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Unilever Uses IT To Perform Better In Everything It Does

April 22, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever has applied information technology in everything the company does, including how it interacts with consumers, conducts research and development, product development, and marketing, according to chief information officer Jane Moran. As a CIO, Moran has driven the company’s focus on efforts to create and enable a flexible workforce, as well as provide employees equipped with the latest tools to stay connected and capable of collaborating with colleagues across the globe. In 2015, Unilever’s IT department also focused on improving core business services, achieving 99.8 percent uptime on core IT environment. By improving efficiency, the company was able reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 190,000 tons and cut related costs by €180 million annually.
"CIO 100: Unilever - Jane Moran, CIO", CIO, April 22, 2016, © IDG
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