Chief Information Officer
PROBLEMS FOR THE CIO
Every day, a CIO delivers projects and services to run and expand the business. Traditionally, business leaders often viewed IT as a black box of unaccountable, ever-increasing costs, and yet constantly asking for more. However, today businesses will need to work smarter, serve customers in new ways, and accelerate innovation just to stay competitive. As a result, corporate strategies tend to be a lot more aligned with IT.
Regardless, CIOs have many roadblocks to be concerned with:
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Today’s CIOs have to be more versatile and more attuned to business strategy. They have to seek out innovative ways to leverage emerging technologies and business models in the value chain to improve business performance and stay competitive.
IHI accelerates common initiatives for CIOs by helping them to:
- Make more informed decisions using a single system of record to manage IT cost and output.
- Speak a common language by communicating in terms the business understands.
- Demonstrate value to quantify what IT is delivering to the business.
Lead Your Organization’s Move to the Cloud
The debate around on-premise vs. cloud-based applications is over.
Redesign your IT organization to meet the needs of the future—a future punctuated by both accelerating and disruptive change.
CIO THE STRATEGIST
Build coalitions, persuade peers and collaborate with other executives by delivering transformative business value with limited resources and an optimized infrastructure.
CIO THE CATALYST
Increase influence by redefining how you provision computing infrastructure, identify and develop the capability to use new tools and identify and exploit your enterprise’s knowledge resources.
CIO THE STEWARD
Run IT operations without having to worry about infrastructure, security risks and downtime. Maintain an efficient IT organization while keeping pace with growth and competition.
Take advantage of prebuilt integration with your legacy systems proviided by companies like Informatica, IBM, Oracle, SAP, Cast Iron, and Dell Boomi.
SPEED OF DEPLOYMENT
Cloud infrastructure enables deployment of mature, full-featured ERP without additional IT resources.