National Event

CIO 100 Symposium & Awards

IT Innovation. C-Suite Collaboration. Business Impact.

Organizations are constantly looking for ways to improve efficiencies to grow competitive advantage. This two and a half day executive-level symposium focuses on how to develop, implement and capitalize on innovation through keynotes, sessions, roundtables and briefings facilitated by IT and business experts and from the 2020 CIO 100 and Hall of Fame award winners.

In addition, the CIO 100 Symposium takes time to recognize and celebrate the top 100 innovative companies of the year who have been identified by the CIO editorial team, as well as a new class of Hall of Fame CIOs whose vision, commitment and adaptability stand out as examples of practical leadership in IT. These honorees are recognized during the CIO 100 Awards Ceremony and Gala, which is highly attended by the honorees, the Hall of Fame inductees and executive conference participants.

Audience

300 CIOs and Senior IT Executives
$12B Average Annual Company Revenue
$324M Average Annual IT Budget
28.4k Average Number of Employees at Company
51% Hold CIO or VP Level Titles

Sponsor Benefits

The annual CIO 100 Symposium & Awards Ceremony is a unique opportunity for sponsors to create significant brand image and awareness for your company among influential information technology executives. By providing face-to-face networking time — on a formal and informal basis — this Symposium allows sponsors to position themselves as a technology leader, educate attendees about sponsors’ solutions and learn their challenges and priorities.

Non-Series: Date, Venues and Locations

August 17, 2020 — August 19, 2020, Terranea Resort, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

Content Focus

The future of business is under construction everywhere, with IT innovation as its chief architect. The tech industry is exploding with new products and services in social collaboration tools, mobility, predictive analytics and the cloud. The “customer experience” — once the sole province of marketing and sales — nowadays belongs to IT leaders, as well.

But most important of all is the state of the C-suite. Those companies with the most strongly aligned, collaborative senior executives will be the ones outpacing their rivals in the race to digitize business. How can IT organizations do a better job of innovating and driving business transformation? How can CIOs unify their C-suites around digital strategies that assure greater success? The CIO 100 Symposium is the place to find those answers.

Technology Topics:
•  Customer experience/collaboration/social
•  Cyber security/risk management
•  Digital Transformation
•  Development: Agile, Open Source, DevOps
•  Enterprise Application and Mobility Strategies
•  Predictive analytics/Big data management
•  Public/hybrid cloud/infrastructure