Technology >> Analyst Interviews >> December 17, 2001

Investing In E-business Stocks: Robert Mccullough – Hurwitz Group

ROBERT MCCULLOUGH is Director for Commerce Strategies at Hurwitz Group. Mr. McCullough also contributes to the work of Hurwitz Group's e- Services and Sourcing practice. In this capacity, he covers the service firm's role in the transformation of organizations to e-businesses and the integration needs in the Internet economy. With nearly 20 years of experience in the technology industry, his marketing leadership activities have included strategic and tactical roles in a variety of organizations. Most recently Mr. McCullough was a marketing director for KPMG Consulting and helped launch KPMG's e-integration initiatives. He also has held a strategic marketing position at Infinium Software and worked as an Analyst for vertical markets at IDC. His other experience includes a variety of technical and management positions in information systems and publications. Mr. McCullough holds an MBA degree from Babson College, Wellesley, MA, and a BS degree from Suffolk University, Boston, MA. He is an adjunct faculty member at Boston University's Administrative Sciences graduate program, teaching classes on business strategy. Profile
TWST: To begin, how have e-business stocks performed in 2001?

Mr. McCullough: As far as how the stocks have performed, I think

everybody's value has dramatically decreased. I think everybody