Gene Leganza

Vice President, Principal Analyst serving Enterprise Architecture PROFESSIONALS

Gene provides research and advisory services that address the needs of Enterprise Architecture Professionals. His research focuses on information strategy and architecture with a particular concentration on the data economy and its impact on business processes, organizational structures, and technology strategy. He also provides research on data service providers as partners in improving information capabilities.

Previous Work Experience

Gene has more than 30 years of IT experience, including enterprise architecture planning, infrastructure architecture, IT management, performance management, capacity planning, product strategy, and application development. Gene came to Forrester through its acquisition of Giga Information Group. Prior to joining Giga, he was director of infrastructure architecture and capacity planning at John Hancock Financial Services in Boston. Previously, he held senior IT positions at First Data Corporation and Fidelity Investments and development and marketing management positions at leading software firms.

He has published dozens of papers on various topics and has spoken at a variety of conferences in the US and abroad.

Education

Gene earned a B.A. in psychology and music from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut.

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  • Gene Leganza
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  • For Enterprise Architecture Professionals

    Report:Brief: The Wrong Way And The Right Way To Transform EA

    Inside-Out Plans Lead To Frustration And Failure

    Enterprise architecture (EA) leaders often look at their program and realize that it's not working the way they hoped. Perhaps they have been relegated to a policing role or a checklist item. Or they...

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  • For Enterprise Architecture Professionals

    Report:Big Data Architectures Force An Overhaul Of Roles And Responsibilities

    Moving Data Prep To The Edges Provides The Scalability We've Been Missing

    Business intelligence (BI) and analytics investments are not sustaining expected returns, but business decision-makers can expect evolving data management and analytics technology, married to...