[ANALYST FIRM NEWS] Constellation goes green

Just got this press release from Ray Wang -yes, even the most SocMed analyst does press releases…

Press Release: Industry Analyst Pioneer Adrian Bowles Adds Sustainability Coverage For Constellation Research

01.18.2011 @ 9:00am posted by R “Ray” Wang

Westport, Connecticut – January 18, 2011
12:00 PM (GMT -5:00) Eastern Standard Time

Constellation Research Inc, a next generation research analyst and advisory firm helping clients navigate emerging and disruptive technologies, announced today that Adrian Bowles has joined as a Vice-President & Principal Analyst. Bowles will focus on technologies and practices that support sustainable business growth.

Adrian brings decades of both practitioner and industry analyst experience. Previously, he directed the Governance, Risk Management & Compliance Roundtable for the Object Management Group, founded the IT Compliance Institute and Atelier Research, and held executive R&D management positions at Giga Information Group, New Science Associates, and Yourdon, Inc. Bowles has also held academic appointments in business and computer science at Boston College, NYU, Drexel University and SUNY-Binghamton. He began his career with research and application development roles at IBM and GTE Laboratories. Adrian is also the founder and President of Sustainable Insights Group (SIG411).

Adrian will expand Constellation’s coverage to include:

  • Pragmatic models of enterprise energy and carbon management
  • Corporate social responsibility (CSR)
  • Governance, risk, and compliance (GRC)
  • Sustainability best practices
  • Clean technologies

“I’m excited to join a great team and collaborate with thought-leaders in areas such as social business, government, supply chain, and mobility. Joining Constellation opens up so many creative opportunities, I can’t wait to get started.” said Adrian Bowles.

“Corporate social responsibility has moved from trend to board room priority. Our clients seek pragmatic solutions to solving the sustainability challenges that lie ahead whether it be energy or carbon management” stated R “Ray” Wang, Principal Analyst and CEO.

Adrian’s been a force in the technology industry analyst community. His original firm, Atelier Research, was acquired by Gideon Gartner in 1995 at the inception of Giga Information Group. Adrian’s multi-disciplinary approach complements Constellation’s collaborative research culture.

Please join us in welcoming, Adrian Bowles to the Constellation Research family!

Blog: http://sig411.com/
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/ajbowles
Geo: Westport, Connecticut, USA

About Constellation Research, Inc.
Constellation Research is a leading research analyst and advisory firm guiding organizations and their leaders through the hype and buzz of the latest disruptive technologies. Constellation takes a holistic approach touching board members, marketing, technology, operations, human resource, and finance executives.

The firm’s analysts deliver pragmatic, creative, and disruptive research focused on business value, profitability, and market differentiation. Research analysts bring real world experience, independence, and objectivity to our clients. Most analysts bring over 2 decades of hands-on experience in working with senior leaders in enterprise organizations.

Constellation serves the needs of buyers and end users who seek insight, guidance, and advice in dealing with a dizzying array of disruptive business models and technologies. The firm provide the bridge between legacy optimization and future innovation. Constellation also advises sellers from both the buyer‚s point of view and how to deliver value to their customers.

Constellation builds partnerships with its clients. The client and their organization‚s success is Constellation’s only mission.

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