The Changing Role of CIOs/CTOs: How ICT Solutions Enable Efficiency and Drive Revenue

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The information technology (IT) department must align with changing business goals for growth, innovation, and speed to market, and must focus on satisfying internal, line-of-business clients. The traditional IT expert has evolved into an innovation expert and a service broker, which defines the role of the chief information officer/chief technology officer (CIO/CTO). This research service examines the evolution and considers how the change will influence enterprises’ integration of information and communication technology strategies.

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The Changing Role of CIOs/CTOs: How ICT Solutions Enable Efficiency and Drive RevenueExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryHow has the Role of CIO/CTO Evolved?The Role of the CIO RedefinedTechnologies Leading to TransformationResearch Objectives and ScopeResearch Aim and ObjectivesResearch ScopeResearch Scope—EcosystemMarket DefinitionsCIO/CTO DefinitionMarket DefinitionsMarket Definitions (continued)Market Definitions (continued)ICT Trends: Global, BRICS, and South AfricaICT Trends—GlobalICT Trends—BRICS RegionEnterprise ICT Spend by Industry—South AfricaICT Trends—South Africa (continued)ICT Trends—South Africa (continued)The Impact of ICT in the Economy and EnterpriseThe Impact of ICT—OverviewThe Impact of ICT—Overview (continued)The Impact of ICT in the EconomyThe Impact of ICT in the EnterpriseThe Impact of ICT in the Enterprise (continued)The Role of the CIO/CTOHow has the Role of CIO/CTO Evolved?Moving into the Age of TransformationThe Role of the CIO RedefinedThe CIO as the Innovation ExpertThe CIO as a Service BrokerThe CIO as a Service Broker (continued)Learning to TransformLearning to TransformTechnologies Leading to TransformationKey Technologies Transforming Enterprises—South AfricaKey Technologies Transforming Enterprises—South Africa (continued)Supply and Demand of ICT Services—Is There a Balance?Case Study—NampakDrivers and RestraintsMarket DriversDrivers Explained Drivers Explained (continued) Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)The Last WordThe Last Word—ConclusionsThe Last Word—3 Big Predictions Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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