Irma Fabular is a Research Director at Gartner. Ms. Fabular's research is focused on public sector technology and service providers. She supports a research agenda that includes market forecast and demand, growth opportunities, potential risks, competitive landscape, and emerging business and technology trends. This agenda enables product managers and other technology business leaders effectively plan, develop, innovate, deploy, and position solutions for the government and education market. It also helps accelerate implementation and adoption of digital business transformation in the public sector market.
Ms. Fabular has over 20 years of experience working at Gartner providing advisory and consulting services for government, education, and health clients. She has supported many client engagements focused on optimizing the contributions of information and technology solutions to organizational performance, transformation, and innovation.
Prior to Gartner, Ms. Fabular held IT leadership and operational management positions supporting law enforcement, fire and emergency medical services, healthcare, software product development, medical device manufacturing, and oceanographic research. In those positions, she designed, developed, implemented, and managed IT solutions for 911 emergency communications and dispatching; enterprise resource management; human resources and payroll; financial management; and patient care management.
City of San Diego and County of San Diego
Computer Sciences Corp. (now Perspecta)
Application Software Engineer
University of California, San Diego Health
Product Strategy and Launch for Tech CEOs
Product Messaging and Differentiation
Industry Strategy Execution
Industry Product Planning
Technology Market Essentials
M.S., Systems Management, University of Southern California, Viterbi School of Engineering
B.S., Business Administration, with an emphasis in Information Systems, San Diego State University
1Government Go-to-Market Strategies
2Market Sizing and Segmentation for Federal and State and Local Government
3Business and Technology Trends in Government
4Adoption Curve of Major Technologies and Industry-Specific Solutions
5Messaging and Positioning to Key Government Executives