W. Roy Schulte
VP Distinguished Analyst
26 years at Gartner
38 years IT industry
Stamford, CT USA
Roles and Responsibilities
W. Roy Schulte works on real-time analytics, event processing and decision management. He is co-author of the McGraw-Hill book, "Event Processing: Designing IT Systems for Agile Companies." Mr. Schulte was lead author of the 1996 report that introduced the term SOA to the industry, and initiated research into message brokers, event-driven architecture (EDA), business activity monitoring (BAM) and the zero-latency enterprise. He covers related issues, including operational intelligence, complex-event processing (CEP), real-time decision management and dashboards for situation awareness.
Areas of Coverage
- Business Intelligence
- Application Development & Integration
W. Roy Schulte's Recent Gartner Activity
Context Brokers for Smarter Business Decisions
Predicts 2015: A Step Change in the Industrialization of Advanced Analytics
Vendor Rating: Tibco Software
Gartner Business Intelligence & Information Management Summit
23 February 2015 - 24 February 2015
Gartner Business Intelligence & Analytics Summit
09 March 2015 - 10 March 2015
Gartner Business Process Management Summit
18 March 2015 - 19 March 2015
Upcoming Gartner Events
Before joining Gartner, Mr. Schulte was a product manager at Digital Equipment and managed competitive analysis at Data General. He previously served as system programmer, database administrator, application programmer and financial analyst at CIGNA Insurance, Evans Products, Lahey Clinic and MIT.
Data General Corp., Manager of Competitive Analysis, Manager of Market Development, 8 years
Digital Equipment Corp., Product Manager, 2 years
Lahey Clinic, Software System Programmer, DBA, Application Developer, 3 years
Co-authored the 1996 Gartner report that introduced the term "service-oriented architecture" (SOA) to the industry.
Coined the term "business activity monitoring" (BAM).
Originated research into the field of message brokers.
Wrote the first analyst reports on the enterprise service bus (ESB).
B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
M.S., MIT Sloan School of Management