Every year we recognize a chief information officer who has made significant strides in their leadership role, having a profound impact on their organization through the implementation and successful use of innovative technologies.
We’re entering our 10th year of the program and need your help to identify leaders across the industry. Know someone who is driving digital and IT transformation? Have they pushed past barriers to introduce out-of-box solutions? Are they taking the charge on innovative projects that inspire competitors to step up?
Last year we recognized CIOs from various categories, representing brands such as Tupperware, Colgate-Palmolive, and Chobani.
Rekha Ramesh, chief digital and information officer at Tupperware, and a CIO of the Year recognized for her efforts in 2021, correctly predicted that social commerce will be key to building business solutions that survive long into the future.
“The future of social commerce is already here. Conversational and social commerce are here, and that’s why it's an integral part of both our salesforce and consumer journey. … COVID has accelerated [it] because consumers prefer those touchpoints and the easier way of shopping. We are definitely looking at chatbot-driven social commerce and voice commerce to help meet consumer expectations.”
If you know someone who is deserving of this recognition, nominate them today.
Deadline is April 29. Nominations are accepted from colleagues, peers, and business partners, and the CIO of the Year Award winner will be profiled on ConsumerGoods.com. Contact Lisa Johnston ([email protected]) with questions.