As Chief Information Officer for Accenture, Andrew Wilson leads the global IT operations of a $28.6 billion company, including the infrastructure, services and applications that enable Accenture people to work anytime, anywhere to serve clients in more than 120 countries. Mr. Wilson ensures that Accenture is at the forefront of innovation as a digital business—from mission-critical applications to the network, from e-mail and laptops to enterprise social media and collaboration tools. Mr. Wilson is also responsible for end-to-end performance and service operations of Navitaire, a wholly-owned Accenture subsidiary, which works together with Accenture to provide expertise and to deliver services for airlines in key operational and revenue generating areas.
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The role of chief information officer is evolving as companies put more focus on the individual customer. Andrew Wilson, CIO at Accenture, explains to CXOTalk how he’s becoming a “chief experience officer” with a focus on new IT platforms powered by AI and other new technologies.
The world is constantly changing and IT and the business have to change with it. Think about your end customer, and employees! It’s going to be a new work in 10 yrs.
As Chief Information Officer for Accenture, Andrew Wilson leads the global IT operations of a $28.6 billion company. Frank B. Modruson, is the former CIO of Accenture. Frank has transformed IT into a strategic asset for Accenture.