Deadline for CIO 100 Survey submissions set for 15th September

Submissions for the CIO 100 Survey are set to be closed on the 15th of September. Celebrating your digital leap is no doubt a celebration of the industry. Against this backdrop, CIO East Africa every year conducts a CIO100 Survey examining how organisations in both public and private sector purchase, deploy and use IT.

“The overall objective of the survey, which is a lead up to the annual CIO 100 awards, is to identify the trends in the adoption and use of IT in East Africa in this era of digital transformation. Having begun in earnest, this year’s survey slated to end on 15th September,” said Laura Chite, CIO East Africa, CEO.

“The survey gives entities in the public and private sector the opportunity to be recognised as one of the most innovative IT executives in East Africa and further profiles them as efficient, trendy and progressive, an aspect that prompts potential customers to make informed decisions,” she added.

Since the inception of the CIO 100 survey eight years ago, judges from diverse industry sector spend hours carefully reviewing award submissions to identify standout projects that truly deliver competitive advantage, enable business growth, enhance customer experience, accelerate digital transformation, or help the applicants’ companies break into new markets.

To be a CIO 100 Award Honouree, the companies and CIOs/IT Heads participate in the annual CIO Survey by thus demonstrating the deployment of innovative technologies that are positively impacting the business process following their roll-out in a business or in public sector governance.

To participate in the survey, simply submit a project or two and get the acknowledgment you and your team deserve for this coveted awards, just click here.

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