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CIOs need to be collaborative and talk to businesses in their own language

Pushing a company to take on digital modernisation is a tough job and innovation officers can’t do it on their own, writes Killian Woods

Killian Woods

Business reporter

30th August, 2015
Ashling Cunningham, chief information officer at Ervia, is a speaker at the IVI Autumn Summit 2015, at Carton House in Maynooth, County Kildare, on September 17

Driving digital transformation is a job that falls within the brief of a CIO, but effective management of this significant change to a business requires a company wide approach.

Ashling Cunningham, chief information officer at Ervia, feels those in roles like her own need to reimagine the traditional approach to driving digital change in the modern day if they are to make the best use of technology to improve the day-to-day experience of the company,...

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