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Executive TimeSlice can fill the role of interim or part time CIO or the role of Advisor to the CIO depending on your needs.  An Executive TimeSlice CIO will fill as much of the CIO role as needed for as long as necessary to assure your success. 

We help you by providing a full suite of technology executive services to assure you achieve your business objectives:
- Enhance the role of technology as a driver of revenue
- Increase profits by optimizing spending and resource utilization
- Visualize and build consensus for strategic information initiatives
- Ensure business continuity through risk and security management
- Enhance decision support through comprehensive data analysis
- Ensure compliance with legal requirements
- and much more.

Because we are a third party we can take a look at your business as an investor or auditor would, and advise as needed in preparation for a due diligence, acquisition, or audit.

We are most frequently hired by existing executive staff, such as CEOs, COOs, and CFOs.

The Chief Information Officer (CIO) is the executive who is responsible for the management, implementation and usability of information and computer technologies. The CIO will analyze how these technologies can benefit the company or improve an existing business process and will then integrate a system to realize that benefit or improvement.



Increasingly, CIOs are involved in creating business opportunities through information technology. Collaborating with other executives, CIOs  often work at the core of business development within the organization.



As opposed to a Chief Technology Officer (CTO), who is responsible for designing and building new technologies in support of corporate objectives, the CIO is responsible for implementing existing technologies to achieve those objectives.  The CIO is typically more on the “what do we do” side than on the “how do we do it” side.  In many organizations only one technology executive is needed and that person fills both roles.  In other organizations where both roles are needed, the roles of CIO and CTO could be quite distinct or could overlap significantly, making these roles difficult to precisely define.

What is a CIO?

How we help

Chief Information Officer (CIO) TimeSlice