Profile of Maribel Lopez
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As the principal and founder of Lopez Research, Maribel Lopez offers deep industry knowledge and expertise to provide research, analysis, and strategic insight to the communications industry. During the past two decades, she has observed, commented on, and engaged in the massive shifts in communications technologies. She has worked directly with the service-provider community as well as with equipment, device, and software vendors. Her perceptions are gained through direct industry involvement and interaction where she has an opportunity to listen and speak to the customers that are the ultimate beneficiaries of her clients’ technologies. Often-quoted for her industry insight, Maribel is a sought-after conference speaker and facilitator. Since founding Lopez Research, Maribel has been called upon to provide strategic analysis of global markets, undertaken message testing, analyzed product positioning, and helped companies to understand where they play in new markets--all for a marquis list of clients. Prior to founding her company, Maribel was a respected analyst for more than 10 years at Forrester Research, most recently as vice president of the tech industry strategies group, providing analysis on multiple topics such as network and service strategies, enterprise communications, and consumer markets for voice, video, and data. She also worked as an analyst for IDC and gained practical marketing and operations experience while at Motorola and Shiva Corp.
Articles by Maribel Lopez
Spurred by a combination of government incentives and aging technology, healthcare is entering an IT renaissance with mobile and cloud technologies at the center.
You might only need part of an app, or just one piece of data, on a mobile device to make a process better.
3 questions IT must answer to provide a better mobile experience for employees.
Driving engagement through apps is hard, and not every company needs to build one. But nearly every company will need an API that enables Web-based integration with other companies.
Too many businesses fret about this smartphone or that tablet. The real change will come from social, local, mobile, and games coming together on any of those devices.
HP's webOS vision represents a multi-device mobile world that integrates personal and professional communications.
IT organizations need to evaluate and adopt enterprise mobility management tools to take advantage of the consumerization of IT, while maintaining the security and reliability that businesses demand.