Gartner, Inc. at a Glance

The Buzz

  • "Good for benchmarks."
  • "Viewed as a thought leader in many circles."
  • "Writers, no do-ers."
  • "Limited."

About Gartner, Inc.

One of the more recognizable names in the consulting world, Gartner is a firm whose reputation is built on its capabilities in technology research and benchmarking. While that research focus means that the overall firm is not considered a consulting shop, its consulting arm does leverage that research for clients, using it to provide actionable insights for firms seeking to improve their IT-related ROI.

The firm's clients are drawn from a number of sectors, including: banking, investment services and insurance; education; energy and utilities; government and public sector; healthcare provides; and high tech and telecom providers. The firm's services include: IT Cost Optimization; Identity and Access Management; IT Risk Management; IT Outsourcing; and Benchmarking.

According to Gartner's site, the firm serves 80 percent of the Fortune 500, and completes over 1,500 initiatives and 5,500 IT cost and performance benchmarks each year. Additionally, the average Gartner consultant has around 15 years of experience--with the firm having almost 1,500 consultants on its books in 2013, according to its annual report from that year.

Gartner, Inc.

56 Top Gallant Road
Stamford, CT 06904-7700
Phone: (203) 964-0096
Fax: (203) (203) 316-6488


  • Employer Type: Public
  • Stock Symbol: IT
  • Stock Exchange: NYSE
  • Chairman and CEO: Eugene A. Hall
  • 2016 Employees: 8,800

  • Major Departments & Practices
    Identity and Access Management
    IT Cost Optimization
    IT Outsourcing
    IT Risk Management

Major Office Locations

  • Stamford, CT (HQ)

    The firm serves clients in more than 85 countries worldwide

Key Financials

  • 2016 Revenue: $2,140 million