Don Tait

Don Tait

Don Tait brings over fifteen years of market research experience to his role as principal analyst within the IHS Technology group. He specializes in the areas of smart cards, payment and banking cards, NFC, and contactless credentials.  Don has presented findings from his reports at many events across the world. He has also written a number of feature articles for leading journals and publications.

Before joining IHS, he served as a Telecoms Research Analyst with Frost & Sullivan and was responsible for the firm's broadband services subscription. Prior to Frost & Sullivan, Don was a Marketing Consultant with Marketing Research for Industry Ltd, for which he wrote industrial, healthcare and telecommunication reports.  

Don Holds a BA (Hons) in Business Studies from Edinburgh Napier University. He is based in the company's Wellingborough, UK office.


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Blockchain in Finance Report - 2019

This report examines the global market for blockchain in the financial sector. It provides a current snapshot of this market and examines the factors that are projected to hinder or drive growth of the blockchain market from 2017 to 2030.

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Public Safety IoT Market Brief - 2019

This first edition study provides detailed industry analysis and forecasts (2018-2023) on the global public safety market for LTE devices, biometric devices and body worn cameras, which can be connected to the internet to improve public safety operations. IHS Markit developed this report using a variety of sources, the core of which was composed of primary research interviews.

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Blockchain Vertical Opportunities Report - 2018

This report provides a current snapshot of this market and examines the factors that are projected to hinder or drive growth of the blockchain market from 2017 to 2030. The report includes detailed coverage of 11 vertical sectors examining the different opportunities and challenges for blockchain in each.

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