Sr Director Analyst
5 years at Gartner
25 years industry experience
Roles and Responsibilities
Joachim Herschmann covers Application Development Strategies for Digital Business. Mr. Herschmann's primary focus is the adoption of modern software development practices, including agile development and DevOps. He is particularly interested in integrated development and test approaches, continuous testing, and performance engineering best practices. His coverage includes how organizations can adopt quality best practices that provide increased value to the business across all phases of the software development life cycle. He also provides guidance for enabling the Bimodal Enterprise With DevOps Practices and advises on the impact that emerging and disruptive trends such as AI, IoT, and DevOps have on business and IT. He provides guidance to senior IT management as well as to IT professionals, and he also works with software and service providers to develop product strategies and positioning guidance.
Joachim Herschmann's Recent Gartner Activity
Mr. Herschmann has more than 23 years of experience in IT, spending time as a developer, consultant and product manager. He has extensive experience and expertise in the software development and testing disciplines, and he has been a frequent speaker and instructor on these topics for more than a decade. Prior to joining Gartner, he worked at Micro Focus, where he was globally responsible for the company's automated testing offerings. Previously at Borland, he managed a global team of product managers and marketers and was responsible for the company's Life Cycle Quality Management suite of products. Earlier in his career, he was a technical sales engineer and consultant for software testing and quality assurance. He was also a consultant specializing in the implementation, testing and launching of large-scale website projects.
Borland, Director of Product Management, 3 years
Micro Focus, Product Director, 3 years
Segue, Technical Sales Engineer/Consultant, 3 years
Master's degree, Computer Science, University Erlangen-NÃÂÃÂ¼rnberg, Germany