By Robert J. Kolodgy, SVP Financial Services and Government Programs and CFO, Blue Cross Blue Shield
By Jennifer Tran, Billing Services Director, Intermountain Rural Electric Association
By Nick Fischer, SVP & CFO, The Betteridge Jewelers Group
By José Cisneros, Treasurer, City and County of San Francisco
By John Miller, VP-IT, American Textile Company
We IT professionals are in a unique situation. Sometimes, we fill the role of “Lightening Rod of Hate”. After all, we are the ones that say “No, you cannot have a new iPhone 6.”
By Joseph Falcao, CFO, JSI Store Fixtures
“It often requires more courage to dare to do right than to fear to do wrong” Abraham Lincoln
By Donald Good, Director-Global Legal Technology Solutions, Navigant [NYSE:NCI]
Financial institutions, large and small corporations, medical providers, law firms, accounting firms, and government agencies are targeted with increasing frequency.
By Claudia Infante, Sr. Director, Revenue & Distribution Strategy-Hotels & Casinos, Hard Rock International
When was the last time you witnessed the launch of a NEW technology product?
By Pratibha Salwan, SVP Digital, NIIT Technologies
With the advent of smartphones and mobile devices occurring over the last few years, the world around us continues to transform from “brick and mortar” to “online”.
By Jeremy Smith, DMD, Global ERS, Global leader of Deloitte’s Center for Crisis Management
CIOs and their peers in the C-suite face the ongoing possibility of major adverse events that can bring business activities to a halt or even imperil a business’s very existence.
By Dan Wilson, VP-IT, Golden Entertainment Inc.
The gaming industry presents many challenges for Information Technology professionals. Gaming has grown far beyond the days when gamblers slipped a few coins into a slot machine and pulled the handle.
By Nimesh Mehta, CIO, National Life Group
In a growing company, we are all focused on customer experience, as we should be. One of our customers is our internal team.
By Michael Herlihy, Head of Firm Edition Solutions & Delivery, Thomson Reuters
In today’s global tax landscape, the challenges of complying with constantly evolving regulations are becoming more and more complex.
By Alan Haughie, SVP-Finance & CFO, ServiceMaster Company
CFOs cannot take a passive role in defining company strategy.
By Bill Genovese, Principal, WGroup
Blockchain, fintech, big data and IoT are just some of the buzzwords of new technology the Banking CIO has to sift through.
By Jackie Combine, CFO, Technology & Operations, Thomson Reuters
There is no better time to be a CFO. We have an abundance of opportunities to partner to advance the short and long-term goals of our organizations.
By Jan Pilbauer, CIO, Payments Canada
In the world of disaster recovery, leveraging outsourcing wisely can help strengthen resiliency at a lower cost.
By Michael Alcock, Director-CIO Executive Programs & Content, Microsoft [NASDAQ: MSFT]
From the 10,000-foot view for field service, the priority is typically to enable faster fixes, for less cost, at less risk, and ideally with a seamless automation of administrative processes.
By Tadd Morganti, MD, Finance & Enterprise Performance, Deloitte Consulting LLP
With digital technologies, that company can now fully automate those reports, which helps improve accuracy and efficiency while freeing employees to perform other tasks.
By Mark Steffler, CFO, Legend3D, Inc.
If we look at the contemporary business landscape, technology seems to have left a deep impact on almost every sphere including finance. Of late, finance has levitated to new heights, incorporating technological blends into its realm of action.
By Mark Palmer, SVP-Engineering & General Manager, TIBCO Software
Why? The proliferation of data in motion has led to a complete transformation of operating procedure in many industries.