Tracy Corbo from EMA Joins The BSM Blog
August 10, 2015
Pete Goldin
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Tracy Corbo, Principal Research Analyst at Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), has joined The BSM Blog on APMdigest.

Corbo has several years of experience in the computing industry, primarily as an industry analyst and on the vendor side working on competitive analysis. At Enterprise Management Associates, she works in the network management practice area.

Prior to joining EMA, Corbo worked for two of the largest IT market research vendors, Gartner and IDC. In her position as an analyst at both of these firms, she was responsible for market sizing and forecasting of various IT markets. Her areas of coverage have included both hardware and software solutions, particularly for networking, network management, WAN optimization, WLAN, PC networking hardware, groupware, and application development. She has published numerous reports and has been widely quoted in the press.

On the vendor side, Corbo worked for Digital Equipment Corporation in the product marketing division doing competitive research. This research provided guidance to both the engineering and product marketing teams regarding competitive positioning, features and functions requirements for new products, and pricing analysis and suggestions for new product launches. Her other projects included providing competitive positioning materials for the field. Before moving into the high-tech industry, Corbo was an IT manager at a larger commercial real estate company. She holds a B.A., East Asian Studies, University of Connecticut, and a Certificate in Technical Writing from Northeastern University.

EMA is a leading industry analyst and consulting firm that specializes in going “beyond the surface” to provide deep insight across the full spectrum of IT and data management technologies.

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