Cushman & Wakefield Honored in CIO 100 Awards
CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cushman & Wakefield, a global leader in commercial real estate services, has been recognized as an Honoree in CIO Magazine’s CIO 100 Awards program showcasing organizations that deliver innovation and business value from IT.
Global President of Cushman & Wakefield, Tod Lickerman, said creative thinking and the innovative use of technology helps the firm serve its people and clients for real estate services in more than 250 offices across the globe.
“We are proud to receive this honor and commend our Global Chief Information Officer, Adam Stanley, for his role in spearheading the services of our great technology team. They’re working hand-in-hand with our business leadership to drive colleague productivity, client connectivity, and data driven insight through technology,” said Mr Lickerman.
Cushman & Wakefield’s Adam Stanley conducted a global review of the firm’s technology group, after its $2 billion merger with DTZ in September last year. This process had involved assessing talent, tools, and processes across both legacy organizations. The teams are leveraging the best from both as well as building new world class solutions.
“The CIO 100 Award is all about the team, and we have great leaders around the world focused on identifying and implementing cloud-based, mobile-enabled, client-focused technology,” Mr Stanley said. “Analytics are critical for our clients and this recognition was in particular based on work we have done in that space. We will continue to invest in bringing valuable insight to clients.”
In congratulating the Honorees, Dan Muse, Editor in Chief of CIO.com, said CIOs have always been serious about understanding, enabling and even driving business. “CIOs have claimed seats on boards and edged closer to CEOs as digital transformations take hold. The IT executives we recognize this year did not wait to be invited, and they’re not unsure of where to focus their time, energy and budgets. They mean business, and they’re taking action,” said Mr. Muse.
Under Mr. Stanley’s leadership, DTZ, before its 2015 merger with Cushman & Wakefield under the Cushman & Wakefield brand, was named to the CIO 100 for 2015 by CIO Magazine. Mr. Stanley has also been honored as one of Chicago’s Tech 50, Infoworld Premier 100 leader, and Huffington Post’s Most Social CIOs.
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