CIO

  • Do You Strategize Business Strategy With Your CIO? - You Should

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    No business would consider making significant changes to any of their business processes without first consulting their chief financial officer (CFO).  It is clear that significant change can only occur if there is enough cash flow to accommodate any modifications or additions to current structures, new investments or any of the other multitude of changes that a company's upper management might want to institute. 

    The health and welfare of a company's financial picture is always recognized as a strategic factor when making major decisions.  In this day and age, where information technology provides a vital service for almost every business function, it seems ill-advised that a company would not also strategize business decisions with their CIO.