Honoring IT and Business Alignment in the Midsized Enterprise

CIO Decisions magazine is accepting nominations now through March 1, 2007, for its inaugural Midmarket Leadership Awards program. This honor will recognize outstanding IT and business executives who have advanced the success of their midsized enterprises through creative, resourceful or cost-effective use of information technology.

CIO Decisions magazine is now accepting nominations for its 2007 Midmarket IT Leadership Awards, which honor IT executives from midmarket companies who have made extraordinary achievements at their organizations through creative, resourceful and business-focused use of information technology.

Nomination criteria include the following:

  • The individual must be the top IT executive at his or her organization with a tenure in that position of at least one year.

  • The individual's organization must have earned revenues of $50 million to $1 billion in 2006. Nonprofit or governmental organizations with operating budgets in that range also qualify.

  • The individual must have developed and/or delivered at least one IT initiative with measurable business value in the past three years.

  • The nominee must be supported by at least one business colleague, as specified on the nomination form.

  • The nominee may not be a past winner.

Nomination forms can be downloaded and faxed, mailed or e-mailed to the judges by March 1. A judging panel of CIO Decisions editors, industry experts and past winners will select the finalists and present the awards during the CIO Decisions Conference at the La Costa Resort & Spa, June 11-14, 2007

Please help us recognize the outstanding talent in the midmarket by contributing a nomination today. Nominations will be accepted from individuals and business partners For further information, please review the nomination form here.

This was last published in January 2007

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