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John Laherty

John is a Senior Research Analyst with a special focus on NelsonHall's market-leading Vendor Intelligence Program, covering Key Vendor Assessments and Quarterly Updates.

John has over 24 years' experience in Strategy and Strategic Marketing & Intelligence roles in the global IT Services/BPS industry across a number of sectors, including Financial Services, Public, Utility, Telco, Retail, Manufacturing and Transport.

John began his career in the Utility industry in the first U.K. Multi-Utility (United Utilities) in a strategy role. John then spent many years at Vertex as Head of Business Intelligence with responsibility for supporting global strategic deals, and managing a competitive intelligence team. John also had responsibility for global Advisor & Analyst relations whilst at Vertex.

More recently, John was a strategist at Hewlett-Packard (HP), responsible for the provision of strategic sales intelligence and consultancy on markets and competition for major IT services deals across Europe. During his tenure at HP, John supported winning bids with a TCV of more than $3bn. John has also headed up Advisor & Analyst relations across the U.K. for Tech Mahindra.

John holds an HNC in Marketing and is married to Hilary and has 2 daughters aged 11 and 5. Most of his spare time is spent on his daughters' hobbies of horse riding and competing. John's other main passion is Manchester United Football Club. He also likes going on long walks in the country with his pet Labrador.

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