Neil Ward-Dutton has 15 years of industry experience - with many of those spent watching, thinking about and writing about trends in enterprise IT and their impact on real organisations.
Prior to founding Macehiter Ward-Dutton in February 2005, Neil spent just under 10 years playing a variety of analyst and consulting roles at the analyst firm Ovum - along the way writing around 15 published books. He started as a junior analyst focusing on the 4GL market in 1995, and by 2004 had moved to a leadership role across all the firm's technology-focused research programmes.
Neil started his career with a brief period as a business analyst at ICI, which was followed by a number of years working in a variety of companies as a software engineer (most of the time, as a Deloitte Consulting employee).
Neil's areas of technology expertise include application development, business integration, process management and application platforms, enterprise architecture and service oriented architecture (SOA). He has acted an advisor to leading IT vendors, including IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, BEA, Hewlett-Packard, SAP, and Borland; and to large IT user organisations in Media, Government, Transport, Financial Services, and Telecommunications. He's a regular industry commentator for both the European IT trade press, and business press. He is also an experienced conference speaker.
There are a total of 204 articles written by Neil Ward-Dutton, the listing has been split over 11 pages:
Published by: IT Analysis Communications Ltd.
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