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CIOs claim more corporate influence

Chief information officers claim to have more corporate responsibility, says KPMG

Chief information officers (CIOs) in the
UK believe they play an increasingly strategic role over the past 12 months,
according to a major survey by
Harvey
Nash
and KPMG.

Nearly half of the CIOs surveyed have seats on the board, with this number
rising from 43% to 46%, while nearly 60% said their roles were well integrated
into the business, an 18% increase over last year.

Three quarters of CIOs (76%) said their role is more strategy focussed, with
66% expanding their roles to cover logistics, business continuity and corporate
change management.

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