Oshkosh Corporation named by Foundry’s CIO as a 2022 CIO 100 award winner for fourth consecutive year
Mar. 22, 2022
Oshkosh Corporation’s Digital Technology team is powered by team members around the world, all focused on helping our businesses innovate and overcome challenges.
“Digital technology plays a key role in Oshkosh Corporation’s innovation and growth strategy,” said
“This achievement is a reflection of our Digital Technology team’s commitment to providing our customers superior service and differentiated solutions,” said
“This year’s CIO 100 class demonstrates grit, innovation and deep teamwork. Many projects are related to streamlining data flows and insights to drive the business, bringing innovations like the metaverse to life, and driving value during the pandemic in myriad ways,” said
In addition to being named a CIO 100 Awards winner,
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