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1 2013 InformationWeek 500 Executive Survey Research Findings Innovation That Gets Results September 2013 © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

2 Cloud, data analytics, social, mobile: These trends continue to generate buzz, but our InformationWeek 500 companies aren’t using hyped techs just to say they’re on board. Rather, they’re taking very practical approaches to ensure that new (and established) technologies drive their businesses forward. Among the 500 respondents to our Executive Survey, 49% say adding efficiency is among their top three technology goals this year. Right behind efficiency: introducing an IT-led product for customers, at 44%. Other data points: >> 66% currently use public social networks for customer interaction. >> 50% cite deploying business intelligence or data analytics tools more broadly as among the top three most effective technology steps taken in the past year to improve employee productivity. >> 47% give employees access to corporate data and apps beyond via personal devices on a widespread basis. >> 33% say their next fiscal year IT budgets will increase by at least 5%. Respondent breakdown: Companies must have $250 million in revenue to apply for the IW 500; 54% are from publically held companies, and information technology, healthcare and medical, and consulting and business services are well-represented. Want more? Visit InformationWeek ReportsInformationWeek Reports Executive Summary v

3 Efficiency Paramount: Execs are scrutinizing business processes. © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

4 Social Power: Ignore Twitter at your peril. © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

5 Eyes on the Cash: Revenue under constant scrutiny. © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

6 Analyze This: BI tools key to productivity gains. © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

7 Mobility Rolls On: But IT must move beyond . © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

8 No Shopping: Mobile app stores can add convenience but are largely unused. © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

9 IT as Revenue Driver: Patent progress stalled, but... © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

10 IT as Revenue Driver: Most contribute to the bottom line. © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

11 Line to the Top: Many CIOs have direct lines to CEOs. © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

12 Busy Signals: Despite advances, telecom still demands attention. © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

13 In the Money: Most seeing budget growth. © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

14 More With Less: Still, most tech shops run lean. © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

15 Financial IT Earns Big: But education, consulting, media do well, too. © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

16 Demographics: Industry breakdown. © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

17 Demographics: Public versus private. © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

18 Research Synopsis Survey Name 2013 InformationWeek 500 Executive Survey Survey Date June 2013 Region North America Number of Respondents 500 Methodology The InformationWeek 500 is open to companies with revenue of $250 million or more (or subsidiaries of parents with $250 million or more in revenue). This year, we made a few exceptions to allow companies just below that revenue that are highly IT-intensive. To be considered for the InformationWeek 500, qualifying companies must complete a rigorous application on their business technology strategies. The process is both quantitative and qualitative, whereby applicants earn points based on their responses to a questionnaire, and are also evaluated based on the achievements they outline in an essay submission. Completed applications are reviewed by a panel of InformationWeek editors who determine the final ranking by factoring in both the quantitative results and qualitative judgments. The data is aggregated across all InformationWeek 500 companies and by industry; individual responses are kept confidential and individual company data is never disclosed without permission. Want more? Visit InformationWeek ReportsInformationWeek Reports © 2013 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

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