Do You Want to Be An Analyst?

April 22, 2008 at 3:11 pm | Posted in Analyst biz | Leave a comment

I wanted to alert readers to an opening for an analyst on my team here at Burton Group in the Collaboration and Content Strategies service!  I’m open on location, but it does have to be in the U.S. (Alaska and Hawaii are fine as long as you’ll pay for us to visit you for team retreats!).  I enjoy working at Burton and you’d be joining a great team we’ve assembled here.  Let me know if you have any questions (my contact info is in the About page).

You can see the full posting on the Careers portion of the Burton Group website, but here’s a quick summary.

Analyst – CCS

The CCS Analyst is responsible for creating frameworks, research documents, presentations, and blog posts for Burton Group’s clientele. The Analyst will work with customers, vendors, industry leaders, and other Burton Group analysts.


  • At least five years experience researching, writing and presenting in one or more of the following areas:
    • Architecture involving communication, collaboration, content management, or portal systems (including enterprise, logical, and/or physical architecture)
    • Collaboration and content management capabilities of major vendor platforms including Oracle, SAP, IBM Lotus Notes/Domino, Microsoft SharePoint
    • Enterprise content management (including document and imaging management, records management, search, web content management)
    • Enterprise e-mail systems
    • Information architecture (including taxonomies and ontologies)
    • Real-time communications (including instant messaging, presence, Web conferencing)
    • Office productivity tools including document formats (e.g., XML, PDF)

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