The Charlotte Business Journal awarded Steve Hagood the ‘CIO of the Year’ in recognition of his significant contributions to Ingersoll Rand’s bottom line. Hagood is the VP and chief information officer for Ingersoll Rand.
Hagood develops and executes Ingersoll Rand’s information technology (IT) strategies. His innovative use of IT to optimize business processes, enable growth, and create competitive advantage and a better IT customer experience helped him secure this prestigious honor.
Ace Hardware Corporation hired Karen Fedyszyn as VP of information technology (IT) and chief information officer.
Reporting to Ace’s CFO, Fedyszyn will play an integral role in driving strategic technology and systems management for Ace to shape business functions and deliver significant return on investments, the co-op said.
Paul Ramsay has been named chief information officer at Lowe's following the departure of Kevin Summers earlier this month, according to multiple media sources.
Summers was only with the home improvement retailer for two years, but specific reasons for his departure were unknown. Lowe's spokeswoman Chris Ahearn told multiple sources that the move was not related to a data breach like the one Target had, costing Target CIO Beth Jacob her job.
True Value Co.’s information technology team earned recognition from the Chicago chapters of the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) and the Society for Information Management (SIM)
Chicago-based True Value took home the 2013 CIO’s Most Effective IT Team Award in the large company category.
The program consists of a nomination phase, a qualifying and detailed application process, and a peer panel of judges who score each team.
Lowe’s has hired Kevin Summers as its new chief information officer, effective July 9. He will replace Michael Brown, who announced last April that he had accepted the company’s Voluntary Separation Program and decided to retire after almost 28 years with Lowe’s.
Mark Ayers, the 63-year-old president of the building and construction trades department of the AFL/CIO, died unexpectedly on April 8, according to an announcement issued by the organization. No details were released on the cause or circumstances of his death. Ayers served as president since 2007.
ProBuild Holdings has named Don Riley, the former CIO of Mohawk, as its new executive VP supply chain and technology. In this role, Riley will be responsible for integrating ProBuild’s supply chain, information technology and manufacturing organizations, including developing strategies and programs to improve the company’s overall operational effectiveness, grow market share and maximize profitability.
San Marcos, Texas-based lumber and hardware retailer McCoy’s Building Supply was listed by IDG’s CIO Magazine as one of the top 100 companies that is using information technology to deliver a competitive advantage.
The 24th annual CIO 100 award program recognizes organizations around the world that exemplify the highest level of operational and strategic excellence in IT.