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CIO50 2016 #18: Tom Clark, Corporate Travel Management

​Today’s business traveller needs to make plans on the fly, at any time of day, and on any device. They need to do it quickly and easily, with results that are cost effective for their companies and adhere to relevant policies.

Written by George Nott24 Nov. 16 18:30

CIO 2016 #26-50: Cameron McFie, Rhipe

​Rhipe provide licensing, business development and knowledge services that support service providers, system integrators and software vendors accelerate the adoption of the cloud by end customers.

Written by George Nott24 Nov. 16 18:30

CIO50 2016 #26-50: Elizabeth Harper, GHD

Earlier this year, one of the world’s leading engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services companies, GHD made clear its focus on digital technologies with a refreshed governance structure.

Written by George Nott24 Nov. 16 18:30

CIO50 2016 #26-50: Dave Rumsey, Tourism Australia

​For more than 40 years Tourism Australia has been promoting ‘Brand Australia’ to the world. Paul Hogan telling American TV viewers he’d “slip an extra shrimp on the Barbie” for them back in 1984 has become part of Australia’s global identity.

Written by George Nott24 Nov. 16 18:30

CIO50 2016 #24: John Sutherland, Ramsay Health Care

​Technology has had a huge influence on medical treatment. At Ramsay Health Care’s John Flynn Private Hospital on the Gold Coast, Queensland, patients receive the most effective and least invasive surgical approach to prostate cancer treatment thanks to the group’s surgical robots.

Written by George Nott24 Nov. 16 18:30

CIO50 2016 #22: Scott Andrews, Manheim

​Many years ago Manheim – the Australian market leader backed by Cox Enterprises in the provision of automotive remarketing services​ – pioneered a new way to buy vehicles at auction. By simulcasting their auctions online, people could bid on passenger and commercial vehicles, trucks, motorcycles, boats and machinery, even if the gavel was being struck on the other side of the country.

Written by George Nott24 Nov. 16 18:30

CIO50 2016 #25: Andrew Clowes, JLL Australia

​The CIO role has shifted. It's now about more than just 'keeping the lights on'. But as Head of IT at JLL, Andrew Clowes, jokes: "There's no point in having a seat at the boardroom table if it’s dark

Written by George Nott24 Nov. 16 18:30

CIO 2016 #26-50: Richard Host, NSW Department of Finance, Services & Innovation

​The NSW Emergency Services SAP implementation has created one of Australia’s largest government Enterprise Resource Systems. The system supports more than 100,000 staff and volunteers across New South Wales, in turn making every one of the state’s 7.6 million residents all the more safe.

Written by George Nott24 Nov. 16 18:30

CIO50 2016 #16: Chris Ford, SA Power Networks

​Digital transformation is what Chris Ford does. This transformation, however, is something special. The turnaround in the perception of the IT department, Ford says, is the best he’s ever seen.

Written by George Nott24 Nov. 16 18:30

CIO 2016 #26-50: Mark Ballinger, Progressclaim

​Melbourne start-up Progressclaim.com solves a problem that has long plagued the construction industry: lodging and reconciling progress claims.

Written by George Nott24 Nov. 16 18:30

CIO50 2016 #19: Hilda Clune, PwC Australia

​In coming months, PwC is moving to new locations in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. More than simply relocating staff to a bigger office, it means a fresh start. A new location, and a new direction.

Written by George Nott24 Nov. 16 18:30

CIO 2016 #26-50: Mandy Ross, Tatts Group

The position and perception of technology within world leading wagering, lotteries and gaming group Tatts is transforming.

Written by George Nott24 Nov. 16 18:30
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