Deloitte is calling on all Irish CIOs to complete its 2010 CIO survey. The survey creates an insightful barometer of the priorities, trends and challenges currently facing CIOs. The survey, which closes on Friday, 2 July, 2010 can be found here.
This is the second year of the survey. Last year’s survey found that Irish CIOs, who had already been very successful in reducing costs in their organisations, were still tackling the challenge of enabling further business cost reduction against a backdrop of falling IT budgets. In fact 60% of respondents expected their IT budgets to be cut by up to 20% in 2010.
“It will be interesting to see how far down the cost reduction road CIOs have gone during 2010. Have they passed the finish line and moved on to other priorities such as cloud computing and information management, or is cost reduction still the number one priority? We are calling on all CIOs and IT managers to share their views – the survey will provide a useful benchmark for participants against their peers,” commented Harry Goddard, Partner, Consulting, Deloitte.
A copy of the survey results and supporting commentary will be made available to those companies that participate as well as the opportunity for an individual session comparing your responses with the survey results. In addition, all participants will be entered into a draw to win a club pass to play three great parkland golf estates of the south east – Mount Juliet, Waterford Castle and Faithlegg.