Hot Companies To Watch: Q4 Update
Profiles Of Emerging Companies And Technology Trends That Tech Vendors Need To Know About
December 19, 2008
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In this series, we highlight interesting new vendors and important technology trends. At Forrester, we've seen a strong interest in emerging technologies among our strategist clients as vendors seek to stay innovative and identify the "next big thing" in the technology marketplace. As with the first three documents in the series, this research describes several interesting companies in areas like application development, personalization, collaboration, and enterprise content management. Despite the diversity of the technologies covered, these companies share similarities in the way they are leveraging new technology trends to bring a more flexible, custom IT experience to their end users. For each company identified, we describe why Forrester thinks it will be noteworthy in 2008 and beyond.
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