The CIO & CMO – Adversaries No More

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As marketing is getting more and more complex, data intensive and technology driven, it is important for CIOs to understand the new marketing era we live in. The pressure for CIOs to earn a seat at the strategic table was greatly enhanced by Gartner's report in 2012 that pointed to the CMO as the champion of the technology budget in the near future. Specifically, CIOs can partner with marketing leaders to optimize the use of technology to increase execution velocity and scale departmental efficiency. A collaborative relationship between the CIO and CMO is a must in today's evolving IT landscape, as they drive towards ensuring a customer-driven approach that benefits the entire business.

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  • “Better Connections. Better Experiences. For Everyone” can only be achieved if you consider the most impactful and influential trends of our (or possible any) time in history.
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  • http://www.cio.com/article/744601/State_of_the_CIO_2014_The_Great_SchismIn our 13th annual State of the CIO survey, 25 percent of the 722 CIOs we surveyed report that the IT group is perceived by colleagues as a true business peer--or even a game-changer--that can create and launch new products and open new markets.
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  • CIOs and CMOs: Power couple or strange bedfellows?, January 2014http://www.networkworld.com/news/2014/010614-cio-cmo-277271.html
  • HBR: Should Your CIO Be Chief Digital Officer?, August 2013http://blogs.hbr.org/2013/08/should-your-cio-be-chief-digit/So, should your CIO take on digital responsibilities? Here are some questions you can ask yourself:Is your CIO great at the CIO role? Is IT clearly running well? Are IT costs and agility what you want them to be? If your answer to these questions is “no,” then you probably want your CIO to focus on fixing IT, not expanding beyond IT.Is your CIO ready for a CIO-Plus role? Do you see your CIO as a senior executive colleague or just a leader of the technology function? Has he successfully managed non-technical roles such as merger integration, process management, or shared services? Is your senior team smarter when your CIO is in the room?Does your CIO have digital expertise? Can she talk the language of social media or mobile or analytics, and can she help you understand? Does she understand the digital threats and opportunities your company faces — from inside and outside its industry? Can she create a compelling digital vision for the firm?Will your CIO command respect across the enterprise? The CDO role can require even more political savvy and communication skills than the CIO role does. Is your CIO up to the task of driving change across a strong-willed senior executive team? Can she engage a busy workforce to turn digital vision into reality?
  • By 2015, 25 Percent of Large Global Organizations Will Have Appointed Chief Data Officers, January 2014http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/2659215Gartner Predicts That by 2014, More Than 20 Percent of Government Organizations Will Have Appointed a Chief Digital OfficerOctober 2013http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/2615319
  • HBR: CMOs and CIOs Need to Get Along to Make Big Data Work, February 2014http://blogs.hbr.org/2014/02/cmos-and-cios-need-to-get-along-to-make-big-data-work/
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  • The CIO & CMO – Adversaries No More

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    16. ©2014 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. State of the CIO 2014 Digital strategist or traditional CIO? §  90% of CIO: role is increasingly challenging; 65% role is becoming more rewarding §  44% of CIOs report to the CEO. Tenure is six years, while average pay is holding at $219,500 §  CIOs spend significant time to focus with business leaders - up to 25% of week §  Game-changers CIOs average salary $249,000. (70% report to CEO) vs cost-center CIOs ($182,000 and 37% to CEO) §  48% of CIOs: IT groups is viewed as a cost center or service provider §  61% CIOs have part of their compensation tied to a specific corporate revenue or profit goal
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    19. ©2014 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. The Marketing Function Will Undergo the Greatest IT-Driven Business Transformation 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% IT Accounting / Finance / Billing Human Resources & Training Engineering, Architecture & Supply Chain Management Other Horizontal Sales Customer Service Risk and Security Industry Specific Operations Marketing 19 U.S. IT Spending by Line of Business 5 Year CAGR (2012-2017) Excludes Government and Education Source: IDC’s Line of Business Forecast. Preliminary Data. October, 2013
    20. ©2014 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. CMOs – 2014 and Beyond How will CMOs and CIOs work together?
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    22. ©2014 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. Digital Marketing Expertise is Now a ‘Must Have’ for B2B Marketing Organizations 22 13% 19% 26% 29% 34% 39% 44% 50%+ 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 %ofTotalProgramSpend Digital Marketing Program Spend Source: IDC’s 2014 Tech Marketing Benchmarks Study
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    27. ©2014 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. §  Is CDO the next step for the aspiring CIO-Plus? §  The CDO’s job is to turn the digital cacophony into a symphony §  Roughly 20% of CIO’s in a Gartner survey said they played the role of a CDO §  To build great digital capabilities you need to link to your existing IT capabilities/people §  2011 – 75 CDOs. 2013 – 500 CDOs. 2014 – 1,000 CDOs. Should Your CIO be the Chief Digital Officer?
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    29. ©2014 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. §  100 CDOs serve in large global organizations in 2014, more than double that in 2012 §  By 2015, 25% of large global organizations will have appointed Chief Data Officers §  Over 25% of CDOs are women, almost twice as high as for CIOs (13%) §  By 2014, more than 20% of government organizations will have appointed a CDO Chief Digital Officers
    30. ©2014 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. CMOs and CIOs Need to Get Along to Make Big Data Work §  Data-driven companies are 5% more productive and 6% more profitable §  Marketers spend $50 billion on Big Data and analytics capabilities §  Per Gartner, the CMO’s IT budget is expected to outstrip the CIO’s by 2018 §  CMO (customer data) and CIO (Big Data backbone) are natural partners
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