Last few generations of IT CXOs have been following the mantra “only what can be measured, matters.” However, for their organizations to remain relevant, the focus needs to turn from what’s visible as IT’s activity to what value IT delivers to the business. How are IT CXOs making this shift?
John F. Milazzo Jr, Chief Information Officer, Kodak Alaris
John is the Chief Information Officer for Kodak Alaris, a new company born in 2013 from one of the world's most iconic brands. Kodak Alaris is passionate about using technology to transform organizations and improve people's lives across... More View all posts
John is the Chief Information Officer for Kodak Alaris, a new company born in 2013 from one of the world's most iconic brands. Kodak Alaris is passionate about using technology to transform organizations and improve people's lives across the planet. From our digital scanners and intelligent state of the art software services that power some of the world's largest companies to our photographic paper production, printing kiosks and suite of consumer apps that help people capture and connect with the emotional moments that define all our lives. Its mission is to unlock the power of images and information for the world. John and his global team of approximately 100 IT employees and over 50 contractors is responsible for building a new computing environment for Kodak Alaris. As part of the divestiture, a limited set of systems and supporting infrastructure came with the deal. John and his team, are responsible for building a global computing environment starting with a “green-field”, with the goal of completing it in three years. This involves the deployment of all new systems including ERP, Service, CRM and associated back office systems along with the infrastructure - networks, data centers, help desk and collaboration tools - to support a company located in 30 countries and over 60 locations. Less View all posts