18 years at Gartner
38 years industry experience
Roles and Responsibilities
Debra Curtis is a Research Vice President in the Office of the CIO team within the CIO Research Group. Delivering both strategic vision and practical advice, she focuses on IT service leadership best practices, bimodal IT and ITScore. She writes research and advises clients on defining business-focused IT services, business value statements and the IT service portfolio. She is often invited to speak at events globally and frequently advises executives in large and small enterprises, investors and vendors. Previously, Ms. Curtis was a Research Vice President in Gartner's IT operations management group, responsible for the research topics of network management, event management, business service management and IT service catalogs.
Areas of Coverage
- IT Management
Debra Curtis's Recent Gartner Activity
Achieve IT Service Excellence by Defining Accountabilities Across a Service Delivery Value Chain
Midsize Enterprise IT Organizational Design: 3 Models to Meet Discrete Enterprise Needs
Toolkit: Workshop for Applying Run-Grow-Transform to Plan IT Functions and Roles
Prior to joining Gartner, Ms. Curtis held product marketing and executive management positions at DeskTalk Systems and AXON Networks, both vendors specializing in network performance management. Ms. Curtis also spent 15 years at Digital Equipment, holding positions in product marketing, marketing planning, international marketing, software consulting and technical support.
AXON Networks, Director of Marketing, 3 years
DeskTalk Systems, Director of Product Marketing, 3 years
Digital Equipment Corp., Manager, Network Management Expertise Center, 15 years
B.S., Mathematics and Computer Science, University at Albany, New York, Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa