Features November 2018

Daniel Colin – Union de Credito Concreces

In Mexico, where a growing economy has made securing a loan more arduous—and competitive—than ever, Chief Technology Director  Daniel Colin and his team aren’t merely improving the business loan process; they’re taking it to another level at Union de Credito Concreces (UCC). “The tools we have allow us to be much faster and more efficient […]

David Esping – Ozarks Technical Community College

While our college experiences are in many ways defined by buildings themselves—the gothic brick and modernist concrete, the teeming dorms and chock-full lecture halls—the technological infrastructures can be equally evocative. Without reliable internet, those memories can be colored quite differently. And not in sunny hues, either. Looking at the modern, arched opening of Ozarks Technical […]

Derek Sailors – Community Hospital

No offense to the Cornhusker State, but Nebraska isn’t known for its innovation. As Derek Sailors quips of its remote and rural quality, “our email still comes in via pony express.” Or consider the fact that the state recently adopted the self-deprecating tourism slogan, “Honestly, it’s not for everyone!” But Community Hospital in McCook is […]

Doug Duncan – Columbia Insurance Group

There was no need for Doug Duncan to be a disruptor when he stepped into the role of CIO at Columbia Insurance Group in August 2017. The midsized commercial property and casualty insurer in Columbia, Missouri, was already a stable operation bolstered by a capable info-tech department of nearly 50. So the midcareer technologist’s responsibilities […]

Esteban R. Velez – Classic Hotels & Resorts

Whether he’s on a business trip or just vacationing with his young family, Esteban R. Velez will look up the hotel’s info-tech director and ask him or her to lunch. “My kids hate me for that,” the jovial Velez tells Toggle. “But in this line of work, it’s essential that we all share ideas. The […]

Garth Nel—Dover Food Retail

“Don’t follow the sheep,” Garth Nel advises when asked what he’d tell young people pursuing a technical career. “Make sure you’re visible, drive change and engage with the business.” With info-tech being such an essential and evolving industry, Nel warns it’s no place for its practitioners to stand still. Nel sure hasn’t stayed stationary, beginning […]

Gregory J. Turner – MTM Technologies

When it comes to cyberdefense in that perpetual war between the white and black hats of info-tech, there’s no Great Wall of China. So reminds Gregory J. Turner, the CIO and senior vice president of services for IT seller and solutions provider MTM Technologies in Stamford, Connecticut. Even if there were, he explains, it would […]

James Kurek – Liberty Property Trust

High-tech oversight of more than 600 properties in the United States and United Kingdom needed upgrading. In-house, legacy software was an impediment to efficiency. So last year, Liberty Property Trust looked to bring aboard an info-tech boss who could help on all fronts, settling on James Kurek, an IT veteran of a quarter-century, whose background […]

Jason Rooks – Parkway School District

On a Wednesday morning in mid-September, a car carrying four high-school students pulls into the parking lot of a mall in Chesterfield, Missouri. Within a few minutes, three more cars arrive. There are 10 students in total, mostly juniors and seniors, all eager for the day ahead. Once inside the mall, they thread through the […]

John Kravitz – Geisinger Health

In the past, a patient might go days—even weeks—before knowing the results of their scan. At Pennsylvania’s Geisinger Health, the clinical team are using a specific kind of machine learning, known as tensor flow, to take a deeper, on-the-spot dive into radiology scans—deep enough to notice things they weren’t even looking for. If a tumor […]

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