Jessica Groopman

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Jessica Groopman is Industry Analyst & Founding Partner at Kaleido Insights, a research and advisory firm analyzing the impacts of technology disruption on humans, businesses, and ecosystems. Jessica leads the automation practice, conducts research on product, service, and process automation using the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and blockchain, and specializes in user experience and data integrity. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Jessica works with innovative companies in retail, smart home, health, technology, agriculture and media to develop research, content and digital strategies.

Groopman is a regular speaker, moderator, and panelist at IoT industry events. She is also a frequent contributor to numerous 3rd party blogs and news/media outlets. Jessica has been principal analyst with Tractica where she contributed to their automation and robotics practice. She has also served as contributing member of the International IoT Council, the IEEE’s Internet of Things Group, IoT Guru Network, and FC Business Intelligence’s IoT Nexus Advisory Board. Jessica was also included in Onalytica’s list of the 100 Most Influential Thought Leaders in IoT.

Jessica has also served as research director and principal analyst with Harbor Research where she headed research and content strategy and assisted in leading Harbor’s Smart Systems Lab program. Prior, Jessica was an industry analyst with Altimeter Group, where she covered Internet of Things and contributed to research around other disruptive technological trends, such as real-time marketing, social media, and mobile commerce.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Jessica Groopman and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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