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Announcing the 2017 TBM Council Awards Finalists!

Blog Post created by cstratton@tbmcouncil.org Employee on Jul 24, 2017

For the past five years, the TBM Council has put a call out to the community for members to share their TBM journey by submitting a nomination for the TBM Council Awards. Since 2013, we’ve heard incredible stories of growth, innovation, and increased business value all made possible through TBM. This year did not disappoint. The Council and the Awards Premier sponsor, KPMG, saw a record breaking number of submissions, all with unique TBM experiences and maturity levels. The nominees were narrowed down to 30 semifinalists, and participated in interviews with KPMG leaders. The interviews showcased incredible examples of increased transparency, improved communication with business stakeholders, and substantial shifts in the way IT impacts the business.

 

After tough deliberation, the Selection Committee narrowed the 30 semifinalists to the top 12 listed below. Congratulations to the 2017 TBM Council Awards Finalists!

 

2017 TBM Council Finalists

2017 TBM Council Awards Finalists

Business Innovation Award

This award recognizes finalists who demonstrate the ability to change the conversation with line-of-business stakeholders, the corporate C-suite, and/or the board of directors.

  • Huntington Ingalls Industries

  • SunTrust Bank

 

IT Optimization Award

This award recognizes finalists who demonstrate the ability to save money on IT spending and get more value per dollar invested.

  • Aetna

  • Exelon

 

IT Financial Leadership Award

This award recognizes finalists who have shifted IT finance from merely a controller and accounting function to delivering decision-making power to IT, finance, and business stakeholders.

  • Allstate
  • American Express

 

IT Services Transformation Award

This award recognizes finalists who have shifted IT from being an expense center to delivering services with greater flexibility (e.g., on demand) and transparency of cost, consumption, and quality.

  • Cisco
  • Maritz

 

Strategy and Planning Excellence Award

This award recognizes finalists who have shifted from static, cost center-based IT planning to a dynamic process that regularly links IT resources to business strategy, business demand for services and innovation, and IT-led initiatives.

  • AmerisourceBergen
  • Caesars Entertainment

 

TBM Pacesetter Award

This award recognizes finalists who have established a TBM program and have made demonstrable progress in transparency, data quality, decision making, and business results in less than 18 months.

  • Micron Technologies
  • Unilever

 

The winners of the 2017 TBM Council Awards will announced at TBM Conference 2017 during the November 7th Awards Gala. Attendees are invited to celebrate the finalists and winners at the black-tie dinner. Register today to reserve your seat.

 

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