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Branch Group Digitizes Inspections, Reduces Nationwide Operating Costs

Pulpstream Saves Time and Money for Virginia-Based Construction Firm ROI Summary Time: Saved 20 minutes per inspection during 3,851 inspections Paper: Condensed 4 paper forms into 1 digital report, eliminating 9,950 sheets of paper Dollars: 425% ROI Culture: Greater accountability and transparency “We used to have to fill out four forms per inspection, so each stakeholder […]
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The CIO’s Evolving Role: Technologist to Operations Expert

In Leadership Posted
Move Over Motivational Speakers, There’s (Yet) Another New Duty for CIOs It’s true, a CIO’s job, by any job description you’ve ever read, focuses on the management of technology. The inventory, assessment, strategic road mapping, subsequent deployment plans and ongoing maintenance/upgrades. These efforts, while important to success, are basic blocking and tackling components, and the […]
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Boardroom Events Honors Midmarket CIO, Vendors at Spring 2017 Forum

Awards Recognize Strategy and Innovation Excellence Boardroom Events announced the winners of their Vendor Excellence Awards and Midmarket CIO Award of Excellence. Presented at the Spring 2017 Midmarket CIO Forum, these accolades recognize the best in technology collaboration in the midmarket sector. Vendor Excellence Awards celebrate providers solving business challenges with significant financial and overall […]
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Applause for commitment to the midmarket

In Strategy Posted
Trying to contain my excitement after an event like the Spring 2017 Midmarket CIO Forum last week in Savannah, Ga. is hard, so I wanted to share a brief thank you to all our participating executives and sponsoring vendors. Our Boardroom Events team and support staff are merely facilitators, and the only reason our business works […]
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Talent Management Tied to IT, Business Success

In Leadership Posted
Midmarket CIOs focusing less on technology, more on staff development Executive roundtable discussions kicked off Boardroom Events’ Spring 2017 Midmarket CIO Forum yesterday in Savannah, GA at the Westin. While discussing ways to build credibility with the C-Suite, one transformational leader floated the question to his peers: “Who still thinks of themselves as a technologist?” “My […]
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