Jennifer   Adams

Jennifer Adams

Sr Forecast Analyst

Jennifer is a senior forecast analyst, focusing on the business technology (BT) and eCommerce space. She leverages Forrester's proprietary survey data, along with extensive industry research, to model and develop forward-looking insights into the technology markets. Recent topics of interest include commerce software, cloud security, and mobile devices and developer tools.

Previous Work Experience

Jennifer has over 20 years' experience working with technology, media, and energy companies in forecasting, strategic planning, financial, and marketing roles.

Most recently, she provided forecasting, valuation, and strategic planning services to clients in the technology and media space on an advisory basis. Previously, Jennifer worked in the Institutional Research group at Cowen and Company, publishing research reports on the telecom services sector including RBOCs, mobile operators, long-haul carriers, colocation/hosting providers, and satellite operators.

Additional experience includes financial and planning positions at global satellite operator Intelsat; economic consulting firm Putnam, Hayes & Bartlett; British Petroleum; and railroad company CSX.

Education

Jennifer earned an MBA from the University of Chicago and an undergraduate degree in economics from Cornell University. She is a chartered financial analyst (CFA).

Jennifer Adams

Sr Forecast Analyst

Jennifer is a senior forecast analyst, focusing on the business technology (BT) and eCommerce space. She leverages Forrester's proprietary survey data, along with extensive industry research, to model and develop forward-looking insights into the technology markets. Recent topics of interest include commerce software, cloud security, and mobile devices and developer tools.

Previous Work Experience

Jennifer has over 20 years' experience working with technology, media, and energy companies in forecasting, strategic planning, financial, and marketing roles.

Most recently, she provided forecasting, valuation, and strategic planning services to clients in the technology and media space on an advisory basis. Previously, Jennifer worked in the Institutional Research group at Cowen and Company, publishing research reports on the telecom services sector including RBOCs, mobile operators, long-haul carriers, colocation/hosting providers, and satellite operators.

Additional experience includes financial and planning positions at global satellite operator Intelsat; economic consulting firm Putnam, Hayes & Bartlett; British Petroleum; and railroad company CSX.

Education

Jennifer earned an MBA from the University of Chicago and an undergraduate degree in economics from Cornell University. She is a chartered financial analyst (CFA).

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  • For Security & Risk Professionals

    REPORT: Forrester Analytics: Fraud Management Solutions Forecast, 2017 To 2023 (Global)

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    July 9, 2018Jennifer Adams, Andras Cser

    Traditionally, firms used fraud management solutions to prevent and mitigate fraud losses. While this use case is still prevalent, recent trends in the market point to deploying fraud management tools to create an attractive customer experience and boost sales, customer acquisition, and retention. This data-driven report gives a five-year view of growth in global fraud management solutions, including eCommerce and retail fraud management, enterprise fraud management, identity verification, phone fraud detection, and web fraud management.

  • For CMO Professionals

    REPORT: Forrester Analytics: Marketing Automation Technology Forecast, 2017 To 2023 (US)

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    May 17, 2018Jennifer Adams, Jay McBain, Ryan Skinner, Rusty Warner, Lori Wizdo

    Marketing automation technologies allow marketers to market effectively via multiple channels while automating repetitive tasks. This US data-driven report gives a five-year view of growth for six technologies within the marketing automation ecosystem: cross-channel campaign management software; content marketing platforms; lead-to-revenue management automation platforms; marketing resource management software; real-time interaction management solutions; and through-channel marketing automation platforms.

  • For CMO Professionals

    REPORT: Forrester Data: Marketing Automation Technology Forecast, 2017 To 2023 (Global)

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    April 30, 2018Jennifer Adams, Jay McBain, Ryan Skinner, Rusty Warner, Lori Wizdo

    Marketing automation technologies allow marketers to effectively market via multiple channels while automating repetitive tasks. This data-driven report gives a five-year view of growth for six technologies within the marketing automation ecosystem: cross-channel campaign management (CCCM) software, content marketing platforms (CMPs), lead-to-revenue management (L2RM) automation platforms, marketing resource management (MRM) software, real-time interaction management (RTIM) solutions, and through-channel marketing automation (TCMA) platforms.

  • For B2C Marketing Professionals

    REPORT: Forrester Data: Ad Technology (Data Management Platforms) Forecast, 2017 To 2022 (US)

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    December 14, 2017Jennifer Adams, Susan Bidel

    Data management platforms (DMPs) facilitate smarter media buying by unifying data from multiple sources to allow more accurate and detailed audience segmentation. We expect the US DMP market to grow at a 21.6% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) over the 2017-to-2022 period. This forecast focuses on DMPs that support the programmatic advertising ecosystem; vendors include Adobe, IgnitionOne, Lotame, Neustar, Oracle, Salesforce, and Wunderman (KBM Group). The forecast breaks out US DMP growth by deployment model, enterprise/midmarket, and 10 industry segments.

  • For CIO Professionals

    REPORT: Forrester Data: Private Cloud Solutions Forecast, 2017 To 2022 (Global)

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    November 16, 2017Jennifer Adams, Lauren E. Nelson

    While public cloud's hypergrowth garners a lot of press, we expect continuing applications and opportunities for private cloud solutions. Private cloud can provide the speed to market and scalability of public cloud, yet with enhanced security through its various deployment options. In this forecast, we examine growth in four private cloud categories: 1) private cloud software suites; 2) private cloud platforms; 3) pre-integrated converged solutions and appliances; and 4) hosted private cloud.

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