Craig leads the Celent team in its quest to generate insights and make sense of the emerging technology landscape for its clients.
He has been a management consultant and analyst for over 27 years, with the majority of his experience coming from various positions within the insurance industry. He has advised dozens of insurers and vendors on IT and business strategies. He is a passionate advocate for sensibly creating business value through technology.
Celent has grown significantly since Craig became CEO in January 2012. In addition to maintaining the firm’s traditional coverage of IT and business strategies, he has helped Celent create leading-edge thinking on emerging technologies and disruptive innovation.
Craig is frequently featured as a speaker at industry events, addressing diverse topics such as systems modernization, innovation, and creative disruption. His comments on business and technology topics have appeared in USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, AP Newswire, Best’s Review, Business Insurance, and Technology Decisions, and he has appeared on CNBC’s On the Money. He has written numerous columns for publication and maintains an active research agenda focused on innovation.
Craig has a BA, summa cum laude, from Saint Michael’s College and an MA in communications from Emerson College.
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