Boris Evelson

Vice President, Principal Analyst serving Application Development & Delivery PROFESSIONALS

Boris serves the Application Development & Delivery role. He is a leading expert in business intelligence (BI) — a set of processes, methodologies, and technologies used to transform raw data into meaningful, useful, and action-oriented enterprise information. Boris delivers strategic guidance, helping enterprises define BI strategies, governance, and architectures and identify vendors and technologies that help them put information to use in business processes and end user experiences.

Boris' current research focuses on the practical and actionable best practices for building BI infrastructure and applications, such as BI business cases, architectural options, organizational structures, and vendor selection. Boris continues to explore emerging trends in next-generation BI, such as agile BI architecture and development approaches, in-memory analytics, advanced data visualization, convergence of structured data and unstructured content analytics, process-driven and operational BI, and many others.

Previous Work Experience

Boris has more than 30 years of experience with enterprise software and applications implementation, management consulting, and strategic advisory skills. Most recently, Boris was a managing partner at Textra, a boutique strategic advisory firm serving all IT constituents: users, vendors, and investors. Boris cofounded Textra after spending several years as a VP and a strategic technology advisor at JPMorgan/LabMorgan, where he led many successful internal BI initiatives, advising the bank's large enterprise software clients on enterprise adoption issues and product and marketing strategies. Prior to JPMorgan, Boris served as a senior manager of data warehousing and customer relationship management (CRM) practices at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Boris started his career at Citibank, where, among many other successful projects, he implemented the bank's first global credit risk data warehouse.

Education

Boris holds a degree in music education from Moscow Gnessin School Of Music, Russia.

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  • For Sourcing & Vendor Management Professionals

    Report:Applications Outsourcing Pricing Models: Beyond The Managed Outcome Engagement

    Pricing And Packaging Models Are Shifting — Slowly

    With IT investment focus shifting rapidly toward enabling front-office business results, interest in alternative pricing models for applications outsourcing engagements is on the rise. Though change...

    • Downloads: 351
  • For Sourcing & Vendor Management Professionals

    Report:The Forrester Wave™: North American Applications Outsourcing Services, Q1 2014

    Accenture And Cognizant Lead A Mature And Capable Supplier Set

    Amidst a panoply of potential threats, including insourcing pressures, rising costs, the growing threat of domestic US-based alternatives, and the potential impact of immigration reform, India-based...

    • Downloads: 573
  • For Sourcing & Vendor Management Professionals

    Report:Key Steps In Transitioning IT Services Engagements

    Outsourcing Transitions Are Becoming More Common — You Need To Prepare

    IT services customers are increasingly realizing that outsourcing engagements are not permanent, but are instead subject to economic, political, and relational pressures that may make them untenable...

    • Downloads: 247
  • For Sourcing & Vendor Management Professionals

    Report:Applications Outsourcing Customers Weigh In On Best Practices And Key Success Factors

    Forrester's Interviews With 68 Reference Customers Highlight Changes In A Rapidly Maturing Marketplace

    Although customers remain highly satisfied with their applications outsourcing (AO) suppliers, they still struggle with a common set of service provider delivery challenges. These include the ability...

    • Downloads: 259
  • For Sourcing & Vendor Management Professionals

    Report:The Forrester Wave™: EMEA Applications Outsourcing Services, Q1 2014

    IBM Leads A Mature And Capable Supplier Set

    Amidst a panoply of potential threats, including insourcing pressures, rising costs, the growing threat of domestic US-based alternatives, and the potential impact of immigration reform, India-based...

    • Downloads: 461
  • For Sourcing & Vendor Management Professionals

    Report:Consider Domestic Sourcing Alternatives For Systems Of Engagement

    Domestic Alternatives Gain Credibility In The Age Of The Customer

    Using offshore resources for delivery of business technology (BT) services has entered a new phase — one in which clients no longer assume that that should send "more" work offshore, but...

    • Downloads: 89
  • For Sourcing & Vendor Management Professionals

    Report:Navigating Domestic Sourcing Alternatives — A New Requirement In A Digital Age

    A Small But Essential Dimension Of Global Sourcing Emerges

    Budget pressures have spurred significant growth for offshore services during recent years, to the point where applications development and maintenance has become synonymous with "offshoring."...

    • Downloads: 109
  • For Sourcing & Vendor Management Professionals

    Report:Key Leverage Points In Applications Outsourcing Negotiations

    Use These Tactics To Improve Your Understanding Of Important Suppliers

    Sourcing and vendor management (SVM) professionals face a challenge when dealing with their applications outsourcing suppliers. On one hand, they are under pressure from CIOs and other executives to...

    • Downloads: 145
  • For Sourcing & Vendor Management Professionals

    Report:Sourcing Successfully Across Multiple Models

    A New Requirement In The Age Of The Customer

    The days of the monolithic, all-encompassing IT outsourcing megadeal are over. In the age of the customer, enterprises need to access new application services that address the full range of...

    • Downloads: 180