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Crisp Research Strengthens Its Team with Cloud Analyst Rene Buest

With Rene Buest Crisp Research takes one of the most influential cloud experts on board.

Crisp Research, the cloud computing and digital business focused IT consulting and analyst firm, expands its team of analysts on February 1, 2014. With the addition of Rene Buest, most recently managing director and principal analyst of the IT management consultancy New Age Disruption, Crisp Research continues to expand its know-how and advisory services in cloud computing. With Rene Buest Crisp Research takes one of the most influential cloud experts on board.

Prior to joining Crisp Research, Rene Buest was managing director and principal analyst of the IT management consultancy New Age Disruption. "He is regarded as a renowned expert on the global cloud market, and is one of the most experienced cloud analysts in Germany," said Steve Janata, Managing Director of Crisp Research.

"In recent years Rene has not only demonstrated his strong market and technology understanding by his in-depth analysis and concise estimates, but also built a large readership on his blog and social media channels. We are delighted to continue to benefit from his expertise and reach," said Dr. Carlo Velten, Managing Director of Crisp Research. Through his long-standing commitment to the CloudCamps, his blog CloudUser and numerous international publications, Buest has played a crucial role in recent years to push the topic of cloud computing forward in Germany. Buest holds a diploma in computer engineering as well as a M.Sc. in IT-Management and Information Systems. At Crisp Research he fills the role of a senior analyst and will be responsible for the research of cloud computing and IT infrastructure topics.

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