2011 CIO 100 winners exemplify IT excellence

The 2011 CIO 100 Awards honor 100 companies that exemplify the strategic partnership of IT and business.

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Learn about the 2011 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.
Project descriptions by David F. Carr, Logan Kugler, Robert Lemos, Brian Robinson, Maria Trombly and Cindy Waxer Publication date: Aug. 1, 2011.
Company Location Industry Revenue (2010) Project Type Business Function Business Goal CIO
Celestica Toronto, Canada Manufacturing $6.5 billion Business intelligence Manufacturing Operational Mary Gendron
Fifth Third Bancorp Cincinnati, Ohio Financial Services $6.4 billion Databases/data warehouse Marketing Strategic/Competitive Advantage Joseph R. Robinson
Foley & Lardner Milwaukee, Wis. Legal $648 million Mobile/wireless Asset management/maintenance Financial Doug Caddell
Gap San Francisco, Calf. Retail/Wholesale/Distribution $14.7 billion Mobile/wireless Sales Customer Tom Keiser
GE Energy Atlanta, Ga. Manufacturing $38.0 billion Business intelligence Order processing/fulfillment Financial John Seral
Go Daddy Group Scottsdale, Ariz. Retail/Wholesale/Distribution $741 million Business process management Order processing/fulfillment Operational Neil Warner
Goodwin Procter Boston, Mass. Legal $678 million Collaboration tools Marketing Strategic/Competitive Advantage Peter Lane
Graham Group Calgary, Canada Construction $2.0 billion Business process management Supply chain/logistics Strategic/Competitive Advantage Kim Johnson
City of Brampton Brampton, Canada Government $408 million Cloud computing services/SaaS Customer service/support Customer Robert Meikle
Con-way San Mateo, Calif. Transportation $5.0 billion Mobile/wireless Supply chain/logistics Operational Richard Carroll
Cross Country Automotive Services Medford, Mass. Transportation $446 million Enterprise architecture Research & development/product development Strategic/Competitive Advantage Mark Carbrey
Defense Information Systems Agency Arlington, Va. Government $8.43 billion Collaboration tools Humanitarian assistance and disaster relief Operational David Mihelcic
Dell Round Rock, Texas Computer Hardware $61.1 billion Business intelligence Inventory management Customer Robin Johnson
Discover Financial Services Riverwoods, Ill. Financial Services $6.7 billion Business intelligence Risk management Operational Glenn Schneider
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority Washington, D.C. Utilities $365 million Business intelligence Accounting & finance Customer Omer Siddiqui
Dow Chemical Midland, Mich. Manufacturing $53.7 billion Business intelligence Inventory management Operational Dave Kepler
DreamWorks Animation SKG Glendale, Calif. Sports & Entertainment $509 million Cloud computing services/SaaS Research & development/product development Operational Ed Leonard
Eaton Cleveland, Ohio Manufacturing $13.7 billion Business intelligence Manufacturing Operational William Blausey
Procter & Gamble Cincinnati, Ohio Retail/Wholesale/Distribution $78.9 billion Business intelligence Internal customer service/support Strategic/Competitive Advantage Filippo Passerini
Advanced Micro Devices Sunnyvale, Calif. Computer Hardware $6.49 billion Cloud computing services/SaaS Research & development/product development Operational Mike Wolfe
Capital One Financial McLean, Va. Financial Services $16.2 billion Business intelligence Customer service/support Strategic/Competitive Advantage Rob Alexander
Chartis New York, N.Y. Insurance $27 million Business intelligence Customer service/support Customer Peter Beyda
Chicago Public Schools Chicago, Ill. Education/Nonprofit $5.3 billion Collaboration tools Classroom programs Operational Arshele Stevens
Aflac Columbus, Ga. Insurance $20.7 billion Cloud computing services/SaaS Sales Customer Bahija Noell
Alta Colleges Denver, Colo. Education/Nonprofit Business process management Education operations Operational Segar Annamalai
Apollo Group Phoenix, Ariz. Education/Nonprofit $4.0 billion Cloud computing services/SaaS Marketing Strategic/Competitive Advantage Ed Escobedo
ABF Fort Smith, Ark. Transportation $1.6 billion Collaboration tools Supply chain/logistics Operational Dave Cogswell
Army Contracting Command Fort Belvoir, Va. Government $482 million Cloud computing services/SaaS Asset management/maintenance Operational Gino Magnifico
Baker Hughes Houston, Texas Mining/Oil/Gas $14.4 billion Collaboration tools Sales Operational Clifton Triplett
Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals USA Wayne, N.J. Healthcare $22.1 billion Business intelligence Marketing Strategic/Competitive Advantage Duncan Lamb
BendPak Santa Paula, Calif. Manufacturing $60 million Business process management Sales Strategic/Competitive Advantage Sina Moatamed
BMO Financial Group Toronto, Canada Financial Services $404.0 billion Enterprise architecture Sales Customer Jean-Michel Ars
BNY Mellon New York, N.Y. Financial Services $13.8 billion Collaboration tools Human resources Social John Fiore
Bridge Energy Group Marlborough, Mass. Utilities $11 million Enterprise architecture Research & development/product development Operational Mandakini Pahooja
CallPlus Services Ltd. Auckland, New Zealand Telecommunications $75 million Business intelligence Accounting & finance Financial Adrian Dick
Emerson St. Louis, Mo. Manufacturing $21.0 billion Collaboration tools Sales Customer Kathleen McElligott
Essar Steel Mumbai, India Manufacturing $3.112 billion Business intelligence Manufacturing Operational Suneel Aradhye
Ethiopia Commodity Exchange Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Financial Services $3 million Enterprise architecture Inventory management Operational Solomon Edossa
Eurpac Information Services Dallas, Texas Retail/Wholesale/Distribution $200 million Business intelligence Inventory management Operational Mike Skinner
Fairfax County Public Schools Falls Church, Va. Education/Nonprofit $2.168 billion Collaboration tools Instructional planning Social Maribeth Luftglass
FedEx Freight Memphis, Tenn. Transportation $4.3 billion Business intelligence Customer service/support Strategic/Competitive Advantage Rebecca McClendon
H&R Block Kansas City, Mo. Financial Services $3.9 billion Enterprise architecture Asset management/maintenance Operational Rich Agar
Hallmark Services Naperville, Ill. Healthcare $3.1 billion Business process management Sales Financial Neal Kaderabek
HDFC Standard Life Insurance Mumbai, India Insurance $1.55 billion Business process management Operations & claims Customer Thomson Thomas
HealthSouth Birmingham, Ala. Healthcare $1.9 billion Business intelligence Human resources Operational Rusty Yeager
Hess New York, N.Y. Utilities $34.6 billion Business process management Accounting & finance Financial Jeffrey Steinhorn
Informatica Redwood City, Calif. Computer Software $650 million Collaboration tools Research & development/product development Customer Tony Young
ING Direct USA Wilmington, Del. Financial Services Business intelligence Asset management/maintenance Security or Regulatory Rudy Wolfs
Ingersoll Rand Davidson, N.C. Manufacturing $14.0 billion Business intelligence Sales Operational Archana Deskus
Ingram Micro Santa Ana, Calif. Retail/Wholesale/Distribution $34.6 billion Cloud computing services/SaaS Sales Strategic/Competitive Advantage Mario Leone
Intel Santa Clara, Calif. Computer Hardware $43.6 billion Business intelligence Internal customer service/support Operational Diane Bryant
International Business Machines Armonk, N.Y. Business/Management Services $99.9 billion Enterprise architecture Research & development/product development Operational Jeanette Horan
Levi Strauss San Francisco, Calif. Retail/Wholesale/Distribution $4.4 billion Cloud computing services/SaaS Marketing Strategic/Competitive Advantage Tom Peck
Life Technologies Carlsbad, Calif. Healthcare $3.6 billion Business intelligence Sales Strategic/Competitive Advantage Joe Beery
Mansfield Oil Gainesville, Ga. Mining/Oil/Gas $4.2 billion Business intelligence Supply chain/logistics Strategic/Competitive Advantage Douglas S. Haugh
Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services Encino, Calif. Real Estate $13.6 billion Mobile/wireless Sales Customer Richard H. Peltz
Marriott International Bethesda, Md. Hospitality, Travel and Leisure $11.0 billion Business intelligence Marketing Strategic/Competitive Advantage Bruce Hoffmeister
Judicial Branch of Arizona, Maricopa County Phoenix, Ariz. Government $280 million Business intelligence Accounting & finance Financial David L. Stevens
K&L Gates Pittsburgh, Pa. Legal $1.055 billion Enterprise architecture Customer service/support Strategic/Competitive Advantage Steven W. Agnoli
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts New York, N.Y. Financial Services $700 million Business intelligence Accounting & finance Strategic/Competitive Advantage Edward Brandman
Lehigh Valley Health Network Allentown, Pa. Healthcare $1.2 billion Content/document management Patient care Social Harry Lukens
Leisure Sports Pleasanton, Calif. Hospitality, Travel & Leisure $77 million Cloud computing services/SaaS Asset management/maintenance Social Travis Shannon
McCoy's Building Supply San Marcos, Texas Retail/Wholesale/Distribution $510 million Customer service/CRM Marketing Customer Dennis Strong
Melco Crown Entertainment Macau, Hospitality, Travel and Leisure $2.6 billion Cloud computing services/SaaS Customer service/support Strategic/Competitive Advantage Roger Seshadri
Miller Johnson Grand Rapids, Mich. Legal $39 million Business intelligence Customer service/support Strategic/Competitive Advantage Erik Goltzer
Monsanto Saint Louis, Mo. Agriculture $10.502 billion Collaboration tools Research & development/product development Strategic/Competitive Advantage Shirley Cunningham
Nationwide Investment Services Columbus, Ohio Insurance $20.8 billion Business intelligence Marketing Operational Michael Keller
NBC News New York, N.Y. Media $16.9 billion Content/document management Sales Financial Michael Fabiano
NetApp Sunnyvale, Calif. Computer Hardware $3.93 billion Business process management Customer service/support Operational Marina Levinson
Network Services Schaumburg, Ill. Retail/Wholesale/Distribution $861 million Enterprise architecture Accounting & finance Operational Paul Roche
OGE Energy Oklahoma City, Okla. Utilities $3.7 billion Databases/data warehouse Asset management/maintenance Customer Reid V. Nuttall
OhioHealth Columbus, Ohio Healthcare $2.18869995 billion Videoconferencing/telepresence Patient care Social Michael Krouse
Old Dominion Freight Line Thomasville, N.C. Transportation $1.5 billion Mobile/wireless Asset management/maintenance Operational Ken Erdner
Ontario County, New York Canandaigua, N.Y. Government $201 million Mobile/wireless Customer service/support Strategic/Competitive Advantage Sean Barry
Owens & Minor Mechanicsville, Va. Retail/Wholesale/Distribution $8.12 billion Business process management Supply chain/logistics Strategic/Competitive Advantage Rick Mears
Pfizer New York, N.Y. Healthcare $67.8 billion Business intelligence Marketing Strategic/Competitive Advantage Jeffery Keisling
PNC Financial Services Group Pittsburgh, Pa. Financial Services $16.3 billion Business intelligence Customer service/support Customer Anuj Dhanda
Tridel Toronto, Canada Real Estate Security Marketing Strategic/Competitive Advantage Ted Maulucci
PPG Industries Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacturing $13.4 billion Cloud computing services/SaaS Marketing Strategic/Competitive Advantage Werner Baer
Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital Whittier, Calif. Healthcare $91 million Customer service/CRM Customer service/support Customer Brian Smolskis
Reliant Energy Retail Holdings Houston, Texas Utilities $5 million Collaboration tools Customer service/support Customer Steve Wilburn
Restaurant Technologies Mendota Heights, Minn. Retail/Wholesale/Distribution $250 million Databases/data warehouse Order processing/fulfillment Strategic/Competitive Advantage Randy Witt
Rivet Software Denver, Colo. Financial Services $18 million Content/document management Order processing/fulfillment Operational Philip Winterburn
Safelite AutoGlass Columbus, Ohio Retail/Wholesale/Distribution $1.065 billion Databases/data warehouse Sales Customer Craig Douglas
Sprint Nextel Overland Park, Kan. Telecommunications $32.6 billion Business process management Asset management/maintenance Financial Peter Campbell
Standard & Poor's Financial Services New York, N.Y. Financial Services $2.8 billion Databases/data warehouse Customer service/support Operational Bala Subramanian
State Street Quincy, Mass. Financial Services $9.0 billion IT Infrastructure Technologies Customer service/support Strategic/Competitive Advantage Chris Perretta
Symantec Mountain View, Calif. Computer Software $6.01 billion Cloud computing services/SaaS Marketing Strategic/Competitive Advantage David Thompson
Teva Pharmaceuticals USA North Wales, Pa. Healthcare $16.1 billion ERP Manufacturing Social Jimmy Wang
Texas Children's Hospital Houston, Texas Healthcare $1.52940002 billion Collaboration tools Patient care Strategic/Competitive Advantage Myra Davis
Town of Castle Rock Castle Rock, Colo. Government $106 million Business intelligence Development review Customer Kevin Capp
Vanguard Group Valley Forge, Pa. Financial Services Business process management Customer service/support Customer Paul Heller
Volunteers of America Chesapeake Lanham, Md. Education/Nonprofit $23.6 billion Business intelligence Accounting & finance Operational Shyam Desigan
Wells Fargo San Francisco, Calif. Financial Services $12.4 billion gSOAP Customer service/support Customer Avid Modjtabai
Yale-New Haven Hospital New Haven, Conn. Healthcare $1.4 billion Mobile/wireless Customer service/support Customer Daniel Barchi
Toyota Motor Sales, USA Torrance, Calif. Manufacturing $47.8 billion Business intelligence Quality management Customer Zack Hicks
U.S. General Services Administration Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies Washington, D.C. Government $55 million Cloud computing services/SaaS Research & development/product development Social Casey Coleman
U.S. Marine Corps Washington, D.C. Government $29.0 billion Business process management Supply chain/logistics Operational Brig. Gen. Kevin Nally
United States Tennis Association White Plains, N.Y. Sports and Entertainment $269 million Business intelligence Marketing Financial Larry Bonfante
Vail Resorts Broomfield, Colo. Hospitality, Travel & Leisure $869 million Mobile/wireless Research & development/product development Customer Robert Urwiler
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