The Business Transformers CIO100 Special Award was instituted to honor enterprises that have successfully transformed their organizations' overall strategic direction by embracing emerging technologies such as social, mobile, analytics, and cloud.
The Business Transformers Award was instituted to honor enterprises that have successfully transformed their organizations' overall strategic direction by embracing emerging technologies such as social, mobile, analytics, and cloud.
Sridhar Pinnapureddy, Chairman & MD of CtrlS, unveiling The Business Transformers Award presented to executives, who have successfully transformed their enterprises' overall strategic direction. They have taken a relook at business processes, reshaped partnerships and embraced global best practices while deploying technology.
Arvind Sivaramakrishnan, Group CIO at Apollo Hospitals won the award for devising processes to increase levels of patient safety, quality and clinical care by adopting innovation in nutrition care process.
Abhishek Agarwal, SVP & CIO at Balmer Lawrie & Co. won the award for streamlining his company's business across 12 accredited branches and travel departments in 92 geographic locations in India.
Vinod Bidarkoppa, Group CIO and Senior VP at Future Group won the award for using data analytics for gaining insights to simplify decision making, which improved efficiencies in every sphere of his company's retail business.
Bhushan Akerkar, CIO at Hindalco Industries won the award for providing critical business dashboards for senior management and stakeholders on a real time basis in various functions of the business.
Mithilesh Singh, Director-Technology Audit at IDFC Bank won the award for implementing latest technologies to empower the bank's internal audit department.
Mukesh Kumar Jain, Gorup CIO at Reliance Capital won the award for setting up private cloud, which paved way for a massive exercise of consolidating all datacentre assets of all units within the organization.
Ravinder Pal Singh, CIO and SVP Innovation at Air Vistara won the award for a digital transformation project, which has positively impacted over 2.5 million+ passengers through digital processes.
The proud winners of the Business Transformers Award display their trophies with Sridhar Pinnapureddy, Chairman & MD of CtrlS (fifth from left).
Change is exciting. It opens doors to new possibilities. For businesses, change isn't seasonal but constant and that's what creates a disruption that transforms businesses and takes them to the next level. The writings on the wall transform or perish.
Doing business in the internet age is all about changing an organization's strategic direction by redefining business processes. Technologies like cloud computing and infrastructure services are changing the way organizations are running the business. They are lowering costs and reducing complexity. And at the same time are allowing them to scale up.
CtrlS has been a change agent in helping organizations transform themselves with technologies like cloud computing and advanced infrastructure services. CIO, in association with CtrlS, is delighted to acknowledge the efforts of the Indian organizations that have successfully transformed their businesses.
This slideshow showcases Business Transformers of 2016.