Background

I spent 15 rewarding years being an influencer at Gartner and an International service provider. During this time I developed, honed and reinvented myself in terms of my industry insights that I offered to over 5,000 thousand clients worldwide. Among my achievements: I created new research areas (such as Gartner’s drone, geospatial and public safety technology areas), influenced industry stakeholders and redefined best practices for C-level suite executives. Performed managerial and business development roles for a global team. Hundreds of quotes in business and media outlets, including New York Times, Economist, Financial Times, Investors Business Daily and Wall Street Journal. Research Vice President and Maverick Recipient.

Important Facts

  • Advised over 7,000 clients worldwide
  • Invited to speak by Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi on mobility
  • Authored or co-Authored over 400 Gartner research notes
  • Gartner Industry Lead on Adoption of Emerging Technologies, Best Practices for IT Leaders, Drones, Geospatial and Government
  • Gartner Maverick Researcher Recipient
  • Advised Ministry of Presidential Affairs, UAE on mobile devices and apps
  • 800+ LinkedIn Followers

Strong Points of View

  • Technology is the focus of our daily lives and this creates either positive or negative influences on the users. Thus, user attitudes and experiences are always paramount considerations
  • Analytics and Big Data are the primary drivers for businesses to make decisions. Thus, third party as a service models will dominate the IT industry and beyond
  • Mobile Commerce and the mobile-app only application will eventually threaten extinction for many retail and pos websites
  • Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon will greatly influence the future of digital healthcare by offering new collaborations that include intuitive, personalized and remote healthcare devices and new treatment procedures

Three Posts I have Under Construction

  • Mobile commerce is no longer science fiction
  • What is Big Tech teaching us about healthcare?
  • Unmanned aerial systems as a service proliferate as long as they collect and analyze big data.

Additional Agenda Items for the Next Year

Available For:

  • Speaking engagements
  • Webinars and Fireside Chats
  • Private Questions
  • Other

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