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As we enter the second half of 2013, we are very excited to share two key developments that will benefit your Analyst Relations programs for the rest of the year and beyond.
Gartner Magic Quadrant Enhancements for 2013: The most-popular, most-read Gartner research methodology produced by Gartner Research is the Magic Quadrant. The way that Gartner will enable you to interact with this time-tested methodology is about to change, based heavily on feedback from you and other clients. We’ve been listening closely about suggested feature changes in the interactive versions of the Magic Quadrant that will help all of you to: a) dial up or down the importance of evaluation criteria based on your specific interests, and b) visualize side-by-side comparisons of past and present views of the Magic Quadrant. To provide you with a full update on these important changes, we’ve interviewed Julie Thomas, MVP of Research Content Strategy.
Next Generation My Gartner Web Experience: In line with our portfolio development strategy of continuous improvement in your customer experience, we’re excited to provide you with an update on key changes in your Web experience when accessing gartner.com. Sharing the important updates in this strategy is Jim Dunlavey, VP of Product Development in our high-tech and telecom programs team. Jim’s interview will help you understand how these changes can enhance your access to Gartner Research and help you handle questions from your colleagues about these changes as well.
As always, let us know if you have any questions at email@example.com. We wish you much continued success with your Analyst Relations efforts for the remainder of 2013.
Gartner GVP, High-Tech Programs
Gartner AR Community Lead