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Barbara Hall - International Data Corporation (IDC). Toronto, ON, CA

Barbara Hall Barbara Hall

Associate Vice-President, Marketing & Operations | International Data Corporation (IDC)

Toronto, ON, CANADA

Customer-centric marketing & operations professional bringing market intelligence to the Cdn ICT market





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Barbara Hall is Associate Vice President of Marketing & Operations at IDC Canada. Her responsibilities include marketing, events, publishing and managing customer research information requests (Ask IDC). She is the chair for the product management steering committee and is a member of the Joint Health & Safety Committee. She is on the United Way Employee Committee and was the Campaign Chair from 2013-2016. Barbara is also responsible for employee training and knowledge management at IDC Canada.

Prior to assuming her operational and marketing management roles, Barbara was IDC Canada’s consulting and systems integration analyst.

Areas of Expertise (9)


Product Management



Social Media & Branding

Knowledge Mgmt

Event Coordination & Management

Website Content Development

Human Resources

Associated IDC Services (3)

  • IDC Canada Sales & Marketing Team
  • IDC Canada Publishing
  • Ask IDC Inquiry Desk


Education (2)

University of Waterloo: M.A.E.S, Local Economic Development 1994

Wilfrid Laurier University: B.A., Geography 1992

Languages (1)

  • English

Media Appearances (1)

Corel plunges into professional services

IT World  online


“It has to be related to their core applications, it can’t just be we’re going to do IT consulting (or) implement ERP solutions so it has to be a logical extension of what they already do. They’re going to find that there is some resistance in the marketplace not only from clients but partners,” said Barbara Hall, senior analyst, consulting & integration for IDC in Toronto. Read more: http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/corel-plunges-into-professional-services/25585#ixzz4hRH2gDnm or visit http://www.itworldcanada.com for more Canadian IT News

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