TJ Keitt

Senior Analyst serving Customer Experience PROFESSIONALS

TJ serves Customer Experience Professionals. His research focuses on the business of collaboration software, which includes adoption, business models, pricing, and positioning, and how information workers affect the adoption and deployment of collaboration software within their business. His research of the collaboration space also deals with how these technologies are applied to facilitate interactions between companies — vendor to partner, vendor to supplier, vendor to customer — for purposes of marketing, product development, and innovation. In addition, TJ researches serious gaming, which is the use of games and gaming dynamics for business or educational purposes and the use of virtual worlds for collaboration and training. His work helps professionals understand the technology and demographic trends that are affecting the markets they serve and provides guidance on how best to position their products to meet these challenges. TJ has been cited in ComputerWorld and the Financial Times.

Previous Work Experience

Prior to joining Forrester, TJ was an analyst at a new product development firm, conducting voice of the customer and litigation-related market research for technology and other firms.

Education

TJ has a B.S. in public relations and an M.S. in applied communication research from Boston University.

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    Report:Marketing Strategy For The Mobile Mind Shift

    Vision: The Mobile Marketing Playbook

    Customers are in the midst of a mobile mind shift. They're not interested in your messaging and logos. They want utility, and they want it now. They expect any information or services they want in...

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    Report:Create Marketing Your Customers Can Use

    How To Infuse Marketing Programs With Usefulness

    Half of US online adults are always addressable, meaning that they personally use at least three Internet-connected devices and access the Web multiple times per day from multiple physical locations....

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