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Live Q&A for COVID-19 short-term and long-term impact on digital investments and strategies

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Apr 21, 2020 01:35 PM

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Kevin Prouty
Group Vice President, Energy and Manufacturing Insights @IDC
Kevin Prouty is Group Vice President for IDC Energy and Manufacturing Insights. He is responsible for managing a group of analysts that provide research-based advisory and consulting services that will enable energy executives in oil and gas and utilities to maximize the business value of their technology investments and minimize technology risk through accurate planning. Kevin's research specialties are Utilities, Manufacturing, Enterprise Applications, and Product Innovation research.
David Brousell
VP & ED, Manufacturing Leadership Council @NAM
David R. Brousell is an accomplished publishing and research executive with nearly 40 years of experience building loyal audiences through prestigious web and print publications, targeted research, and thought-leadership events and conferences. A professional journalist since 1975, Brousell currently serves as Vice President and Executive Director of the Manufacturing Leadership Council (MLC), a division of The National Association of Manufacturers. He oversees all content for MLC’s website, the Manufacturing Leadership Summit, the Manufacturing Leadership Journal, the Manufacturing Leadership Council, and the ML Awards program.
Jeffrey Hojlo
Program Director, Product Innovation Strategies @IDC
As Program Director, Product Innovation, Jeff Hojlo leads IDC research and analysis of the PLM and collaborative innovation market, including topics such as the development of an innovation platform and the intersection of product design, development, and digital manufacturing. Mr. Hojlo is also responsible for research on business and IT issues related to the engineering oriented value chain (EOVC), which includes automotive, aerospace & defense, industrial machinery, and heavy equipment manufacturers, as well as the technology oriented value chain (TOVC), which includes manufacturers in the electronics and semiconductor markets.