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About Miriam


+11 years experience

Miriam Deasy is a senior analyst in Ovum's IT Services team. She focuses on application services for large enterprises, automation, and business process outsourcing. Her key areas of expertise include IT services evaluation, industry analysis, forecasts, and market sizing.
Miriam also has considerable experience in systems implementation, systems integration, business analysis, technical analysis, consultancy, and strategic marketing.

Prior to joining Ovum in 2016, Miriam worked at EDS (now HP), Amdocs and NATS. She holds a Bachelor of Business and Legal Studies from University College Dublin, Ireland.


Analyst Articles

Articles by Miriam

  • Enterprise Service Provider, Enterprise Decision-Maker

    Accenture bolsters automation capability with Genfour acquisition

    By Miriam Deasy 18 Apr 2017

    Accenture announced the acquisition of UK-based Genfour, a pure-play automation service provider, on April 3, for an undisclosed sum. As a cross-platform systems integrator and deployment specialist of robotic process automation (RPA) and intelligent automation technologies, Genfour has experience in assessing, implementing, and managing automation solutions. This will strengthen Accenture's growing automation practice as customer demand continues to increase.

  • Enterprise Vendor, Enterprise Decision-Maker

    Amdocs offers end-to-end, "one size fits all" capabilities for 5G and IoT

    By Miriam Deasy 18 Jul 2016

    Amdocs gathered industry analysts in London for its EMEA Conference to share plans for supporting customers moving into 5G digital network services and embracing the Internet of Things (IoT).