Eugene Signorini is the vice president of Yankee Group's Enterprise Research group with an expertise in applications & mobile solutions. Signorini helps clients navigate the emerging enterprise mobility landscape by examining both supply- and demand-side issues and focusing on applications, target industries and solution providers.
Areas of focus for Signorini include mobile applications such as wireless e-mail, mobile SFA, field force mobility and mobile asset management; wireless carriers' B2B offerings and strategies; mobile middleware and application software; and enterprise fixed/wireless voice and data integration. Additionally, he is responsible for the design and management of the Yankee Group Transatlantic Wireless Business Survey of more than 1,000 IT decision-makers.
Signorini has spent 12 years in the wireless industry, joining Yankee Group from MCI WorldCom's wireless resale organization, which was previously Nationwide Cellular Service. During his tenure at MCI WorldCom, Signorini held key roles in operations, project management and business development. He was instrumental in launching Nationwide Cellular Service's New England fraud management group in 1995 in the midst of the industry-wide cellular clone fraud crisis. Upon MCI's acquisition of Nationwide, Signorini became the lead project manager for all large enterprise wireless implementations in the Eastern United States. Finally, after WorldCom acquired MCI, Signorini was New England manager for wireless indirect sales and distribution.
Signorini holds a B.A. degree in economics and English from Boston College and an M.B.A. degree from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College. He is a charter member of the editorial advisory board of Mobile Enterprise Magazine and sits on the advisory council for the Mobile Enterprise Alliance.