2012

100 Companies Delivering Exceptional
Innovation & Business Value

The 2012 CIO 100 Winners: Showcasing the Transformative Power of IT-Business Innovation

The 2012 CIO 100 Awards honor 100 companies that exemplify the strategic partnership of IT and business.

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Learn about the 2012 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
(2011)
Project
Type
Business Function
Business Goal
CIO
Accenture Dublin, Ireland Business or Management Services (including Consulting)  $25.5 billion   Collaboration Tools Human Resources  Operational  Frank Modruson 
Aflac Columbus, Ga. Insurance  $22.2 billion   Databases or Data Warehouse Order Processing and Fulfillment  Operational  Mike Boyle 
Agero (formerly Cross CountryAutomotive Services) Medford, Mass. Transportation  $0 million   Enterprise Architecture R&D and Product Development  Strategic Impact or Competitive Advantage  Mark Carbrey 
American Honda Motor Co., Inc. Torrance, Calif. Retail, Wholesale or Distribution  $96.7 billion   Business Process Management Manufacturing  Strategic Impact or Competitive Advantage  Jennifer Sepull 
Amtrak Washington, D.C. Hospitality, Travel and Leisure  $2.71 billion   Customer Service or Customer Relationship Management Sales  Strategic Impact or Competitive Advantage  Dee Waddell 
Applied Materials Santa Clara, Calif. Manufacturing  $10.5 billion   Cloud Computing Services or Software as a Service (SaaS) R&D and Product Development  Strategic Impact or Competitive Advantage  Jay Kerley 
AT&T Services, Inc. Dallas, Texas Telecommunications  $126.72 billion   Customer Service or Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Marketing  Customer  Thaddeus Arroyo 
Avnet, Inc. Phoenix, Ariz. Retail, Wholesale or Distribution  $26.5 billion   Enterprise Architecture IT Operations  Operational  Steve Phillips 
BAE Systems, Inc. Arlington, Va. Aerospace or Defense Contractor  $14.4 billion   Collaboration Tools R&D and Product Development  Security and Regulatory Compliance  D. Michael Bennett 
Baker Hughes Houston, Texas Mining, Oil or Gas  $19.83 billion   Business Intelligence Asset Management and Maintenance  Security and Regulatory Compliance  Clif Triplett 
Barclays PLC London, UK Financial Services (e.g. Banking, Broker or Dealers, Exchanges)  $45 million   Mobile or Wireless Marketing  Strategic Impact or Competitive Advantage  Shaun Terry 
Boston Scientific Global InformationSystems Natick, Mass. Healthcare (e.g. Medical Services, Pharmaceutical, Biotech)  $7.8 billion   Cloud Computing Services or Software as a Service (SaaS) Inventory Management  Strategic Impact or Competitive Advantage  Rich Adduci 
Caesars Entertainment Corp. Las Vegas, Nev. Hospitality, Travel and Leisure  $8.7 billion   Mobile or Wireless Customer Service and Support  Customer  Katrina Lane 
Cancer Treatment Centers of America Schaumburg, Ill. Healthcare (e.g. Medical Services, Pharmaceutical, Biotech)  $0 million   Cloud Computing Services or Software as a Service (SaaS) Accounting and Finance  Operational  Chad Eckes 
Celgene Corp. Summit, N.J. Healthcare (e.g. Medical Services, Pharmaceutical, Biotech)  $4.7 billion   Business Intelligence Marketing  Strategic Impact or Competitive Advantage  Richard Williams 
Christiana Care Health System Wilmington, Del. Healthcare (e.g. Medical Services, Pharmaceutical, Biotech)  $2.1 billion   Business Intelligence Other  Operational  Randall Gaboriault 
City and County of San Francisco, Dept. of Technology San Francisco, Calif. Government: State or Local (including Law Enforcement)  $80 million   Mobile or Wireless Customer Service and Support  Social  Jon Walton 
City of Boston Boston, Mass. Government: State or Local (including Law Enforcement)  $2.395 billion   Customer Service or Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Asset Management and Maintenance  Customer  Bill Oates 
City of Melrose, Mass. Melrose, Mass. Government: State or Local (including Law Enforcement)  $56 million   Cloud Computing Services or Software as a Service (SaaS) Customer Service and Support  Financial   Jorge Pazos 
City of New Berlin, Wis. New Berlin, Wis. Government: State or Local (including Law Enforcement)  $34 million   Business Process Management Marketing  Financial   Nick Roethel 

Project descriptions by Aaron Lester, Mary K. Pratt, Linda Rosencrance, Cindy Waxer and Minda Zetlin. Publication date: Aug. 1, 2012.

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