David W. Cearley
VP & Gartner Fellow
25 years at Gartner
36 years industry experience
Roles and Responsibilities
David Cearley is a Vice President and Gartner Fellow in Gartner Research and is a leading authority on information technology. As a member of Gartner Research, Mr. Cearley analyzes emerging and strategic business and technology trends and explores how these trends shape the way individuals and companies derive value from technology. As a member of the Enterprise Architecture & Technology Innovation research group, he focuses on cloud computing, emerging and strategic technology trends, and how enterprises establish technology innovation programs.
Areas of Coverage
- Emerging Trends & Technologies
David W. Cearley's Recent Gartner Activity
Research Presentation for 'Accelerate Your Journey to Innovation Excellence With a Customizable Innovation Framework'
Moss Adams Restructures Training and Operating Processes to Inspire Innovative Thinking and Leadership
With a Focus on Innovation, Southern Company Generates New Ideas and Products
The Gartner Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2017
19 June 2017
On-Demand & Upcoming Webinars
Mr. Cearley's expertise spans software architectures and standards, component software models, application design, the internet, business-IT alignment, and the IT services market. He has worked with a wide range of end-user and vendor organizations assisting in strategy creation, technology selection, implementation planning and organizational development. Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Cearley held various senior-level research positions at Meta Group. Before that, he was vice president of R&D for Revelation Technologies, served as program director at Gartner Group, and held various managerial/director-level positions at Innovative Software and Informix.
Informix, Director, Product Management, 8 years
Meta Group, Senior Vice President & Principal Analyst, 12 years
Revelation Technologies, Vice President, Research & Development, 2 years
B.S., Finance and Economics, Rockhurst University