2016 CGT Award Winners

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2016 CGT Award Winners

By Ali Orr - 12/15/2016

CGT honors an elite group of consumer goods companies and executives for envisioning and executing transformational business and technology initiatives that stand to revolutionize both their organizations and the industry as a whole.

The awards process started in January, when nominations in five award categories (detailed below) were collected from the CGT community. These nominations were narrowed down to a select group of finalists per award by CGT’s editorial staff based on multiple criteria, like project size and scope and results since launch. This short list was then sent to the magazine's Advisory Board members, which selected one “winner” in each category.

With the votes now tallied, CGT would like to proudly present our 2016 award winners and finalists. (Click on the award titles to read our coverage.)

CIO of the Year - This award honors the Chief Information Officer who has made the largest demonstrable business impact within his or her consumer goods organization through the implementation and successful use of technology.

CMO of the Year - This award honors the Chief Marketing Officer who has made the largest demonstrable impact on his/her consumer goods organization through the implementation and successful use of new marketing strategies, technologies and/or processes.

Customer Management Award - This award is presented to a consumer goods firm that is best leveraging a solution to manage customer relationships, trade promotion, marketing and/or consumer insights.

SMB Market Award - This award is presented to a small to mid-sized consumer goods firm that is best utilizing technology and business processes to achieve substantial growth in size and/or revenue.

Dick Clark Supply Chain Award - This award is presented to a consumer goods firm for excellence in executing improvements in supply or demand planning, warehouse management, transportation management, S&OP processes or supply chain network design.