Visionary leaders are changing the game for the modern workforce. CIOs are taking on more responsibility within their organizations. They have become key decision makers who not only have a seat at the table but are relied upon to set an agenda for how technology can drive their organizations’ futures.
CIOs’ investments in IT are doing a lot more than helping their companies get work done. They’re changing the way companies work. IT projects are supporting business goals and enabling business transformation. See the visionary stories in our latest report.
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of CIOs say IT's ability to innovate is critical to the success of the business.
There's plenty in store for IT over the next few years. Watch our video to learn more about what CIOs are thinking.
A True Partnership in Innovation
To be a game changer, CIOs must work with their organizations to meet their needs and find the right solutions.
Innovative CIOs spend
of their time planning for the next wave of technology development
of IT leaders believe that the success of new technology depends on user satisfaction
of leading CIOs have responsibilities outside of IT
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Our Game Changers Roundtable Series is coming to a city near you. Fuze is organizing exclusive thought leadership events in Boston, Chicago, London, Paris, New York, and San Francisco throughout 2018. Each roundtable event will include an industry expert to moderate the discussion among IT leaders about the future of work.
"It used to be that if people needed something, they'd knock on IT's door and asked if we could do it. Now, we're playing more of a role of advisors and teachers. We can talk together about delivery options. The mindset has really changed."- Jennifer Terril CIO, iPayment
"We had carte blanche to replace everything in terms of infrastructure, applications, and hardware. I approached it with a cloud-first strategy, with a focus on getting value from the new investments and bringing in modern technology to create different ways to work.” - James Greene, Group IT manager, SAS International
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Leading CIOs are driving change within their organizations.
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