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CFOs: The Role of the CIO Will Cease to Exist in 5 Years’ Time, According to Research from Getronics

Business Wire
Friday, 24 February 2012

CFOs: The Role of the CIO Will Cease to Exist in 5 Years’ Time, According to Research from GetronicsFARNBOROUGH, England--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The role of the CIO in its current capacity will not exist in five years’ time according to research findings revealed by Getronics today. The survey of 203 key financial decision makers in companies of 1,000 employees or more, found that almost one in five CFOs (17%) believe that the role of the CIO as it currently stands is in jeopardy. A further 43% of financial decision makers believe that the role will merge more with finance and a third (31%) believe
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