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Alternate job titles: CTO | Top Technology Executive | Vice President of Technology

Responsible for the long-range direction of an organization's technology function. Directs the strategic design, acquisition, management, and implementation of an enterprise-wide technology infrastructure. Monitors and analyzes technology and trends that could improve the company's products and performance. Establishes technology standards and communicates technical information to the organization. Typically requires an advanced degree in Computer Science or Engineering. Typically reports to Chief Information Officer or Chief Executive Officer. Manages a business unit, division, or corporate f more...



Alternate job titles: Top Financial Systems Executive | Vice President of Financial Systems

The Chief Financial Business Systems Technology Officer is responsible for planning and directing the design, development, and implementation of financial models for accounting operations. Oversees all aspects of an organization's financial systems. Being a Chief Financial Business Systems Technology Officer typically reports to top management. Requires a bachelor's degree. The Chief Financial Business Systems Technology Officer manages a business unit, division, or corporate function with major organizational impact. Establishes overall direction and strategic initiatives for the given major more...


Alternate job titles: Chief IT Officer | CITO | Top Information Technology Executive | Top IT Officer | Vice President of Information Technology

Establishes and directs the strategic long-term goals, policies and procedures for an information technology department. Determines an organization's long-term systems needs and any hardware acquisitions needed to accomplish the organization's business objectives. Gives technical guidance on high priority projects and orients the company to trends in the information technology industry. Requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or the Chief Operating Officer (COO). Top level or C level management. Responsible for the development of functional or business more...


Alternate job titles: Chief Information Technology Officer | CITO | Top Information Technology Executive | Top IT Officer | Vice President of Information Technology

The Chief IT Officer determines an organization's long-term systems needs and any hardware acquisitions needed to accomplish the organization's business objectives. Establishes and directs the strategic long-term goals, policies and procedures for an information technology department. Being a Chief IT Officer requires a bachelor's degree. Gives technical guidance on high priority projects and orients the company to trends in the information technology industry. In addition, Chief IT Officer typically reports to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or the Chief Operating Officer (COO). Responsible for more...



Alternate job titles: Top Product Management Executive | Chief Product Management and Innovation Officer | Chief Product Officer (CPO) | Executive Director of Strategic Product Management | Head of Product Management | Top Software Product Strategy and Roadmap Executive | Vice President of Product Management and Innovation | VP of Product Management

The Chief Product Officer is responsible for understanding market demands, technology trends, and the competitive field. Directs and oversees all aspects of product life cycle management that meet market and user requirements and that facilitate rapid development and implementation of new products and enhancements. Being a Chief Product Officer requires a bachelor's degree. Manages the strategic product roadmap, product development, product launch, and product marketing. In addition, Chief Product Officer typically reports to top management. The Chief Product Officer manages a business unit, d more...


Alternate job titles: Top Division Operations Executive | Chief Division Operations Executive | COO/Operations Management Division Leader | Divisional Operations Executive

The Chief Division Operations Officer develops policies and procedures for operational processes in order to ensure optimization and compliance with established standards and regulations. Plans and directs all aspects of a division's operational (non-manufacturing) policies, objectives, and initiatives. Being a Chief Division Operations Officer requires a bachelor's degree. May need to regulate reasonable usage of manpower, equipment, and technology. In addition, Chief Division Operations Officer typically reports to top management or a CEO. The Chief Division Operations Officer manages a depa more...



Alternate job titles: Top Product Management Executive | Chief Product Management and Innovation Officer | Chief Product Officer | Executive Director of Strategic Product Management | Head of Product Management | Top Software Product Strategy and Roadmap Executive | Vice President of Product Management and Innovation | VP of Product Management

The Chief Product Officer (CPO) is responsible for understanding market demands, technology trends, and the competitive field. Directs and oversees all aspects of product life cycle management that meet market and user requirements and that facilitate rapid development and implementation of new products and enhancements. Being a Chief Product Officer (CPO) requires a bachelor's degree. Manages the strategic product roadmap, product development, product launch, and product marketing. In addition, Chief Product Officer (CPO) typically reports to top management. The Chief Product Officer (CPO) ma more...


Alternate job titles: Top Total Quality Executive | Chief Total Quality Executive

The Chief Total Quality Officer develops and directs quality policies, standards, and programs designed to drive continuous improvement of organizational processes, products, and services. Oversees all aspects of an organization's total quality function. Being a Chief Total Quality Officer directs cross functional teams and vendors in implementation of quality programs. Develops budgets and sets strategy for investments in technology and assets. In addition, Chief Total Quality Officer incorporates methodologies such as Six Sigma, Lean, or Kaizen in the design and implementation of total quali more...


Alternate job titles: Chief Technology Officer | CTO | Top Technology Executive

The Vice President of Technology directs the strategic design, acquisition, management, and implementation of an enterprise-wide technology infrastructure. Responsible for the long-range direction of an organization's technology function. Being a Vice President of Technology establishes technology standards and communicates technical information to the organization. Monitors and analyzes technology and trends that could improve the company's products and performance. In addition, Vice President of Technology typically requires an advanced degree in Computer Science or Engineering. Typically re more...



Alternate job titles: Chief Technology Officer | CTO | Vice President of Technology

The Top Technology Executive directs the strategic design, acquisition, management, and implementation of an enterprise-wide technology infrastructure. Responsible for the long-range direction of an organization's technology function. Being a Top Technology Executive establishes technology standards and communicates technical information to the organization. Monitors and analyzes technology and trends that could improve the company's products and performance. In addition, Top Technology Executive typically requires an advanced degree in Computer Science or Engineering. Typically reports to Chi more...


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