Peter Sheldon

VP, Principal Analyst serving eBusiness & Channel Strategy PROFESSIONALS

Peter serves eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals. He focuses on eCommerce technologies and solutions, including B2C and B2B eCommerce platforms, mobile commerce solutions, digital in-store technologies, and digital commerce. Peter has specific expertise helping eBusiness leaders understand the integration challenges between eCommerce and back-office technologies across channels and touchpoints. His interests focus on mobile and tablet commerce trends, digital in-store experiences, multichannel retail, social commerce, and digital media.

Previous Work Experience

Peter has extensive experience working with an ecosystem of eCommerce technologies, including eCommerce platforms, mobile commerce solutions, content management, web analytics, search engine marketing (SEM), search engine optimization (SEO), digital asset management, payment systems, and social media, to name a few. Peter has more than 13 years of experience in eCommerce and web technologies. Most recently, Peter held both product management and product marketing positions at Elastic Path, a leading eCommerce platform vendor. He also worked as a senior business analyst at JP Morgan and Ford Motor Company, where he started his career in eCommerce developing a direct online channel for new vehicle sales in the UK. Peter's experience spans both business and technology, including business analysis, product management, product marketing, solution architecture, user experience, and online marketing.

Education

Peter holds a BEng in manufacturing systems engineering from the University of Strathclyde in Scotland.

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    Report:How Consumers Find Websites In 2011

    And Why Multitouchpoint Campaigns Will Drive Value, Not Just Traffic

    As in years past, natural search results, links, and personal emails are the most cited resources for finding websites. But take note: Social media — in particular social networks —...

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    Report:Forrester Research Interactive Marketing Forecast By Industry, 2012 To 2017 (US)

    ForecastView Spreadsheet

    Company spending on interactive marketing spending segmented by industries. Each industry's spending is further broken into the various components of interactive marketing: display, paid search, SEO,...

    • Downloads: 17
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:ForecastView — An Overview Of Our Global Forecasts

    Forrester's ForecastView service provides reliable insight into the online, mobile, and emerging technology markets. It offers a framework for understanding market drivers and inhibitors and helps...

    • Downloads: 3
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Updated Q1 2012: Use Social Media To Boost Your TV Audience

    Social media is changing the way audiences engage with TV. Led by Generation X and Generation Y, audiences are increasingly multitasking on digital devices while watching TV — and sharing what...

    • Downloads: 593
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    Report:US Interactive Marketing Forecast By Industry, 2011 To 2016

    Forrester forecasts interactive marketing spend to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 17%. But not all industries will invest in interactive at the same pace. Financial services will spend the...

    • Downloads: 1719
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Forrester Research Interactive Marketing Forecast By Industry, 2013 To 2018 (US)

    ForecastView Spreadsheet

    Breaks out company spending on interactive marketing segmented by 12 industries. Each industry's spending is further broken into the various components of interactive marketing: display, paid search,...

    • Downloads: 12
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    Report:Forrester Research Interactive Marketing Forecast By Industry, 2011 To 2016 (US)

    ForecastView Spreadsheet

    Interactive marketing spending segmented by industries. Each industry's IM spending is further broken into the various components of IM: display, paid search, SEO, email, and mobile advertising.

    • Downloads: 4
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    Report:Under The Hood Of Social TV: Audio Fingerprinting

    Keeping Marketing Content On Second Screens Relevant To What's On TV

    As social TV continues to grow, so does the number of questions that clients ask Forrester about it. One crucial piece of this multiscreen puzzle: How can marketers ensure that their second screen...

    • Downloads: 388