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The 2010 CIO 100 Winners: Driving Future Business Growth with Technology Innovation

The 2010 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 2010 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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Company
Location
Industry
Revenue
(2009)
Project
Type
Business Function
Business Goal
CIO
Accenture Dublin, Ireland Business services/consulting  $21.6 billion   Enterprise architecture Accounting & finance  Financial   Frank Modruson 
Allstate Insurance Northbrook, Ill. Insurance  $32 billion   Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Order processing/fulfillment  Customer  Catherine Brune 
Amerisure Mutual Insurance Farmington Hills, Mich. Insurance  $531 million   Desktop Virtualization IT operations  Financial   Frank Petersmark 
Amgen Thousand Oaks, Calif. Health Care  $15 billion   Health care Research & development/product development  Operational  Thomas Flanagan 
AstraZeneca London Health Care  $32.8 billion   Operating systems Research & development/product development  Strategic/Competitive Advantage  Rich Williams 
AT&T Dallas Telecommunications  $123 billion   Business Process Management (BPM) Inventory management  Operational  Thaddeus Arroyo 
Avnet Phoenix Retail/Wholesale/Distribution  $16.2 billion   Enterprise architecture IT operations  Security or Regulatory  Steve Phillips 
Booz Allen Hamilton McLean, Va. Business services/consulting  $5 billion   Open source Knowledge Management  Strategic/Competitive Advantage  Frank S. Smith, III 
BP London Mining/Oil/Gas  $239 billion   Collaboration All Business Functions  Strategic/Competitive Advantage  Dana Deasy 
BREG Vista, Calif. Health Care  $545 million   Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Supply chain/logistics  Strategic/Competitive Advantage  Steve Romeo 
Brigham and Women's Hospital Boston Health Care  $1.9 billion (2008)  Mobile/wireless Inventory management  Social  Sue Schade 
Bryan Cave St. Louis Legal  $554 million   Data management Business development and work product creation  Strategic/Competitive Advantage  Connie Hoffman 
CA Technologies Islandia, N.Y. Computer Software  $4.3 billion   Web 2.0 Human resources  Operational  Stephen Savage 
Cancer Treatment Centers of America Schaumburg, Ill. Health Care  N/A  Enterprise architecture Customer service/support  Customer  Chad A. Eckes 
Centocor R&D Radnor, Penn. Health Care  N/A  Data Warehouse Research & development/product development  Strategic/Competitive Advantage  Karan Sorensen 
Centro Chicago Media  $75 million   Data Warehouse Accounting & finance  Operational  Amy Bourne 
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Pittsburgh Health Care  $427 million   Data Warehouse Research & development/product development  Social  Jacqueline Dailey 
Chubb Warren, N.J. Insurance  $13 billion   Web 2.0 Marketing  Strategic/Competitive Advantage  James Knight 
Citigroup New York Financial services  $91.1 billion   Unified Communications Customer service/support  Strategic/Competitive Advantage  Don Callahan 
City of Palo Alto Palo Alto, Calif. Government  $499 million (budget)  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Asset management/maintenance  Financial   Glenn Loo 

Project descriptions by Lauren Brousell, David F. Carr, Robert Lemos, Jim Nash and Joan Indiana Rigdon. Publication date: June 1, 2010.

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