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Panel of four

Anushkar Mohinani | April 26, 2011
Thank you to this select group of IT professionals who took on the challenging task of examining each shortlisted CIO 100 honouree’s project to determine the five winners.

Vijay Sethi is the professor of IT at the Nanyang Business School of the Nanyang Technological University. He is featured in top IT journals and is highly-ranked among the world’s top MIS professionals regarding research. He is also one of the founding members of the CIO 100 panel.

Waleed Hanafi is the senior vice president - chief information officer at Global Blue, a financial services company headquartered in Switzerland. He is responsible for the group’s information technology strategy and operations. Hanafi has more than 30 years of IT experience. 

Puni Rajah is the client services director at TechMarketView LLP, an organisation providing valued research and analysis on the technology scene. She is an internationally respected analyst in the IT user, vendor and investor communities.

Delesh Kumar Chandrakant is the director of ICT Practice for Frost & Sullivan Malaysia. He leads a team of analysts and consultants responsible for delivering research and custom consulting studies, as well as syndicated projects covering the Asia Pacific region.

So What Makes a CIO 100 Honouree?
Admission to the CIO 100 involves a stringent process that requires an organisation to be evaluated from a range of perspectives. When we look at a company, we examine how value was added to the enterprise by the projects, including the following criteria:

Strategic Impact
Penetrating new markets
Changing the rules of competition in the market
Increasing
market share

Customer Impact
Giving customers a wider choice of products and services
Delivering better service
Faster, more
efficient
transactions

Financial Impact
Cost savings
Increased profits
Raising
productivity

Operational Impact
Better intra and extra-supply chain collaboration
Faster
turnaround times
Improving
time-to-market

Social Impact
Improving the quality of life in society
Improved employee experience and welfare
Environmental friendliness

 

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