Analyst Profile
Craig Roth
Craig Roth
Managing VP
Chicago, IL USA
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Years of Experience
8 years at Gartner
29 years IT industry
Areas of Coverage
Application Development & Integration

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Roles and Responsibilities
Craig Roth is a vice president and service director for Gartner Research, in the Gartner for Technical Professionals group (formerly Burton Group). Mr. Roth covers a wide range of knowledge and Web-related topics at the intersection of collaboration, content management, and communication. Technologies covered include enterprise portals, Microsoft SharePoint, and attention management (information overload). He also covers executive issues around these topics, specializing in governance, service delivery, and business cases.
Previous Experience
Mr. Roth is a 25-year IT veteran. Prior to joining Gartner, he performed duties as an IT analyst advising Global 2000 companies and held coding and management positions for executive information systems, call center systems, and advanced technology projects at a Fortune 500 financial services firm. Mr. Roth also founded a small software company whose products were distributed with Electronic Arts.
Professional Background
Burton Group, Vice President and Service Director, 4 years
Meta Group, Research Vice President, 9 years
Discover Card, Manager, 8 years
Industry Awards/Accolades
Mr. Roth was rated as a top 10 expert in portals and Web services by an independent analyst rating firm.
His blog was listed as a Top 100 Analyst Blog by Technobabble.
M.B.A., Economics and Marketing, University of Chicago (Booth School of Business)
B.S., Business, Indiana University

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Solution Path for SharePoint 07-Aug-2014 Craig Roth
Mobile Productivity Framework 07-Jan-2014 Craig Roth
Eight Governance Patterns for SharePoint, Intranets and Portals That Can Jump-Start Governance Efforts 16-May-2013 Craig Roth
Decision Point for Communicating, Collaborating, and Managing Content: Which Tool Is Appropriate and When? 10-Jul-2012 Craig Roth
Communication, Collaboration, Content, and Social Model 10-Jul-2012 Craig Roth, Ken Agress, Larry Cannell, Mark Cortner, Guy Creese, Bill Pray, Darin Stewart