Gartner Expert

Pete Basiliere

VP Analyst

Pete Basiliere provides research-based insights on 3D printing and digital-printing hardware, software and materials, best practices, go-to-market strategies and technology trends.

Mr. Basiliere's two Maverick research reports initiated Gartner's coverage of and popularized the term Generation AI, the people born after 2010 who will only know a world with artificial intelligence in their lives.The research broke new ground by proposing that the infusion of artificial intelligence into the world of Generation AI will produce dystopian results.

Before joining Gartner, Mr. Basiliere worked in roles that included Factory Operations Manager as well as Engineering Manager responsible for manufacturing equipment selection, plant layouts and new product development.

Visit his blog at http://blogs.gartner.com/pete-basiliere

Previous experience

Before joining Gartner, Mr. Basiliere worked in roles that included Operations Manager responsible for corporate printing and mail facilities, as well as Engineering Manager responsible for digital and analog printing equipment selection, plant layouts and new product development.

Professional background

Liberty Mutual Insurance Group

Operations Manager

InfoTrends

Senior Consultant - Document Outsourcing and On-Demand Printing

PEP Direct

Procurement, Customer Service and Operations Management Positions

Areas of coverage

Marketing Technology and Emerging Trends

Supply Chain Technology Strategy and Selection

Building and Expanding a Digital Business (retired)

Manufacturing Industries Digitalization

Cross-Industry Innovation and Disruption (retired)

Education

M.B.A., University of New Hampshire

B.A., Bates College

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Top Issues That I Help Clients Address

13D printing (additive manufacturing) technologies and market trends

23D printer (additive manufacturing), software, and workflow evaluation and selection

3High-volume production printing and mailing hardware and software purchases/contracts

4AI in manufacturing