Distinguished VP Analyst
21 years at Gartner
33 years industry experience
Roles and Responsibilities
Frances Karamouzis is the Group Chief of Research for IT Leaders and GTP. She is also a Distinguished VP Analyst in Gartner's Research and Advisory Group focusing on Artificial Intelligence, Hyperautomation (inclusive of RPA and decision modelling) as well as the business and IT services to drive outcomes. Ms. Karamouzis is focused on research that addresses strategic planning, evaluations, business cases and service delivery capabilities, as well as disruptive trends. Ms. Karamouzis has appeared and/or contributed to reports showcased on 60 Minutes, CNN, CNBC, PBS, Business Week, Forbes and the Council for Foreign Relations. Ms. Karamouzis earned a bachelor's degree in International Business and Accounting from New York University. She has also completed her M.B.A. in Finance at New York University.
Frances Karamouzis's Recent Gartner Activity
The CIO’s Guide to RPA and Introduction to Hyperautomation
07 April 2020
The Reset: Reexamining AI Investment Strategies
26 May 2020
Drive Strategic Mandates for AI in the Enterprise
24 September 2020
On-Demand & Upcoming Webinars
Prior to joining Gartner, Ms. Karamouzis spent 11 years with a large multinational consulting firm, where she was involved in several service delivery areas, including strategy, process design, system integration, change management and knowledge management. In addition, she was a practice director for 2 years at a strategy consulting practice of a small niche consulting firm.
Andersen Consulting, Senior Manager, 11 years
SC Consulting, Practice Director, 2 years
Beyond her own published research for Gartner, she has appeared in or contributed to reports by "60 Minutes," CNN, CNBC, PBS, Business Week, Forbes and the Council on Foreign Relations.
She has provided research for Thomas Friedman's "The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century."
B.A., Dual Major: International Business and Accounting, New York University
M.B.A., Finance, New York University