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September 9, 2010

10:30 Registration
11:00 Speaker
12:00 Lunch
VQ Hotel by the stadium


David Neitz
Lincoln Trust Company

www.lincolntrustco.com

Register for the Thursday, September 9, 2010 RMIMA Meeting

I would fire all of IT if I could
David Neitz, Lincoln Trust Company

If you ask the business would they say IT is communicating status but not value, fulfilling requests but not solving problems, and partially deploying technologies but not delivering expected results?

IT at Lincoln Trust was exhibiting many of these behaviors and one of the EVP’s in the business stated “I would fire all of IT if I could”. Learn how a Marketing of IT approach was used to transform IT into an award winning solution provider and trusted partner. Awards gained using the approach include:
 
2010 - CIO Magazine’s “Ones to Watch” award
2010 - CIO Magazine’s Standout award for “Change Leadership”
2010 - CSIA Apex Award for “IT Project of the Year”
2010 - CIO Magazine’s “CIO 100” for top projects
2009 – BPMFocus.org Gold Award “Global Awards for Excellence in Business Process Management and Workflow” representing North America.
2009 - InfoWorld’s “Top 100” projects for BI and BPM
2009 - InfoWorld’s “Top 100” projects for BCP
2009 - Computerworld’s Best Practices in Business Intelligence for “Innovation and Promise in Business Intelligence”
2009 - Computerworld’s Best Practices in Business Intelligence for “Driving Process Management with BI”
2007 - Computerworld’s Best Practices in Business Intelligence for “Innovation and Promise in Business Intelligence”

David Neitz has been Vice President and CTO at Lincoln Trust Company since 2006. He is responsible for the strategic technology direction of the company. He has transformed IT into a strategic solution provider and trusted partner. Working closely with the business, he has led the transformation of the company into an analytical organization by implementing a Business Process Management (BPM) and Business Intelligence (BI) programs that encompasses the entire organization. His work on transforming IT and the business impact of BPM and BI programs earned Lincoln Trust awards from Computerworld for “Best Practices in Business Intelligence” in 2007 & 2009, two awards from InfoWorld for “Top 100” projects in 2009, CIO Magazine’s “CIO 100” award for 2010, CSIA Apex Awards for “IT Project of the Year” in 2010 and Gold award for “Global Awards for Excellence in BPM & Workflow” representing North America in 2009. Prior to joining Lincoln Trust, David was Senior Director at Dex Media, Inc. At Dex he led a major conversion to a core publishing system from 67 legacy systems. This project earned Dex recognition from CIO Magazine with their “CIO 100” award in 2005. His work on sales and operations productivity tools earned Dex the Yellow Pages Publishers Association “Dolphin of the Century” award in 1999. He has held several other senior level positions managing development groups at Qwest and U S West. David obtained an MBA from the University of Colorado Executive MBA program in 1999.

In recognition of his accomplishments, David was selected by a panel of 29 CIO's as one of the 25 IT leaders in the United States that were named as CIO magazine's "Ones to Watch Award" for 2010.  In addition, David received the Standout award for “Change Leadership” by CIO Magazine.
 

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