2019 Info-Tech CIO Awards Celebrate Outstanding IT Leaders Who Deliver Business Value
LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 20, 2019--
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From L to R: Linda Vigesaa (CIO, Mt. Hood Community College), Mark Wisely (CIO, Palmer College of Chiropractic), Marc Menhart (Director, IT The W.W. Williams Company), Ed Boraas (CIO, Concordia University of Edmonton), Steven Nino (CIO, Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians) and Carl Smith (CIO, King’s Daughters Medical Center)
The most authoritative event for IT executives and leaders globally, the two days of Info-Tech LIVE will be filled with engaging and informative sessions led by Info-Tech’s research analysts and practitioners.
At the event, Info-Tech will hold the 2019 Info-Tech CIO awards ceremony, honoring outstanding CIOs, based on unbiased data from the Info-Tech CIO Business Vision survey, a powerful tool that formalizes IT feedback and delivers a standard to measure great CIO leadership. This year’s annual survey captures feedback from 16,500 business leaders and measures stakeholder satisfaction with IT.
“The Info-Tech CIO awards focus on the most vital aspect of any IT leader’s success, which is stakeholder satisfaction,” said Geoff Nielson, vice president, product development and innovation, Info-Tech Research Group. “The recipients of these awards are not determined by the subjective opinions of any awards committee, instead, the IT satisfaction and value scores are evaluated by the recipients’ direct business stakeholders.”
Speaking at the event, Steven Nino, CIO, Soboba Casino Resort and Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians said, “I am delighted to receive the prestigious 2019 Info-Tech Research Group CIO award. As an IT leader, it speaks volumes for the efforts we make to understand our stakeholders and deliver business and stakeholder satisfaction. What sets our efforts apart is the time we invest in engaging with leaders from various business functions. As a tribal government and gaming and hospitality facility, our IT infrastructure and digital transformation efforts are key to the success of our business along with our government initiatives geared to help grow the Soboba tribe and build a long-term future for the youth of Soboba.
This year’s CIO award winners represent large enterprises as well as small and medium- sized organizations.
The full list of organizations represented include:
Aecon Group Inc.
Alliance Resource Partners, L.P.
American Foods Group
Chickasaw Nation Department of Commerce
Cincinnati Public Schools
City of Middletown
Concordia University of Edmonton
Hanover School Division
Housing Authority Risk Retention Group, Inc.
King’s Daughters Medical Center
Lee County Clerk of Court
Libro Credit Union
Los Angeles County Development Authority
Moore Norman Technology Center
Mt. Hood Community College
Muscogee Creek Nation Casinos
My Community Dental Centers
North Hennepin Community College
Palmer College of Chiropractic
Pueblo City Schools
Oregon Public Utility Commission
Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver
Saskatchewan Liquor & Gaming Authority
Soboba Casino Resort and Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians
SRK Consulting US, Inc.
The Doe Run Company
The W.W. Williams Company
Town of Greater Napanee
Truckee Meadows Water Authority
University of California, Irvine, Division of Continuing Education
University of California, Los Angeles
University of North Georgia
VIA Metropolitan Transit
Village of Carol Stream
About Info-Tech Research Group
Info-Tech Research Group is one of the fastest growing full-service research and analyst firms in North America, serving more than 30,000 IT and HR professionals. With offices in Canada, U.S. and Australia, Info-Tech Research Group offers pragmatic analyst insights and actionable tools to IT departments from world-class organizations such as NASA, New Balance, Spotify and the United Nations. Info-Tech Research Group’s divisions include McLean & Company and SoftwareReviews.
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