2022 Info-Tech Tech Trends:
Enabling the Digital Economy and Supporting the CEO for Growth.
The post-pandemic pace of change continues to accelerate as the economic rapidly becomes more digital. To keep pace with shifting consumer expectations, CIOs must help the CEO compete in the digital economy by focusing on five key capabilities: innovation, human resources management, data architecture, security strategy, and business process controls and internal audit. Raising maturity in these capabilities will help CIOs deliver on opportunities to streamline back-office processes and develop new lines of revenue.
About our presenters:
Brian Jackson, Research Director
As a Research Director in the CIO practice, Brian focuses on emerging trends, executive leadership strategy, and digital strategy. After more than a decade as a technology and science journalist, Brian has his fingers on the pulse of leading-edge trends and organizational best practices towards innovation.
Prior to joining Info-Tech Research Group, Brian was the Editorial Director at IT World Canada, responsible for the B2B media publisher’s editorial strategy and execution across all of its publications. A leading digital thinker at the firm, Brian led IT World Canada to become the most award-winning publisher in the B2B category at the Canadian Online Publishing Awards. In addition to delivering insightful reporting across three industry-leading websites, Brian also developed, launched, and grew the firm’s YouTube channel and podcasting capabilities.
Bryan Tutor, Executive Services Counselor at Info-Tech Research Group
Bryan comes to the Info-Tech team as an experienced business professional who has served in CIO roles, engineering, supply chain, strategic planning, and program management for some of the largest aerospace and defense companies (Northrop Grumman, Boeing, Gulfstream, Pratt & Whitney). He worked with LTV, Vought Aerospace, Northrop Grumman, and Triumph Group before joining Elbit Systems of America (ESA). He enjoys helping CXO’s in all capacities.
Most recently as the VP & CIO with ESA, he is recognized with major accomplishments including best practices with international relationships with corporate HQ personnel, building a digital office, building a top-notch IT leadership team, and building transparency and trust with the executive leadership team.
Brian Reichwein, Regional Director
Brian has partnered with Senior IT Leaders in TOLA across 100+ companies over the past 8+ Years on Strategy, Trends, Market Insights and improving Processes for their IT organization. He has delivered resources that have dramatically impacted real ROI for IT organizations and understands the issues they face both commonly and uniquely to multiple industry segments including energy, transportation, retail, finance and insurance.