Kaiser Permanente Named IT Excellence Winner of the Year, Plus Innovators in Five Technology Categories Announced
InformationWeek released the winners of the InformationWeek IT Excellence Awards at Interop ITX, and honored Kaiser Permanente for Overall IT Excellence. The awards recognize companies that have distinguished themselves through the most innovative and imaginative use of business technology. Sixteen winning vendors in five core technology areas were announced during the InformationWeek IT Leadership Summit at Interop ITX.
For more information, the InformationWeek editorial team has detailed their winner selections for 2017 here: www.informationweek.com/itexcellence/winners
IT Excellence Winner of the Year
- Kaiser Permanente
IT Excellence in Infrastructure
- First Place: ConocoPhillips
- Second Place: The MITRE Corporation
- Third Place: Symantec Corporation
IT Excellence in Cloud
- First Place: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
- Second Place: Arrow Electronics Inc.
- Third Place: Plante Moran PLLC
IT Excellence in DevOps
- First Place: Fannie Mae
- Second Place: Asurion
- Third Place: Allstate Insurance Company
IT Excellence in Data & Analytics
- First Place: Pacific Gas and Electric Company
- Second Place: RR Donnelley
- Third Place: PACCAR Inc.
IT Excellence in Security
- First Place: World Vision Inc.
- Second Place: Los Angeles World Airports
- Third Place: Transwest
Winners will appear as guests at the InformationWeek News Desk, the interview program streamed live from Interop ITX. The interviews allow company representatives to provide details about their winning IT project and outline the ways in which it demonstrated the initiative's business value to customers or employees. The interviews, as well as case studies detailing the winning projects, will be published on InformationWeek during the weeks following the event. To see the video interviews, visit: www.informationweek.com/archives.asp?videoblogs=yes
"We are proud to recognize the IT Excellence Award winners as true innovators and leaders among their peers," said Susan Fogarty, InformationWeek and Interop ITX Director of Content. "We were impressed by the quality of all our submissions, but those chosen as winners clearly illustrate how organizations can take advantage of technology to redefine how their businesses operate and succeed."
Interop ITX is an annual IT technology event bringing together more than 3,000 technologists who are passionate about making modern IT work for their organizations. Interop's role is to help forge the connections in the IT community and provide education to advance the industry and individual careers. The conference program strives to provide the audience with inspiration as well as practical information they can bring back to their organizations.