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We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Oracle Excellence Awards.
Mittal played a key role in implementing smart and robust technology solutions, helping to establish a new IT architecture and digital platforms, supporting new cutting-edge innovations for the bank. Ten-second loan, Payzapp solutions, and next-generation digital solutions like Smartbuy have helped enhance customer experiences, while contributing to HDFC Bank’s recognition as India's most valuable brand. Click here to hear from 2016 CIO of the Year winner, Munish Mittal.
Kitazawa led the IT-Toyota New Global Architecture (IT-TNGA) initiative, achieving a 30 percent cost reduction in five years. Toyota has built a strong relationship with Oracle, sharing the IT-TNGA architectural vision and enabling the two companies to jointly develop a state-of-the-art IT platform that has increased security, scalability, and reliability while enabling collaborative and innovative expansions with cutting technologies.Click here to hear from 2016 CIO of the Year winner, Hiroaki Kitazawa.
Kirit has been at the forefront of adopting best business practices and establishing a technological platform that is scalable and supports Landmark’s aggressive growth plan and management vision. Over its decade-long relationship with Oracle, the Landmark Group has grown its store presence from 200 to nearly 2,000, and increased employee strength to 50,000 with a customer base of over 10 million in the Middle East region. Click here to hear from 2016 CIO of the Year winner, Kirit Shah.
Vera has led Banco de Chile toward a significant transformation, improving the experience of its millions of customers by delivering products and services leveraging the full stack of Oracle solutions, including engineered systems, technology, middleware, and applications, both on premises and in Oracle Cloud. Banco de Chile has streamlined services from multiple vendors into a strong relationship with Oracle that enables it to ensure greater stability and a higher standard of service, supported by Oracle Advanced Customer Support Services and Consulting. See article in Profit magazine and click here to hear from 2016 CIO of the Year winner, Ignacio Vera.
With Hassman’s leadership, Pella has established itself as an innovator and world-class customer service organization. Hassman plans to continue driving growth and modernization at the company and has embarked on a 10-year plan to transform Pella across multiple lines of business with Oracle technologies—most recently working with the Oracle Service Cloud team to enable modern services solutions that help Pella deliver exceptional customer experience. Read about Hassman and Pella on Forbes OracleVoice, click here to hear from 2016 CIO of the Year winner, and see article in Profit magazine.
Sylvester has dramatically transformed the Los Angeles Department of Public Social Services’ technology footprint over 10 years through the successful delivery of numerous innovative IT projects and implementations, including call center telephony, VoIP, SOA solutions, document imaging and electronic records management, mobile applications, predictive analytics and data mining, business intelligence, advanced networks, and virtualization. His consistent success in implementing mission-critical projects and new technologies, as well as inspiring the growth of innovative culture in his department, has made him a highly regarded CIO within Los Angeles County and across California. Sylvester’s most recent achievement includes overseeing the successful implementation—ahead of schedule and on budget—of the largest health and human services public assistance case management and benefits issuance system in the nation. Known as LRS and composed of numerous Oracle components throughout the solution stack, the system serves more than 3.5 million participants in Los Angeles County alone and saved the county, state, and federal government millions in legacy system cost avoidance. See article in Profit magazine including Michael Sylvester.