Prachi Nema

Prachi Nema

Prachi works within the technology, media, and telecom division of IHS Markit and specializes in enterprise communications and collaboration technologies, including video conferencing, VoIP, and unified communications. She joined IHS Markit in 2016, bringing over 15 years of telecom industry experience and expertise in service provider strategies, next-generation technologies, and fixed/mobile convergence. Prachi has authored numerous market share and forecast reports, white papers, and service provider and end-user studies on a range of topics across the telecommunications market.

Prior to joining IHS Markit, Prachi worked as a software engineer and telecom analyst with various boutique research firms, most recently with GSMA, where she was responsible for researching strategies for increasing youth employment opportunities through mobile technologies and services. 

Prachi holds an engineering degree in Electronics and Telecommunications from SGSITS, India, and an MBA from Henley Business School, UK. Prachi is fluent in English and Hindi, and based in London, UK.


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Enterprise Routers Market Tracker - Q1 2020

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Enterprise & IT Mobile & Telecom
Collaborative Meeting Services Market Tracker - Update H1 2020

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Enterprise & IT Mobile & Telecom
COVID-19: Ushering in a new era for videoconferencing and collaboration

COVID-19 has caught governments in many countries—let alone enterprises, SMBs, and startups—unguarded. Business continuity planning, which is usually in place within enterprises, educational and financial institutions, and public sector organizations, is proving inadequate in the face of COVID-19. As the virus continues its unabated spread, organizations have closed their offices, schools have shut down, and event organizers have postponed key events and gatherings. It is in these unprecedented times that videoconferencing is emerging as a must-have technology, facilitating rich face-to-face interaction from anywhere, at any time, and on any device. The universal access that these services provide from any computer or smartphone is proving to be a game changer and is already driving significant growth in videoconferencing usage. Clients, please log in to view the full content.

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