The CIO 100 Awards celebrates 100 organizations and the teams within them that are using IT in innovative ways to deliver business value, whether by creating competitive advantage, optimizing business processes, enabling growth or improving relationships with customers. It is an acknowledged mark of enterprise excellence. Because the award is given to companies rather than individuals, it’s an honor that everyone on your staff can take pride in. #CIO100
Submit a CIO 100 Award Nomination
Project teams eligible for the CIO 100 Awards must be primarily based in the US or Canada, must have started no earlier than June 1, 2021, be at least in a pilot stage, and have already delivered early findings/results. Winning projects will have produced a technology or service that is internally beneficial to the organization they serve.
Applications for the CIO 100 Awards may be purchased for $50 for each nomination. You may purchase up to 10 applications at a time. Winning companies may only receive the CIO 100 Award for a single project in a given year.
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CIO’s Hall of Fame is a personal leadership award that celebrates outstanding achievement in information technology management. The CIO Hall of Fame honors the executives whose work has advanced the CIO role and demonstrated sustained business success for 10+ years. Along with their significant career accomplishments in the field of IT, Hall of Fame members have all demonstrated substantial business impact and technology vision within one or more organizations. #CIOHOF
Make a Hall of Fame Nomination
Hall of Fame nominations honor individuals, not companies. A technology leader may only be inducted into the Hall of Fame once in their lifetime and enjoy lifetime recognition for their career accomplishments.
Hall of Fame nominations are free to submit and are reviewed by CIO’s panel of experts, including past Hall of Fame winners.