Technology Managers Forum Recognizes Best Practices in IT Management

  • Technology Managers Forum has announced the winners of its 15th annual Best Practice Awards program.
  • The Best Practice Awards were presented at Technology Managers Forum’s 16th annual conference, TechForum’s Security Forum: Securing the Virtual Enterprise, held October 8th in downtown Manhattan.
  • TechForum’s Best Practice Awards program, founded in 1996 by executive director Priscilla Tate, was designed to recognize and promote excellence in the business management of technology. The term Best Practices refers to processes proved to be the most effective means of implementing a project, and which are significant in that they are innovative and can be replicated. The Best Practice Awards program is particularly distinguished by the caliber of its judging panel, which features practicing Fortune 1000 technology managers.

Technology Managers Forum’s 2009 Best Practice Awards honorees include the following organizations:

In the Technology Innovation category, the first place winner is PHH Arval.

In the Business Process Improvement category, there were two winners who tied for First Place: Pershing LLC; and United States Postal Service. Honorable Mention in the Business Process Improvement category was awarded to Accenture.

In the Information Security category the First Place winner was The University of Chicago Medical Center, along with their technology partner Layer 7 Technologies. Honorable Mention in Information Security was awarded to The George Washington University, Georgetown University and American University, for a joint project.

In the Storage Management category, the First Place winner was Prudential Financial, Inc.

All winners were chosen from nominations from organizations in the United States, Europe and Asia. As Technology Managers Forum’s Best Practice Awards program moves into its 16th year, it upholds its significant contribution to the establishment of benchmark best practices for IT management in large enterprises.