Features Chief Information Officer

Faris H. Faris

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Hydraulics straining, the forklift plods a steady course through the warehouse, carrying new inventory to be stored on racks or removing inventory for shipping.  It’s a process seemingly as old as warehouses, but there’s a modern twist. Instead of operating on paper and memory, warehouse operators are relying on technology to help find the correct […]

Sharon Noffze – Ervin Industries

Est. reading time: 4 mins

If there’s one regret Sharon Noffze has about working at Ervin Industries, it’s that she never met founder John F. Ervin.  “He was one of the first recyclers, in my opinion,” Noffze says.  Ervin opened his first foundry in 1920, specializing in melting steel scrap and converting it into shot and grit that’s used for […]

Jason Walters – Dorchester County Government

Est. reading time: 5 mins

There’s so much that visitors can enjoy at Ashley River Park, an 85-acre facility that opened this spring near Charleston, South Carolina. There’s a riverside trail, a fishing pond, a kayak launch, dog park, two sheltered picnic areas and a splash pond, among other features.  Oh, and visitors can check their emails, too.  The free […]

Alan McMillan – PRIDE Industries

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Even under the best of circumstances, a cloud migration might consume the efforts of 30 to 40 technologists for at least three months. Testing, feedback and collaboration are just a few parts of the process, and shortcomings anywhere stand to jeopardize the result. Alan McMillan had to do this remotely when he undertook what he […]

John Puopolo – CorEvitas

Est. reading time: 3 mins

When a pharmaceutical company creates a new medication for a chronic illness, like psoriasis, it must maintain the effectiveness and safety of that medication and report adverse events to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Instead of collecting the data and developing evidence for the drug itself, however, it might contract with a company like […]

Abbas Faiq – Imperva

Est. reading time: 4 mins

After acquiring companies over the past several years, Imperva has integrated dozens of new employees, assets and systems. In most ways, these additions have made the cybersecurity software company stronger. However, it became clear to executives that disparate systems were difficult for customers to navigate. An internal effort was launched in late 2020 to begin […]

Ramon Padilla, Jr. – University of Tennessee System

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When leaders at the University of Tennessee System decided the organization needed a digital transformation, they knew they needed to hire someone with more than just strong IT skills. They needed someone who could help manage large-scale change. Checking both these boxes was Ramon Padilla, Jr., who was hired as chief information officer in November […]

Cesar Quebral – Genesis Capital

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The fix-and-flip market has been thriving in many locales, what with enterprising types buying, rehabbing and reselling properties and repeating the process. As a residential lender based in Southern California, Genesis Capital had been extending financing, but its IT infrastructure and security program required work to support the company’s rate of growth and expansion. So […]

Mohan Ambaty – Indiana Department of Health

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indiana Department of Health would process 100,000 lab results each month. Within the first few months of the pandemic, that number jumped to 1.5 million. Unprepared to handle such volume, its system became overloaded and couldn’t perform as expected. “Things may have been operating perfectly before COVID, but everything […]

Jericho Simmons – Sound Physicians

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Jericho Simmons is not among the doctors, CRNAs, advanced practice providers or nurses Sound Physicians provides to health care networks throughout the U.S. for acute care services. However, as chief information security officer, Simmons manages the company’s security, ensuring that sensitive data such as personal health information is protected. Founded in 2001, Sound Physicians is […]

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