The Top 100 CIOs, Part 3By CIOinsight | Posted 06-01-2001
The Top 100 CIOs, Part 3
David Luce - SIM Past president of the New York chapter of SIM and currently chairman of the SIM Foundation, a philanthropic organization whose purpose is to advance the IT profession through the funding of educational programs, resear
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Nick Ibrahim - Ruby Tuesday's Drives consistency in IT across the chain, leading to better analysis, decisions and results; one of the Baseline 500 companies
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Brian Shield - Weather Channel Expanding Weather Channel to more platforms
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Jim Benedetto - MySpace Meeting the demands of 150 million users accessing their pages and a quarter million new users every day.
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Marv Adams - Citigroup Out of the frying pan and into the fire; he came from Ford and has been CIO of Citi a year. Citi just cut employees and announced a plan to save $1 billion.
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Kathy Lane - National Grid As former cio at Gillette (which P&G acquired in 2005) she was a canary in a coal mine for big-scale RFID. Was at GE and Pepsi for several years before Gillette. Now leads technology at National Grid, which i
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Atefeh Riazi - Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide Worldwide Chief Information Officer and Senior Partner; member of CIO Insight advisory board. When she was CIO of MBTA, she created and implemented the system that replaced tokens in New York's
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Debra Jensen - Jack in the Box Newly appointed, rolling out contactless card readers for payment in restaurants.
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Cathy Brune - Allstate Creative outsourcing--runs a captive outsourcing facility in Ireland.
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John Halamka - Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center As a physician turned CIO, Halamka has been a pioneer in electronic medical records and other health care IT initiatives and is working with federal government to set standards. Had R
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Lt. Gen. Steven Boutelle - U.S. Army He is creating cost-effective military through SALE (Single Army Logistics Enterprise) and ERP software.
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Joe Antonellis - State Street Corp. Not only manages IT but oversees global securities operations at State Street; a new breed of CIO embedded in strategic operations at a senior level.
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Martin Davis - Wachovia Newly appointed; champions the use of common information systems to allow customers to walk into any branch or use an ATM, no matter where, whthout the hassles.
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Gelacio Iniguez - Cemex Iniguez led the development of a scheduling and routing application called DSO (for Dynamic Synchronization of Operations). Combined with global positioning satellite (GPS) system installed on its cement-mixer t
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Lou Amato - AIG Influential, in part, by virtue of leading IT at a Fortune 10 company.
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Al-Noor Ramji - British Telecom Setting the pace for how IT should be managed; got BT focused on business; cut 4,500 IT projects down to a handful of business-critical efforts.
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Suresh Kumar - Pershing division of The Bank of New York Championed the use of the Information Technology Infrastructure Library and has realized benefits from this effort.
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Edward Granger-Happ - NetHope; Save the Children Foundation Chairman/founder of NetHope, an organization of CIOs and CTOs that's working with Intel, Microsoft and others to create technology that can be used by relief workers
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Janet Schalk - Target She replaced the fabled Paul Singer as CIO of Target in 2005 and has helped the second biggest discount retailer in the U.S. get ever bigger with continued IT cost savings. Latest project: using Microsoft's .Net i
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Bob DeRodes - Home Depot He is credited with streamlining bloated IT at now-troubled Home Depot and introducing self-checkouts. Facing a great unknown as he watches CEO Nardelli walk away from the construction zone.
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Ed Toben - Colgate-Palmolive A driving force behind global ERP implementation.
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Matt Carey - eBay Moved to eBay from Wal-Mart to expand the online auction site's retail operations.
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Carl Wilson - Marriott Corp. Promotes IT as a competitive advantage and business initiatives enabled by IT.
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Charles Church - Department of Homeland Security CIO of the National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD) in the Department of Homeland Security, which is tasked with advancing the Department of Homeland Security's risk-reduction
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Al Schmidt - Arch Chemicals (formerly Olin Corp.) Oversaw development of detailed written objectives with measurable outcomes for every IT employee and established a variable pay plan, based on performance. After 3 years, he got a cost