CIO, a leading news source published by IDG Enterprise and geared towards IT leaders, announced their list of the top 100 companies who “have distinguished themselves by creating business value through the innovative use of technology.” The magazine also selected five CIOs for the 2015 Hall of Fame. One of the five happens to be Ina Kamenz, SVP & Global CIO of Eli Lilly & Company.
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Life sciences and healthcare-related companies that landed on the 2015 CIO 100 Companies list:
- American Cancer Society
- Boston Heart Diagnostics Corp.
- Cancer Treatment Centers of America
- Celgene Corp.
- CVS Health
- Eli Lilly and Co.
- Kaiser Permanente
- Kindred Healthcare
- Mercy Health
- Metro Health Hospital
- RainTree Oncology Services
- Rockford Health System
- The University of Chicago Medicine
- Yale New Haven Health Services Corp.
2015 CIO Hall of Fame inductees:
- Ina Kamenz, SVP & Global CIO, Eli Lilly & Company
Winners and Hall of Fame Inductees will be celebrated at the upcoming CIO 100 Symposium. Senior IT leaders are encouraged to register for this annual event.
To see which other companies made the list, click here.