AT&T Vice Chairman Ralph de la Vega references Jeff Cotrupe’s Stratecast IoT report on LinkedIn Pulse

Ralph de la Vega IotAT&T’s Vice Chairman Ralph de la Vega recently referenced Jeff’s Stratecast report, The Internet of Things (IoT): How Real is It Today?, on LinkedIn Pulse in a piece titled The 4th Industrial Revolution: What Businesses Need to Know. In the piece, de la Vega discussed figures from the report assessing the scope and impact of IoT and Jeff’s assertion that “Every organization in every sector needs an IoT strategy.”

Jeff’s Stratecast report analyzes how Facebook is helping brands ensure the visibility of digital ads

FB super chrome!Jeff Cotrupe’s Stratecast report, Advertisers Are Getting the Wrong Impressions; Facebook and the MRC Offer New Points of View, asserts that the fundamental action users take on Facebook every day—reviewing their Facebook News Feed extremely quickly, and customizing what they want to see in that News Feed on the fly—is about to revolutionize the digital advertising industry.

The report is available on Stratecast’s Big Data & Analytics portal here.

Jeff Cotrupe and Mark Friedman of Genesys show how Big Data drives mobile engagement and better customer experiences

Genesys 2014Jeff Cotrupe joined Mark Friendman of Stratecast client Genesys on a webcast where they shared insights on how Big Data helps brands engage with consumers on the go and offer a better customer experience. The webcast is available for on demand viewing here.

Information Week chats with Jeff Cotrupe about Big Data, retailers, shoppers, and privacy

InformationWeek-RETAIL 01-17-2014

Oceanside, CA, USA, 18 January 2014 – Information Week’s Jeff Bertolucci spoke with Jeff Cotrupe this week about how retail/Wi-Fi analytics, also known as in-store analytics, is equipping retailers to survive in the Age of Amazon–and how it works so well that consumer protection and privacy advocates are raising concerns. The resulting article, Privacy Fears Hit Retailers’ Big Data Analytics Plans, along with commentary by Jeff in response to reader questions, appears here.

Using Big Data to Put a Big Hurt on an $18.4 Billion Problem

Stratecast publishes Jeff Cotrupe’s latest Stratecast Perspectives & Insights for Executives (SPIE) report

Using Big Data to Put a Big Hurt on Communications Fraud 08-12-2013

Oceanside, CA (San Diego), 12 August 2013 – Stratecast has published Jeff Cotrupe’s latest research report, Using Big Data to Put a Big Hurt on Communications Fraud. The opening section of the report introduces the topic this way:

As the use of smart devices proliferates around the globe, communications service providers (CSPs) are dining on huge new revenue opportunities—and an equal helping of financial risk. The Communications Fraud Control Association (CFCA)* …defines it as the use of telecommunications products or services without intention to pay. Committing communications fraud is serious business, and to borrow a phrase from a major motion picture, “business is a-booming.”** The CFCA’s most recent figures indicate that communications fraud represents an $18.4 billion risk.

To obtain a copy of this or any Stratecast or Frost & Sullivan report, or to subscribe to any of their research programs, readers may contact +1 877 463 7678 or myfrost@frost.com.

About Jeff Cotrupe
Jeff Cotrupe is a Global Program Director at Stratecast | Frost & Sullivan, a global growth partnership company, where he conceived, designed, launched, and leads the firm’s Big Data & Analytics research and consulting practice. Cotrupe is a career product marketing manager and business development catalyst, with 15+ years’ experience leading growth initiatives across multiple products in Big Data, analytics, and business intelligence; communications software; and the Cloud. He has launched and managed 20 products and services, helping companies generate hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue, M&A, and capital. Cotrupe is also a CrossFit, speedwalking, and Relay For Life enthusiast; his MarketBLOG pagetop photo was shot 04/20/13 at RFL.


* The CFCA combats the problem of communications fraud; the industry group’s global membership consists of approximately 200 different telecommunications carriers, private network owners, law enforcement officers, communications end users, and others. The CFCA also works with other industry organizations including the TM Forum and The Forum for the International Irregular Network Access (FIINA) to combat communications fraud. The CFCA does not endorse any vendor or its products. Each company should do its own due diligence when selecting a fraud management solution.
** Inglourious Basterds (2009), Quentin Tarantino and Universal Pictures

Jeff Cotrupe presents Best Practices Award to Sitecore President and talks Big Data with its CEO

Presentation and interview take place at Sitecore Symposium 2012

VIDEO: Jeff Cotrupe, Stratecast, interviews Michael Seifert, Sitecore

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Oceanside, CA, 29th November 2012 | Jeff Cotrupe, Global Program Director, Stratecast | Frost & Sullivan, presented the 2012 Best Practices Award for Technology Innovation in Customer Engagement Platforms to Sitecore at Sitecore Symposium 2012 in Las Vegas. Cotrupe made the presentation to Sitecore USA President Bjarne Hansen. Also at the event, Cotrupe interviewed Sitecore CEO Michael Seifert. In this video of that exchange, the two discuss the Award and the major challenges and opportunities in Big Data, business intelligence (BI) and analytics.

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Jeff Cotrupe to present industry award to host company at Sitecore Symposium 2012

Oceanside, CA, USA, 31st August 2012 – Jeff Cotrupe will be at Sitecore Symposium 2012 in Las Vegas, NV, USA to present a 2012 Stratecast | Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award, for Technology Innovation in Customer Engagement Platforms, to host company Sitecore. Sitecore redefines how organizations engage with audiences, powering compelling experiences that sense and adapt to visitors both online and in-person.

“Web content management (WCM) is vital because a company’s online presence is now its front door to the world, and 3,000 customers around the globe, with more than 32,000 sites, depend on Sitecore’s WCM solutions. Yet Sitecore had the vision to understand that in order to continue delivering the highest strategic value to the market it had to add both analytics and digital marketing capabilities to the mix. It did so with a vengeance, crafting a full-bore customer engagement platform that delivers in all three areas,” said Cotrupe. Continue reading “Jeff Cotrupe to present industry award to host company at Sitecore Symposium 2012”