Presentation and interview take place at Sitecore Symposium 2012
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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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Deploying business intelligence and analytics to provide video delivery, assurance and quality of experience
Oceanside, CA, USA, 29 June 2012 – Jeff Cotrupe will deliver a Frost & Sullivan Analyst Briefing titled Video Delivery, Assurance and QoE: Managing the Video Tidal Wave, 11 July 2012 at 1:00pm EDT. For more information and to register, visit the event page.
“Video is consuming an ever-greater share of network capacity and traffic,” said Cotrupe. “This creates huge business and operations issues for communications service providers–and resolving them is one of the most interesting, important and, in our view, revenue-worthy applications of BI and analytics today.”
About Jeff Cotrupe
Jeff Cotrupe is a Global Program Director at Stratecast | Frost & Sullivan where he directs two research programs: Analytics, Customer Experience & Marketing (ACEM) and OSS/BSS Global Competitive Strategies (OSSCS). Cotrupe has launched and managed 20 products and services to help employers and clients generate hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue, M&A and capital, offering research, writing, digital marketing, products & sales at the speed of business.™
Oceanside, CA, USA, 1 May 2012 – Jeff Cotrupe, who launched a new research program for Stratecast in 4Q2011, is on the road in 2012 to propel the growth of the new program. Analytics, Customer Experience & Marketing (ACEM), pronounced “ace-em,” is, in Cotrupe’s words, focused on “the intelligent application of analytics in business and life,” and he is speaking on analytics and business intelligence (BI) topics in a series of high-profile venues. In March he was quoted in Destination CRM on Pegasystems’ addition of social media monitoring to its existing customer relationship management (CRM) platform. On 1 May his white paper Democratizing BI: Enterprise-quality Analytics for Midsized Companies began appearing at the NEWS link of his Stratecast client CloudTrigger. On 14 May Cotrupe speaks on “BI & Data Warehouse Market Trends and CSP Initiatives” at the InTouch 2012 business forum (Twitter: #intouch12) in Miami, FL, USA, hosted by his Stratecast client and global communications software leader Amdocs. On 22 May Cotrupe speaks on a panel, “Opportunities and Challenges of Multiscreen Video Delivery,” at Management World 2012 (Twitter: #mwd12) in Dublin, Ireland. Continue reading “Jeff Cotrupe evangelizes Stratecast research program through global speaking and media venues”
Oceanside, CA, USA, 31 January 2012 – IneoQuest, which provides companies with video service assurance and management of the viewer experience, has invited Jeff Cotrupe, a Global Program Director at Stratecast, to speak on a panel at Management World 2012 in Dublin, Ireland. Cotrupe will join a representative from IneoQuest and a third speaker from an undisclosed communications service provider (CSP) on the panel, which will discuss solutions that ensure high quality of experience (QoE) for video viewers. QoE solutions are one of four areas Cotrupe and Stratecast analyze under the category of customer experience management (CEM). Continue reading “Jeff Cotrupe tapped for Video QoE Panel at TM Forum’s Management World/Dublin 2012”
Oceanside, CA, USA, 15 December 2011 – Jeff Cotrupe’s Twitter site now reaches more than 8,350 followers, an increase of more than 14% over its follower base on 1 August. “Admittedly these are not Charlie Sheen numbers,” said Cotrupe, “but I often have more followers than companies we do business with–and the most important thing is the quality of the dialogues I get to engage in with great people across the Twittersphere.” Cotrupe also manages the Twitter site for Stratecast, and while that site deals with a more limited range of subject matter, he has built Stratecast’s follower base from 125 in September 2010 to nearly 1,400 today.
About Jeff Cotrupe
Jeff Cotrupe is a Global Program Director at Stratecast, a division of Frost & Sullivan, where he directs two research programs: OSS/BSS Global Competitive Strategies (OSSCS) and Analytics, Customer Experience & Marketing (ACEM). Cotrupe has launched and managed 20 products and services to help employers and clients generate hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue, M&A and capital.
Oceanside, CA, USA | 02 April 2011 – In March 2011, media brought us some of the saddest and most shocking images in recorded history as multiple earthquakes and a tsunami devastated Japan. Jeff Cotrupe shared links about the tragedy, called the world community to action on Twitter and Facebook and contributed to disaster relief via the International Federation of the Red Cross. At the same time he was thankful for better media developments closer to home.
In early March, Cotrupe, global program director at Stratecast, conducted a series of interviews about the IBM Systems Director product line with executives and customers at the IBM Pulse 2011 event in Las Vegas. Continue reading “Major multimedia month for Jeff Cotrupe”
Oceanside, CA, USA | 27 March 2011 – Jeff Cotrupe announced that MarketPOWER, LLC’s Twitter site today went over the 6,000-follower mark. The site had 3,000 followers on April 15, 2010, and has now doubled its follower count in less than a year. “Charlie Sheen can roll out of bed, hurl his latest round of venom at CBS executives or a co-star and add his next quarter-million followers by lunchtime,” said Cotrupe, “so obviously we’re not talking about world-record follower counts. Yet having more followers than many of even the more sizable companies who follow, and engaging in fruitful dialogues with them, makes it feel like we’re reaching the right kinds of followers for the right reasons.” Continue reading “Jeff Cotrupe now reaches 6,000 followers on Twitter”