The innovators who won the crown…

By : |August 18, 2011 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: As the curtains are set to raise at The Leela, Mumbai, on August 19, for the eighth ‘C-Change Enterprise Awards 2011’, to unveil the best among the IT worlds, let us have a look at what went behind one category of awards in particular, out of the total five, i.e. the ‘Best Innovator CIO’.

The Best Innovator Award seeks to recognize exemplary pioneers who have set foot ahead of their peers on a new technology or an application.

This is given to an individual leader who has demonstrated the ability to be an early successful adopter of an innovative technology, a business process or any other solution that was innovative for business.

Of the 16 nominations received, from companies across banking, finance, insurance, manufacturing, and oil and gas industries who felt their CIOs went out of the box to implement a particular IT project, five stood out and were shortlisted for the awards.

The shortlisted projects talk about various technologies, such as GPS, virtualisation, and even mobile devices, that were used to innovate on mundane CRM, ERP, SOA, workflow management and SAP systems. A few also relate how by completely doing away with manual interventions they were able to ease out certain business processes.

The jury did not have to ponder much to decide on the winner, nor was there any ambiguity on the projects that fared better than the rest of the lot.

Watch out this space on August 19, as we will update you who all are crowned the winners of this coveted award.

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