Stephen Powers

Vice President, Research Director serving Application Development & Delivery PROFESSIONALS

Stephen serves Application Development & Delivery Professionals. He is a leading expert on technologies to support online customer experiences, including web content management, digital asset management, and personalization. Stephen helps Forrester clients create customer experience management technology strategies to support contextual, multichannel experiences and realize production efficiencies.

Previous Work Experience

Stephen came to Forrester with many years of experience in IT management and application development. Most recently, Stephen served as vice president and general manager of a software startup in Cambridge, Mass., managing client engagements in the areas of customer resource management (CRM), asset management, and supply chain management. Prior to that, he spent eight years at ZDNET (later CNET), where he led IT groups responsible for enterprise content management, web content management, eCommerce, search applications, and data warehousing.

Education

Stephen earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Villanova University and an M.B.A. from Babson College.

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    Report:The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Content Management Suites, Q4 2009

    Traditional Players Continue To Lead, While Microsoft Makes Inroads

    In Forrester's 70-criteria evaluation of eight enterprise content management (ECM) suite vendors, we found that IBM, Oracle, EMC, and Open Text lead due to breadth and depth of functionality and a...

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  • For Application Development & Delivery Professionals

    Report:The Forrester Wave™: Web Content Management For Online Customer Experience, Q3 2011

    SDL And Adobe Lead The Way To Customer Experience Management (CXM)

    The web content management (WCM) market is in transition. Functionality to enable publishing to the Web — whether internally or externally — has become commoditized. Yet now, the WCM...

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