Clint Boulton

Senior Writer

Clint Boulton is a senior writer for CIO.com, covering IT leadership, the CIO role, and digital transformation.

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Syngenta CIO tackles transformation in industry switch

Syngenta CIO tackles transformation in industry switch

In his first foray into the sector, Greg Meyers, who also runs Syngenta’s digital business, is helping the provider of pesticides and seeds transform into a top precision agriculture player.

Machine learning helps Invisalign patients find their perfect smile

Machine learning helps Invisalign patients find their perfect smile

Align Technology’s mobile app helps Invisalign wearers stay on schedule, while machine learning and other features help lure prospective consumers to try the orthodontic device.

Remote work tests CIOs' soft skills amid coronavirus crisis

Remote work tests CIOs' soft skills amid coronavirus crisis

From virtual office hours to Yam Jams and WFH Slack sessions, CIOs are doing everything they can to keep their teams connected during a pandemic that has driven them, physically, apart.

Verizon calls on emerging tech to revamp work experience

Verizon calls on emerging tech to revamp work experience

Verizon’s network specialists no longer rely on tired technology to execute tasks, thanks to a unified digital platform comprising RPA, machine learning, chatbots and other leading-edge tools.

8 tips for driving digital strategy during COVID-19

8 tips for driving digital strategy during COVID-19

The coronavirus crisis has upended operations as we knew them. To meet the challenge, CIOs must channel a lean startup mentality and rethink their approaches to managing IT.

Avery Dennison rolls out DICE, a digital business booster

Avery Dennison rolls out DICE, a digital business booster

Avery Dennison’s new digital business initiatives roll up cloud, AI, IoT and other technologies to the tune of more than $30 million in earnings. CIO Nicholas Colisto breaks down the company's model.

Tyson enlists predictive software to keep meat plants open amid coronavirus

Tyson enlists predictive software to keep meat plants open amid coronavirus

The nation’s top meat processor has turned to machine learning to model the potential spread of coronavirus in its plants and has deployed computer vision to monitor worker health.

Nationwide CIO preps for return to the office, post-pandemic

Nationwide CIO preps for return to the office, post-pandemic

CIOs such as Jim Fowler are preparing for employees to return to the office post-COVID-19, a process that will result in more digital services for employees and customers alike.

Coronavirus crisis spurs IT innovation

Coronavirus crisis spurs IT innovation

The coronavirus crisis sees CIOs accelerating their adoption of automation, analytics and new processes to cope with the pandemic’s disruptions and steer the enterprise forward in uncertain times.

Parsons analytics platform preempts bridge and railway breakdowns

Parsons analytics platform preempts bridge and railway breakdowns

Parsons built software to help predict when critical city infrastructure will break down. Now CIO Stu Kippelman is promoting it across the business.

Digital KPIs: Your keys to measuring digital transformation success

Digital KPIs: Your keys to measuring digital transformation success

CIOs use digital KPIs to gauge the impact of digital business initiatives. The KPIs also recalibrate digital models based on value and performance.

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