Since 1989 the Datamonitor Group has experienced impressive growth, both organically and through acquisitions, and is now a world leader in the business intelligence sector.
Use our interactive timeline to navigate your way through some of the key moments in Datamonitor's history.
Datamonitor is founded by Mike Danson in London and begins operating in the United Kingdom.
The first ever published report covered the topic of the UK Frozen Food industry.
Datamonitor expands into the United States with the opening of its New York office.
Datamonitor’s primary website www.datamonitor.com is launched.
Rebranding takes place with the help of branding consultancy Interbrand, resulting in a new visual identity and new core values.
Datamonitor begins marketing and distributing its products and services over the Internet via its primary website Datamonitor.com.
Datamonitor opens an office in Frankfurt, Germany.
Datamonitor opens an Asia Pacific office in Hong Kong.
Datamonitor acquires ComputerWire.
Datamonitor opens an office in Tokyo, Japan.
Datamonitor opens a second US office in San Francisco, USA.
Datamonitor acquires Butler Research Group Limited.
Datamonitor acquires Verdict Research Limited.
Datamonitor launches Knowledge Centers, a new delivery platform for subscribers.
Datamonitor opens a new office and research complex in Hyderabad, India.
Datamonitor acquires Ovum
Datamonitor acquires Life Science Analytics (MedTRACK).
Datamonitor opens a new office in Chicago, USA.
Datamonitor is acquired by Informa plc.
Datamonitor opens an office in Dubai, UAE.
Mark Meek takes over as the Datamonitor Group CEO.
Datamonitor launches a significant update of its Knowledge Center service.
Datamonitor launches its new ecommerce platform the Research Store.
Datamonitor moves in to new London headquarters at 119 Farringdon Road.
The Ovum IT, Datamonitor Technology and Butler Group research offerings are integrated into the Ovum brand.