|Bid||0.00 x 900|
|Ask||0.00 x 1800|
|Day's Range||141.91 - 144.02|
|52 Week Range||111.57 - 161.21|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.63|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||91.25|
|Earnings Date||Feb 4, 2019 - Feb 8, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||144.50|
Ellenbogen, manager of the T. Rowe Price New Horizons fund and a noted investor in private tech start-ups, will be succeeded by Josh Spencer
CFOs seeking to bolster their organizations’ recession preparedness should start by assessing their deal pipelines, testing the speed of their team’s financial analysis and ensuring their balance sheets can support countercyclical investments, according to Gartner, Inc. The Gartner report titled, “Recession Watch 2019: Corporate Recession Readiness in 9 Charts,” shows that while the largest organizations are well-capitalized for the next downturn, many small and midsized companies have become overleveraged, setting the stage for potential “fire sales” on future assets. “Significant ongoing policy uncertainty has distorted many traditional indicators of an oncoming recession, such as the yield curve,” said Tim Raiswell, research vice president at Gartner.
NEW YORK, Feb. 14, 2019 -- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Fundamental Markets released its latest key findings for all current investors,.
Emerging digital trends are top of mind for customer service and support leaders in 2019, according to a recent survey by Gartner, Inc. Customer-facing artificial intelligence (AI), big data, customer activism and rising CRM costs are key priorities for customer service and support leaders this year.
Smartphones that can manage fingerprints and face scans are expected to become the central device that allows companies to use biometric systems to help control who can access corporate systems. Biometric technology is more secure than traditional forms of authentication, such as usernames and passwords, And phones, already ubiquitous, are less expensive than hardware tokens that transmit unique codes to verify identity.
A transition away from legacy products caused the research and advisory specialist to fall short this quarter. Here's what investors need to know.
Shares of Gartner Inc. tumbled 7% in morning trade, after the research and advisory company reported fourth-quarter earnings and revenue that missed expectations. The selloff put the stock on track for the biggest one-day drop in two years. BMO Capital analyst Jeffrey Silber said the earnings miss was mostly margin driven, resulting from higher selling, general and administrative expenses. Gartner had also provided 2019 adjusted EPS guidance of $3.82 to $4.19, below the FactSet consensus of $4.22, and revenue guidance of $4.22 billion to $4.32 billion, below expectations of $4.34 billion. The stock has lost 5.3% over the past three months, while the S&P 500 has eased 0.2%.
The Stamford, Connecticut-based company said it had net income of 92 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were $1.20 per share. The results did not meet Wall Street expectations. ...
On Tuesday, Feb. 5, Gartner (NYSE: IT ) will release its latest earnings report. Decipher the announcement with Benzinga's help. Earnings and Revenue Wall Street analysts see Gartner reporting earnings ...
Companies based in Europe are adopting artificial intelligence in a distinctly European way that emphasizes privacy and limits risk. Longstanding cultural norms and traditions make Europe less hospitable to the collection, analysis and sharing of personal data. Regional values were emphasized last May when the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation went into effect.
Gartner's (IT) fourth-quarter 2018 results are likely to reflect strength across each of the three business segments - Research, Consulting and Events.
Executives responsible for cybersecurity have been trying to determine the right amount to spend on tools, services and staff. Inc. finds that in 2018, companies spent an average of 6% of their total technology budget on cybersecurity. The question of how much to spend on cybersecurity vexes corporate executives and company board members.
If the product is the Transportation Management System (TMS), the answer is yes. According to De Muynick, worldwide demand for TMS' services is growing by about 12 percent a year, and shows no signs of let-up. Others have stopped relying on their TMS because it doesn't seem to be delivering bang for the buck, not recognizing that they may have not updated their systems to keep up with changes such as the impact of acquisitions and integrations, De Muynick told the SMC3 winter meeting in Atlanta today.
Gartner (IT) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
IT spending last year was projected to total $3.7 trillion, up 4.5% over 2017, as more firms began to invest in emerging digital tools, like blockchain, Internet of Things and artificial intelligence, Gartner said. Driven by cloud-based software subscriptions, spending on enterprise software is projected to grow 8.5% this year, compared with 9.3% in 2018, to a world-wide total of $431 billion, Gartner said in a report Monday.
Seeking a bigger stake in the cloud market, Google is now taking these and other in-house AI capabilities, “packaging it up and making it easy for our customers to use,” Mr. Stevens said. Last year, real-estate company Keller Williams turned to Google’s cloud unit to develop a tool that would allow its staff to quickly create online property listings. Keller Williams, using Google’s computer vision capabilities, built an AI-powered application capable of identifying a home’s architecture, design and other features from a walk-through video.