The 2009 CIO 100 Winners: Driving Future Business Growth with Technology Innovation

The 2009 CIO 100 Awards honor 100 companies that are creating new business value by innovating with technology. Find out more about these IT leaders and the technologies that are critical to their success.

How to Use This Chart

Learn about the 2009 CIO 100 Award winners and their winning projects, and find the companies that interest you the most, with this interactive chart. Click on the tabs to sort the data according to location, industry or revenue as well as project type (the main technology used for the project), the primary business function it benefits and its impact. Click on the company name to get more details, including a description of the winning project and more about the technologies used.

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Business Function
Business Goal
Abilene Christian University Abilene, Texas Education  $100 million   Mobile Customer service/support  Strategic/Competitive advantage  Roberts 
Allied North America Jericho, N.Y. Insurance  $90 million   Collaboration Asset management/maintenance  Customer   Schwartz 
Anthony Marano Company Chicago, Ill. Agriculture  $250 million   Mobile Inventory management  Strategic/Competitive advantage   Nowak 
Applied Materials Santa Clara, Calif. Manufacturing  $8.1 billion   Collaboration Manufacturing  Strategic/Competitive advantage  Kifer 
Array BioPharma Boulder, Colo. Health Care  $28 million   BPM Research & development/product development  Operational   Rizzi 
Artist 2 Market Royal Oak, Mich. Retail/Wholesale/Distribution  $1 million   SOA Supply chain/logistics  Strategic/Competitive advantage   Skinner 
AT&T Dallas, Texas Telecommunications  $12.4 billion   Collaboration Asset management/maintenance  Operational  Arroyo 
Avago Technologies San Jose, Calif. Manufacturing  $1.7 billion   Consumer Research & development/product development  Financial   Rudy 
BayCare Health System Clearwater, Fla. Health Care  $2 billion   Security Customer service/support  Social  Jarrell 
Best Buy Richfield, Minn. Retail  $40 billion   CRM Accounting & finance  Customer  Willett 
Bethany Christian Services Grand Rapids, Mich. Non-Profit  $62 million   BPM Human resources  Customer  Kuyper 
BMC Software Houston, Texas Computer Software  $1.7 billion   Virtualization Asset management/maintenance   Operational  Settle 
BP London Mining/Oil/Gas  $284 billion 2007  Process Improvement Human resources  Operational  Deasy 
BT Financial Group Sydney Financial Services  $280 million   SOA Sales  Strategic/Competitive advantage  Forward 
Cancer Treatment Centers of America Schaumburg, Ill. Health Care  N/A  Architecture Customer service/support  Customer  Eckes 
Carilion Clinic Roanoke, Va. Health Care  $2.7 billion   BPM Patient care, safety & efficiency   Social  Barchi 
Chester County Hospital West Chester, Penn. Health Care  $190 million   BPM Clinical care process management  Social  Hess 
CitationShares Greenwich, Conn. Transportation  $400 million   Databases Operations  Financial  Hall 
COCC Avon, Conn. Financial Services  $59.499 billion   Virtualization Customer service/support  Operational  Lockwood 
Con-way San Mateo, Calif. Transportation  $5.04 billion   Databases Freight movement  Operational  Barretta 

Project descriptions by Simone Levien. Publication date: June 1, 2009.

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