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Jan 24, 2008

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congrats...you mean Deloitte did not let you stay at Four Seasons -)

Great news for you, Phil. I look forward to catching up with you at Enterprise 2.0 in June.

Phil,

Congrats. AMR is a class act. Great research, great people, great culture. Also, hopefully you can work closely with Mickey North Rizza and begin to tackle procurement outsourcing coverage as well!

PS ... you'll still find yourself taking the beer when the occasion presents itself. Course of habit ...

You can take the boy out of the analyst firm, but you can't take the analyst out of the boy. ;->

Best of luck in the new gig. It was a coup for AMR to grab you.

Phil,

I echo Mark's comments here - there is a huge gap on the analyst side for people like you who have got real down-and-dirty experience of outsourcing. AMR must be very happy to have you onboard - it's going to be great seeing you back working for a great research firm. Gartner can't be pleased :)

J.

oh - and happy birthday you old fart

Congratulations Phil!

The market is better off for you having had experiences on multiple sides of the outsourcing equation (sourcing advisor, consultant, analyst). The work/life balance alone makes this decision an easy one, but when combined with AMR, I'm even more excited for you and the industry at large. Best of luck and happy birthday old man!

Mark

Good luck. I always enjoyed working with AMR Research when I wrote for Everest

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