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The news hasn’t improved much lately, and it’s tough to digest a diet of disaster in the media, says Jeremy Cowan. We have to hold our hands up here for sharing tough news in So, don’t think I’m in denial when I try to lift the spirits a little by sharing some positive news crossing my desk this week. First, however, let’s set the context.
A report from Munich-based industry analysts, teknowlogy Group this week says that the software and IT services (SITS) market in Western Europe is likely to decline post-pandemic by between 3% and 12% in 2020, based on two scenarios developed by the group. Yes, they call the first scenario, ‘optimistic’.
In it, the group envisages the virus’s peak being successfully managed in three months (by late July), with lockdown measures eased before the end. But in the more pessimistic scenario, teknowlogy Group outlines a six-month period of peak management, meaning most organisations would not return to business as usual until Q4, 2020 or even Q1, 2021.
I can hear you now. “Jeremy, if this is you being optimistic I’m out.”
Bear with me, it gets brighter, but to see the light we need to start in the dark.
Christophe Chalons, EVP and chief analyst, says: “We have based our expectations on a number of factors including the speed at which the virus is spreading across different regions, the extent and duration of the lockdown, and how successful government measures are proving to be. But the global nature of the economy means that no country in Europe can avoid the impact on international supply chains and customer demand.”
With an early background in nuclear physics and reactor engineering and over 20 years of business-to-business technology and information security expertise, Ken serves as the Chief Executive Officer of IntelliSite, the industry’s most dynamic, open software suite of IoT, AI and Sensors for mid-market and large enterprise customers, global technology partners and governments worldwide
Prior to joining IntelliSite, Ken was the General Manager & Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Dell Technologies Safety & Security, IoT, and Computer Vision business unit. During his tenure, he was recognized as one of Dell Technologies top security and public safety experts who were instrumental in establishing and growing Dell Technologies Safety and Security solutions.
Prior to Dell Technologies, Ken was a Fellow at the U.S. Department of State. Earlier in his career, he spent close to eight years building a hyper-growth business for Cisco’s Safety and Security, Access Control, and Emergency Response business unit. Previously, Ken was a Partner in one of the largest contract field sales organizations in the United States and served as a Nuclear Engineer for the United States Navy.
Ken holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Management from the University of Phoenix and a Master of Public Administration (MPA) from Clemson University. He is a member of the Security Industry Association (SIA) and serves on the Cybersecurity Advisory Committee for the University of South Florida Muma College of Business as well as an Advisory Board Member for the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security.
Mario co-founded IntelliSite Corporation with Jorge Campos in 2001 and serves as the company’s President of Business Development and Strategy.
A serial entrepreneur, Mario guided the transition of QPCS, a small startup technology company into IntelliSite Corporation, a market leading organization that delivers outcomes for its customer across IoT, Safety & Security and Computer Vision.
Prior to founding QPCS, Mario worked as a software programmer for John Deer Agri Services.
Mario developed web-based software applications designed to provide food traceability in the Agribusiness world.
Jorge Campos is co-founder of IntelliSite Corporation and serves as the Chief Corporation Officer.
His extensive experience in the field has been instrumental in bringing new
technologies together to create successful IoT solutions. Since a very young age, Jorge showed exceptional technological skills; he sold his first commercial computer program at the age of 10. In 1995, working as a senior engineer for Costa Rica’s National Bank, he was part of the team that created and implemented the core software platform that was implemented across all of its branches.
Jorge is originally from Costa Rica and holds a bachelor’s degree in agricultural engineering from EARTH University, as well as a bachelor’s degree in computer science from California State University, Stanislaus.