Glen McLatchieOne of New Zealand\u2019s biggest CIO roles has been filled.Glen McLatchie, General Manager Information Communication Technology (ICT), at Meridian will take on the CIO role at SkyCity in April.McLatchie has more than 20 years experience delivering business and information technology systems and managing change throughout organisations. SkyCity CEO Nigel Morrison says he looks forward to the innovative skills and global experience McLatchie will bring to the role.\u201cBusiness and information technology is crucial to our success, and with Glen\u2019s track record for lifting internal capability as well as improving staff engagement, we\u2019re confident we\u2019re in safe hands. \u201cWe look forward to the strong contribution he will make and we\u2019re pleased to welcome him to the team,\u201d says Morrison, in a statement.McLatchie says SkyCity presents one of the biggest CIO roles in New Zealand, and he embraces the new challenges this will bring.\u201cSkyCity is a really interesting, fast-paced organisation, and like Meridian operates 24x7 - so I\u2019m used to that environment. I believe I\u2019m well placed to deliver and look forward to becoming an integral part of the business.\u201dAccording to the 2015 CIO100report, SkyCity has a 102-member ICT team managing more than 7,700 screens in New Zealand and Australia.McLatchie replaces Mike Clarke, who is now a member of the IT advisory group at KPMG.Mike Clarke at a recent CIO roundtable discussionMcLatchie has held several senior management roles with a global focus based in Australia, the United Kingdom and France over a 13 year period with BP Oil International. He holds a master\u2019s of information systems from Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne and a bachelor of business studies from Massey University, Auckland.At Meridian McLatchie\u2019s core responsibilities included managing the company\u2019s ICT infrastructure, data processes, security and applications. During this time he managed the transformation of Meridian\u2019s technology platform.Send news tips and comments to email@example.comFollow Divina Paredes on Twitter: @divinapClick here to\nread digital editions of CIO\nNew ZealandSign up for CIO newsletters for regular updates on CIO news, views and events.Join us on Facebook.Join the CIO New Zealand group on LinkedIn.\nThe group is open to CIOs, IT Directors, CDOs, COOs, CTOs and senior IT\nmanagers.