Andrew   Bartels

Andrew Bartels

Vice President, Principal Analyst Serving CIO Professionals

CIO- Andrew Bartels primarily contributes to Forrester's offerings for the CIO. As an analyst, he is a leading expert on tech market trends and sizing, cloud and smart computing technologies, tech budget benchmarks and processes, and tech's impact on business operations. He also researches the growing customization of tech systems for industry-specific solutions for utilities, energy, government, education, and professional services sectors. He is a thought leader in buy-side technologies and business networks. Andy has been with Forrester for 15 years, starting with Giga Information Group which Forrester acquired in 2003.

Previous Work Experience

Andy has extensive experience in the technology market and in strategic planning, both as an analyst and a practitioner in the business world. Prior to joining Giga, Andy held a variety of vice president positions at American Express in the chairman's office, technologies, strategic planning, and re-engineering. Before joining American Express, Andy worked as an economist, writer, and editor for various organizations, including Shearson Lehman Brothers; the US House of Representatives' Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs; and the Council on Wage and Price Stability in the Executive Office of the President.

Education

Andy earned a B.A. in philosophy from Haverford College and a Ph.D. in history from Johns Hopkins University.

Andrew Bartels

Vice President, Principal Analyst Serving CIO Professionals

CIO- Andrew Bartels primarily contributes to Forrester's offerings for the CIO. As an analyst, he is a leading expert on tech market trends and sizing, cloud and smart computing technologies, tech budget benchmarks and processes, and tech's impact on business operations. He also researches the growing customization of tech systems for industry-specific solutions for utilities, energy, government, education, and professional services sectors. He is a thought leader in buy-side technologies and business networks. Andy has been with Forrester for 15 years, starting with Giga Information Group which Forrester acquired in 2003.

Previous Work Experience

Andy has extensive experience in the technology market and in strategic planning, both as an analyst and a practitioner in the business world. Prior to joining Giga, Andy held a variety of vice president positions at American Express in the chairman's office, technologies, strategic planning, and re-engineering. Before joining American Express, Andy worked as an economist, writer, and editor for various organizations, including Shearson Lehman Brothers; the US House of Representatives' Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs; and the Council on Wage and Price Stability in the Executive Office of the President.

Education

Andy earned a B.A. in philosophy from Haverford College and a Ph.D. in history from Johns Hopkins University.

Andrew Bartels's Research

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  • For CIO Professionals

    REPORT: 2018 US Tech Budget Outlook: Growth Will Accelerate To Almost 6%

    Sustained Economic Growth, Cloud, And Business Technology Will Drive Better Tech Growth In 2018

    December 13, 2017Andrew Bartels

    With US firms finalizing their 2018 tech budget plans, we provide our current forecast for the 2018 US tech market across multiple dimensions, including by tech category, for business technology (BT) versus back-office technology, and for new project spending versus tech MOOSE.

  • For CIO Professionals

    REPORT: The 2018 Outlook For US Industries And Their Tech Budgets

    Chemicals And Insurance Lead The Way; Government And Media And Entertainment Are Lagging

    December 13, 2017Andrew Bartels

    As CIOs and their business partners develop their tech budget plans based on their business' strategy and requirements, it can be useful to look at what other firms are doing, especially firms in their own industry. So, in this report, we provide our forecasts by industry and high-level tech budget benchmarks for tech spending as a percentage of revenues by industry. We also address each industry's tech spending by category and the split between business technology (BT) and back-office technology spending.

  • For Application Development & Delivery Professionals

    REPORT: The Business Applications Landscape 2017 To 2020: SaaS Disruption And Vendor Proliferation

    Landscape: The SaaS Transformation Playbook

    November 29, 2017 Paul D. Hamerman, Andrew Bartels

    The landscape of critical process applications ranges from customer-focused business technology (BT) applications to solutions for managing people, finances, operations, and products. As this $167 billion software market evolves, the pace of application replacements will accelerate as aging on-premises software moves to software-as-a-service (SaaS). This landscape report will help application development and delivery (AD&D) pros understand the breadth and proliferation of business process applications and the market's significant technology disruption. This is an update to a previously published report. Forrester regularly updates reports to ensure the data and content remain accurate.

  • For CIO Professionals

    REPORT: Vendor Landscape: B2B Business Networks, 2017 To 2018

    Leaders Exploit Scope And Scale, While Competitors Push Collaboration And Specialization

    November 15, 2017Andrew Bartels

    Business networks play a key role in the age of the (business) customer, underpinning B2B eCommerce; connecting buyers and suppliers to exchange purchase orders (POs), invoices, and supply chain documents; and providing venues for collaboration. CIOs and their business partners face more network options as differences blur between networks in terms of industry focus, direct versus indirect goods, and transaction visibility. But new specialization in networks makes the choice of which to use more challenging. This report helps decision makers find the right networks for their firms.

  • For CIO Professionals

    REPORT: Debunking The US Tech Talent Shortage

    Creative CIOs Will Find Or Develop The Tech Talent They Need

    October 12, 2017Andrew Bartels, Nate Meneer

    Studies and white papers routinely claim that the US is facing a tech talent gap. This claim resonates with many CIOs who have had their own challenges recruiting the right talent. But while competition for certain tech skills is tight, Forrester believes the situation is manageable. This report provides an overview of the tech labor market and provides CIOs with actionable strategies for mitigating their talent challenges.

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