Executive Edge From GartnerGroup Tops 50,000 Readers

Posted on June 15, 1999

Gartner Group, Inc. has announced that circulation of its Executive Edge magazine has surpassed 50,000 qualified readers. GartnerGroup research shows that executives will be responsible for making or influencing 60 percent of the information technology (IT) spending decisions by 2003. Executive Edge is produced bimonthly in a partnership between GartnerGroup and Forbes Special Interest Publications.

"Technology strategies are now corporate strategies," said William Clifford, president and CEO, GartnerGroup. "Each issue of Executive Edge discusses major technology trends that affect corporations and have a direct impact on the bottom line. The goal of this publication is to deliver the most strategic IT information that business executives need to remain competitive."

The current June/July issue examines how Sikorsky Aircraft is designing helicopters in real time; how a Consumer Financial Network is helping customers get the best insurance rates; and reviews two new e-business models. In addition, former Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Commissioner Steve Wallman talks about how technology is affecting SEC disclosure requirements.

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