Company ProfileBy Mel Duvall | Posted 2002-12-01 Email Print
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Dossier: Gartner Inc. is to the technology analyst industry what IBM is to computer technology. It's a fitting comparison considering the company's origins.
56 Top Gallant Road
Stamford, CT 06904
Chairman, President, CEO
Joined in April 1993 from Bain Capital, where he was involved in a management buyout of Gartner. Served as CFO and became CEO in 1999. Assumed president's title in May 2001, chairman in October 2001.
Executive VP, Research and Advisory Services
Oversees company's research and advisory services business. Has held position since June 2001, and has been with company since August 2000. Prior to Gartner, Knapp was chief client officer at Siegelgale, a branding and e-services firm.
Senior VP, Research
Directs Gartner's global force of 650 analysts, and is responsible for company's research arm with $496 million in revenue in the 2002 fiscal year.
Provides market research and analysis to about 10,000 customers. Its business units are: Research (includes Dataquest), Consulting, Community (includes events), Measurement, and News.