Moving to IBM in 1984 Kris spent the next 9 years there commercializing advanced technologies and applying them to problems in transportation, telecommunications, and finance. After picking up an MBA in Finance from NYU Stern Kris took his technology obsession into the world of business models and markets.
After a a few years at S.G. Warburg (now UBS) he became an equity analyst at SoundView Technology Group where he worked with most of the leading public software and Internet technology companies. Kris subsequently become Director of Research at SoundView and ran a 70+ person research organization with offices in New York, San Francisco and London. Kris also served as the DoR for Adams Harkness (now Canaccord Adams) before starting his own research boutique in April of 2005.
He received his BS in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University in 1984, and acquired his MBA from the NYU Stern School in 1992.
Kris TuttleFounder & Director of Research
A former Adjunct Professor of Finance at Quinnipiac University, Steve is the author of the book Quantum Investing and co-author of the book, Boomernomics. His economic and financial research has been published in several books and professional journals including The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Fortune, Barrons, Business Week and Worth. Stephen has a Masters Degree in Economics from The Pennsylvania State University and is a participant at the Santa Fe Institute.
Stephen WaitePartner, Research & Advisory
Today Leigh handles much of our day-to-day editing, invoicing, collections and administrative management tasks.
Leigh DeaconAdministrative Manager
Ben received his Bachelor's Degree in Finance with a Minor in Economics from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2008. After graduation, Ben moved to Boston to work with a $10 million hedge fund as a fund accountant. Following his work in accounting, Ben entered the startup community to further diversify his professional experience. Ben was hired as a project manager for an internet services company to redesign their web-based application and manage their social media marketing efforts.
Today Ben is fully immersed in emerging technologies and continues to grow as an analyst. Ben regularly publishes research on behalf of Research 2.0 and actively participates in client engagements.
Benjamin SteinAssociate Analyst
Prior to his work in the game industry, Brian managed the successful design and development of many multi-million dollar software systems for organizations including Harvard, MIT, Fidelity Investments, EDS, and the states of New York and Massachusetts.
Brian SullivanAlumni Research Contributor - Gaming Software & Development
Dennis authored a substantial amount of our enterprise software research on Oracle, Microsoft, IBM, Red Hat, Oracle, SAP and Google was published in 2007 and early 2008 and is available in our research library.