Public Trust CEO, Bob Smith, has been recognised by CIO magazine for leadership at a time of transformation by being named in the CIO100 for 2018.
The CIO100 is a list compiled by industry experts recognising ICT business leaders who have instigated programmes that have added value and improved company performance.
Candidates are also considered on the degree to which any ICT innovations have delivered a strategic advantage and by how they have personally influenced the decision-making process.
Mr Smith was recognised for his leadership in tackling key challenges after taking the reins at Public Trust in 2013, and for his role in transforming the company’s structure, culture and technology.
“It’s fantastic to be recognised for all the work we’ve done so far to get to this point and we’re now really looking forward to building on this strong foundation,” says Mr Smith.
“Our goal is to give customers more choice in how they interact with us and we feel we’re now in a great position to be able leverage our new platforms to do more for New Zealanders.
“Our digital strategy is woven into our overall business plan for moving Public Trust forward, and we’re quite deliberate in ensuring our technology enhancements are helping to build a strong customer culture and deliver our overall vision and purpose.”
Mr Smith describes the implementation of the platform as the most significant milestone for Public Trust for some time.
More information about the CIO100 can be found on the CIO company website.
Contact: Ian Letham, Content & Communications Consultant