73% of business leaders have indicated that digital transformation should be more prevalent across their organization and forming a centralized tech strategy is a top priority.
As a CIO, you'll be the one decision makers count on to make your company future proof and ready for the inevitable shift to digital. That’s the theory. How do you go about this in practice?
Are you ready to discover how the CIO holds the key to a company's successful business transformation through IT?
You will find the answers to these questions in the Connected CIO booklet.
Through vivid customer stories, you'll explore how many forward-thinking companies have already tackled digital transformation. In the booklet, Dell EMC identifies the CIO's top challenges and priorities, as well as the areas in which digital transformation will need to be addressed: IT, workforce, and security. This booklet includes neutral thought leadership content on how to be a strategic co-pilot to the CEO, and insights on the inevitable shift to digital, provided by IDG and Intel.
Throughout the booklet, Aongus Hegarty, President, Dell EMC, Europe, Middle East and Africa, offers insights of his own on these challenging topics. He also explains how Dell EMC onboarded no less than 145,000 employees on the way to a successful transformation.
Why a strong CIO-CFO relationship is the key to IT transformation success
Unsuccessful IT transformations are often linked to problems arising from two pivotal players — CIOs and CFOs — and their struggle to work together as a cohesive team.
This is just one of the conclusions from a global survey of 500 CEOs, COOs, CIOs and CFOs conducted by Forbes Insights and Dell EMC. The research found that a stunning 89% of senior executives acknowledge that significant barriers exist — ranging from outdated ideas about the role of CIOs to obsolete reporting structures — that keep CIOs and CFOs from collaborating more closely.
Read the full story in the “IT Transformation: Success Hinges on CIO/CFO Collaboration” study that you can download below.Access the Forbes study here Have a look at the interactive infographic Watch a sneak preview video Read about the 6 ways to boost CIO and CFO Collaboration
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