Are you using time differently?
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Are you using time differently?

Joe Doria, CMO, Broadcom
Joe Doria, CMO, Broadcom

Joe Doria, CMO, Broadcom

The pandemic.  Yes, it changed us forever.  It changed business for sure.  From remote employees, to “take out” in the food industry, to working with colleagues and customers.  Dramatic change unlike anything we’ve seen in a lifetime.  Through it, the dynamic of time has become more and more interesting.  It almost seems different because of the pandemic.  Like light refracting and bending through a prism.  But has it really changed? Well, not really. Time is time and we all get the same allotment.  It’s how we use it that’s different.

In business, the difference between success and failure is arguably how time is used. For the CIO, it is using it to create advantage.  Finding a way to move faster and get there in less time, to be demonstrably better in front of and with customers. Meeting their needs, solving their business challenges.

Easy, right?  One thing I’ve observed is how accomplished CIOs have made it to their front foot and moved their business to top of the pack.  Getting the right technology architecture to support customer interactions with the right customer experience strategy goes a long way.

Even with the extraordinary challenges of the pandemic, the front runners have continued to make gains and lead. It starts with the CIO’s strategy and getting the fundamentals in place.  Can you scale to demand?  Can you secure and protect your customer transactions with integrity and in a trusted way?  Can you move at the speed of business the market demands?  Do your infrastructure, systems, and platforms all stack up as “proven” when needed?

Ironically, the platform with the best resume for “proven” may surprise you.  Often misunderstood as not for today’s modern world yetit exists in nearly every industry and sector, and within the top category of performers in those segments.  90% of all credit card transactions are processed on this platform, every day, year-round.   On its resume are a plethora of modern software technologies that make this platform hum.  From AI to Machine Learning, from open technologies to enterprise tools.  The combination of these driving efficiency, operations, and development with availability that is the bedrock of today’s modern digital experience.  Best of all, it easily integrates into hybrid cloud architectures with modern API’s and open standards. 

Now how can that be?  How could the best resume for delivering core business applications have the highest level of resilience and scale not be an obvious choice for today’s CIO?  For lots of not so very good reasons when you look at what it can do and accomplish for today’s most demanding global businesses.

Enough said. Let’s have a conversation, find me @doriajoe on Linkedin.  I look forward to it!

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