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IBM Study: CIOs' Influence is Growing As Technology Becomes Core to Surveyed Enterprises

Only 23% of CIOs surveyed expect remote workplace changes from the COVID-19 pandemic to become permanent. A new IBM (NYSE: IBM) Institute for Business…

| November 11, 2021

Only 23% of CIOs surveyed expect remote workplace changes from the COVID-19 pandemic to become permanent.

A new IBM (NYSE: IBM) Institute for Business Value (IBV) study revealed CIOs' influence on business strategy and operations is growing as technology pervades surveyed enterprises. When asked which other C-Suite members will be most critical over the next few years, CEOs surveyed named their tech chiefs (CIOs and CTOs) at more than twice the rate of CMOs, CHROs or any other position excluding CFO and COOs.

The annual global study* also revealed critical challenges CIOs are facing and recommendations to help overcome those challenges and drive agility, innovation and growth for their organizations.

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