Managing Information Technology- A Race to the Finish
Joe Iannello, VP & CIO, Capital Metro
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Nicholas R. Colisto, SVP & CIO, Xylem
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James MacLennan, SVP & Chief Information Officer, IDEX Corporation
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Tom Crowe, CIO & Chief Supply Chain Officer, PL Developments
With widespread application in a plethora of industries such as medical, healthcare, aerospace, packaging, household appliances, construction, and more, the plastic industry has quickly become one of the most evolving businesses today. In fact, the industry is projected to double its business, producing more than 600 million metric tons of plastic products in the upcoming decade. To bolster the ever-increasing demand of plastic products, today, plastic technology vendors are incorporating innovative technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics into their plastic manufacturing solutions. By leveraging AI and machine learning, companies hope to simplify the manufacturing and maintenance cycles of plastic products faster. In addition, integrating robotics into plastic products is facilitating the development of faster and precise manufacturing processes.
Terry Kline, SVP & CIO, Navistar
We have a singular focus when it comes to utilizing technology in manufacturing, selling and servicing our products—it’s all about uptime.
Sammy Amirghodsi, Vice President, Data Management, OCC (Options Clearing Corporation)
With increased focus on robotic process automation (RPA) to automate mundane and repetitive tasks, the next evolution in cognitive automation is now underway.
Neil Hampshire, CIO, ModusLink [NasdaqGS-MLNK]
As companies become more successful, it is only a matter of time before management looks at other markets across the globe that their goods could be sold in.
Cheryl Whitis, CIO, Raytheon Missile Systems
When you walk into the factories at Raytheon Missile Systems in Tucson, Arizona, don’t be surprised to find robots working side-by-side with humans on the production lines.
Doug Braun, CEO, Kewill
Supply chain executives have some tough decisions to make in the year ahead as they face increased pressure to deliver product faster than ever before.
Sedar LaBarre, VP, Booz Allen Hamilton
Ask five people in your organization to name the primary product that Apple sells, and you may hear five different responses—phones, computers, tablets, watches, or music.
Vittorio Cretella, CIO, Mars
Data is becoming an essential factor of success and differentiation, and a prerequisite to digitize commerce, operations and the product value proposition.
Jerry Flasz, SVP/ CIO, Coty
Our cloud solutions offer and manage a test environment with production data, removing the necessity of developing and managing an in house production environment.
Sean Dessureault, President, MISOM Technologies
Any CIO seriously contemplating engaging in big data efforts, beyond one-off projects, should be prepared to create an integrated contextualized integrated data infrastructure.
Rajeev Rai, CEO and Co-Founder, QA Source
As a CIO, each of you are facing a unique set of challenges in 2015, whether you are integrating COTS products, moving to the cloud, focusing on data security, going mobile, or maybe even something totally unique to your company.
Dennis Rausch, VP of IT, Rea Magnet Wire Company, Inc.
In process manufacturing environments, the production operator relies heavily on process signals, closed-loop process controls.