology search site and provides software, service, reseller and hardware information on thousands of IT solutions, alongside white papers, webinars and case studies. This information is available at KnowledgeStorm.com and through syndication partners including Yahoo!, The Wall Street Journal's StartupJournal.com, TechTarget, Aberdeen Group, InfoWorld, Fastcompany.com, Inc.com and DevX. More than 1.6 million visit KnowledgeStorm each month, and 80% of those visitors influence business technology purchase decisions. http://KnowledgeStormResearch.com
KnowledgeStorm has partnered with The AlignIT Group, a respected independent market research firm, to deliver Market Research reports. AlignIT surveyed a select group of more than 2,000 enterprise software users and buyers from the KnowledgeStorm community about their first-hand experience with enterprise software. These reports combine this survey data with in-depth analysis from AlignIT's experienced researchers. http://KnowledgeStormResearch.com
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