Nucleus Research

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Nucleus Research
Industryinformation technology
Founded 📆2000
Founder 👔Ian Campbell
Headquarters 🏙️Boston, Massachusetts
Area served 🗺️
Number of employees
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Nucleus Research is an information service provider company is based in Boston and Miami.


The company was founded in 2000. In 2002, in one of its first high-profile ROI reports, Nucleus published research stating that 61% of organizations listed as reference customers on Siebel's Web site had not achieved a positive return on investment from their Siebel deployments,[1] creating news coverage of the topic and Nucleus's research approach.[2][3]

Starting in 2004, Nucleus Research presented the Technology ROI Awards.[4] [5][6]

The firm's analysts are regularly quoted in the national business press around the quarterly earnings and major news announcements from public technology companies like IBM,[6] Amazon,[7] Google[8] and Apple.[9]


  1. "Nucleus Evaluates the Real ROI from Siebel Reference Customers." ( Nucleus Research 2002-09-23. "Nucleus Research study also finds Siebel installations cost $18,000/user per year; Reference customers cite exorbitant license, consulting and maintenance costs as key ROI inhibitors."
  2. "Nucleus Research, Siebel Spat." ( DestinationCRM 2002-09-25.
  3. "Nucleus Research Value Matrix Series" (
  4. "ROI Awards" (
  5. "2019 ROI Awards Winners". (
  6. 6.0 6.1 "CNN Business Exclusive: 109 year-old IBM is planning to take on Amazon. Here's how". ( CNN Business, 2020-08-13.
  7. "Amazon is making gains with older consumers as more people turn to e-commerce during COVID-19". ( Marketwatch, 2020-07-31.
  8. "Cloud and COVID boost Amazon but ad swoon hits Alphabet and Facebook". ( SiliconANGLE, 2020-07-30.
  9. "Trump wants Apple to be 'building' 5G. Here's why that's unlikely". ( Business, 2019.11.21.

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