In Southeast Asia, CIOs' leadership, organization and technology capabilities are closely aligned to overall top performers in many areas. This note provides a SEA regional perspective of the 2017 Gartner CIO Survey, focusing on areas in which SEA CIO respondents differ from their global peers.
- The Importance of Digital Ecosystems
- Monetary Authority of Singapore — An Example of a Regulatory Impetus for a Digital Ecosystem
- SEA CIOs Look to Existing and New External Partners to Source Critical Components for Their More Progressive Digital Initiatives
- SEA CIOs Feel Challenged by an Overall Lack of Skills/Knowledge Availability and This Is a Major Barrier to New Technology and Digital Business Efforts in Their Organizations
- SEA CIOs Are Expected to Support More Revenue Growth Than Global Peers With Lower Budget Increases
- Cost Optimization and Value Generation Drive Positive Perceptions of CIO Leadership
- Strategic Business Priorities in SEA Largely Support Increased IT Spend on Digital
- Technology Spending Trends Show Positive Alignment With Business Priorities
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