Oxford Economics CIO Study on digitization: 5 CIO Podcasts
Oxford Economics, a London-based economics forecasting firm, is working on a global CIO study on how leading companies approach digitization of workflows and use collaboration to achieve their goals. The New York City offices of Oxford Economics is leading this study through its Thought Leadership division. The study is sponsored by ServiceNow, a prominent cloud computing services company in Santa Clara, Calif.
We would like to conduct podcasts with five CIOs at large companies in industries including manufacturing, retail, entertainment/media, automobiles, financial services and energy. Ideally, these companies have annual revenues of more than $1 billion, but that is not essential. We are especially keen on covering companies in the APAC region and the U.S. The other markets in our sights are Europe, Japan and the U.K.
Broadly, the podcast will focus on how the CIO aligns the company’s technology strategies with its business processes, products and services. More specifically, it would delve into the CIO’s use of digital technologies and collaborative mechanisms to achieve the desired goals.
The phone interview would take about 30 minutes. It will be recorded, and we would play back to the interviewee select quotes we may want to use in the final report. Thus, the interviewee has control over the accuracy in the rendering of the quotes and the context in which they are used.
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