Andrew Waetzig

Andrew Waetzig

Former Analyst

Biography

As an analyst for 451 Research's Quantitative Services group, Andrew Waetzig assists in the development and maintenance of the company's Market Monitor product line, which provides market sizing, share and growth forecasts for emerging enterprise technology markets.

Andrew joined the Quantitative Services group in 2015. Prior to joining the Quantitative Services team, Andrew worked with the company's M&A team on a range of products.

Andrew holds a B.S. in Finance and Economics from Linfield College.


Recent Research from Andrew Waetzig

  • Hosting, Cloud & Managed Services Market Monitor

    451 Research's Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor service leverages our deep knowledge of and relationships within the cloud hosting & cloud managed services market, resulting in a proprietary forecast based primarily on a bottom-up analysis of 1,500+ providers' current revenue and growth expectations by segment through 2023.

    The world of IT procurement and operations has changed. More providers are offering broader portfolios of managed and unmanaged services and hosted applications and platforms, and most, if not all, infrastructure providers have absorbed some of the practical implications of cloud computing into their operations, fundamentally altering the mode of service delivery. The Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor was developed to more accurately track and forecast this evolving market.

    451 Research has updated its quantitative market-sizing instruments within the cloud and service-provider markets to make them more flexible and modular, and to allow for more granular analysis of specific segments and sub-segments of this market. The 451 Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor will enable custom analysis of provider participation by individual segment (as presented to the right), geographic region and country.

    Cloud Transformation Managed Services & Hosting

  • Hosting, Cloud & Managed Services Market Monitor - Data File

    451 Research's Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor service leverages our deep knowledge of and relationships within the cloud hosting & cloud managed services market, resulting in a proprietary forecast based primarily on a bottom-up analysis of 1,500+ providers' current revenue and growth expectations by segment through 2023.

    The world of IT procurement and operations has changed. More providers are offering broader portfolios of managed and unmanaged services and hosted applications and platforms, and most, if not all, infrastructure providers have absorbed some of the practical implications of cloud computing into their operations, fundamentally altering the mode of service delivery. The Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor was developed to more accurately track and forecast this evolving market.

    451 Research has updated its quantitative market-sizing instruments within the cloud and service-provider markets to make them more flexible and modular, and to allow for more granular analysis of specific segments and sub-segments of this market. The 451 Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor will enable custom analysis of provider participation by individual segment (as presented to the right), geographic region and country.

    Cloud Transformation Managed Services & Hosting

  • Hosting, Cloud & Managed Services

    451 Research's Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor service leverages our deep knowledge of and relationships within the cloud hosting & cloud managed services market, resulting in a proprietary forecast based primarily on a bottom-up analysis of 1,500+ providers' current revenue and growth expectations by segment through 2023.

    The world of IT procurement and operations has changed. More providers are offering broader portfolios of managed and unmanaged services and hosted applications and platforms, and most, if not all, infrastructure providers have absorbed some of the practical implications of cloud computing into their operations, fundamentally altering the mode of service delivery. The Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor was developed to more accurately track and forecast this evolving market.

    451 Research has updated its quantitative market-sizing instruments within the cloud and service-provider markets to make them more flexible and modular, and to allow for more granular analysis of specific segments and sub-segments of this market. The 451 Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor will enable custom analysis of provider participation by individual segment (as presented to the right), geographic region and country.

    Cloud Transformation Managed Services & Hosting

  • Hosting, Cloud & Managed Services Data File

    The Hosting, Cloud and Managed Services Data File contains the most recently updated dataset for the Market Monitor Hosting, Cloud and Managed Services product, which infrastructure hosting, application hosting and managed services. The scope of the analysis is limited to revenue generated by a service provider leasing IT infrastructure (not datacenter space/colo) to customers, in any configuration (dedicated, IaaS, managed), and housed in a datacenter controlled by the service provider. This includes hosting an application for the customer or providing managed services either in conjunction with infrastructure or application hosting activities or on a stand-alone basis. The focus is on the sale and consumption of IT infrastructure as a good or commodity in whatever form it is adopted.

    Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor service leverages our deep knowledge of and relationships within the cloud hosting & cloud managed services market, resulting in a proprietary forecast based primarily on a bottom-up analysis of 1,450+ providers' current revenue and growth expectations by segment through 2021. The world of IT procurement and operations has changed. More providers are offering broader portfolios of managed and unmanaged services and hosted applications and platforms, and most, if not all, infrastructure providers have absorbed some of the practical implications of cloud computing into their operations, fundamentally altering the mode of service delivery. The Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor was developed to more accurately track and forecast this evolving market.

    Cloud Transformation Managed Services & Hosting

  • Hosting, Cloud & Managed Services

    451 Research's Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor service leverages our deep knowledge of and relationships within the cloud hosting & cloud managed services market, resulting in a proprietary forecast based primarily on a bottom-up analysis of 1,500+ providers' current revenue and growth expectations by segment through 2023.

    The world of IT procurement and operations has changed. More providers are offering broader portfolios of managed and unmanaged services and hosted applications and platforms, and most, if not all, infrastructure providers have absorbed some of the practical implications of cloud computing into their operations, fundamentally altering the mode of service delivery. The Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor was developed to more accurately track and forecast this evolving market.

    451 Research has updated its quantitative market-sizing instruments within the cloud and service-provider markets to make them more flexible and modular, and to allow for more granular analysis of specific segments and sub-segments of this market. The 451 Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor will enable custom analysis of provider participation by individual segment, geographic region and country.

    Cloud Transformation Managed Services & Hosting

  • Hosting, Cloud & Managed Services Data File

    The Hosting, Cloud and Managed Services Data File contains the most recently updated dataset for the Market Monitor Hosting, Cloud and Managed Services product, which infrastructure hosting, application hosting and managed services. The scope of the analysis is limited to revenue generated by a service provider leasing IT infrastructure (not datacenter space/colo) to customers, in any configuration (dedicated, IaaS, managed), and housed in a datacenter controlled by the service provider. This includes hosting an application for the customer or providing managed services either in conjunction with infrastructure or application hosting activities or on a stand-alone basis. The focus is on the sale and consumption of IT infrastructure as a good or commodity in whatever form it is adopted.

    Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor service leverages our deep knowledge of and relationships within the cloud hosting & cloud managed services market, resulting in a proprietary forecast based primarily on a bottom-up analysis of 1,450+ providers' current revenue and growth expectations by segment through 2021. The world of IT procurement and operations has changed. More providers are offering broader portfolios of managed and unmanaged services and hosted applications and platforms, and most, if not all, infrastructure providers have absorbed some of the practical implications of cloud computing into their operations, fundamentally altering the mode of service delivery. The Hosting & Cloud Managed Services Market Monitor was developed to more accurately track and forecast this evolving market.

    Cloud Transformation Managed Services & Hosting

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