|Industry||Information technology research|
|Headquarters||Arlington, MA, USA|
|Key people||Karen Fine Coburn (founder)|
Cutter Consortium, founded by Karen Fine Coburn in 1986 as Cutter Information Corp., is an global information technology research company. In 1990, Cutter purchased the American Programmer journal (now called Cutter IT Journal), and partnered with its founder, Ed Yourdon, to form the Cutter Consortium. Cutter sold its environmental publications to Aspen Publishers in 2002.
Cutter's research is performed by expert practitioners in the field, who also bring their expertise to analyzing surveys of the current practices of business-IT professionals worldwide. Cutter research focuses on the areas of agile software development, enterprise architecture, business intelligence, outsourcing, business-technology strategy, risk management and benchmarking.
- Thomas Hoffman. "Cutter Consortium looks to unlock innovation". Computerworld. Retrieved 26 December 2006.
- Tekrati site staff. "Agile Development Expert Jens Coldewey Expands Cutter Consortium Team in Europe". Tekrati. Retrieved 26 December 2006.
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