Atticus Tysen, CIO of Intuit

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

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Atticus Tysen, CIO of Intuit

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

In this interview, Atticus Tysen, CIO of Intuit, discusses World Class IT Principle One, People, and Principle Four, IT & Business Partnerships. Some of the topics discussed include: His journey across multiple parts of Intuit, culminating with the CIO position Working in a technology company where all employees are tech-savvy The advantage of being both a “consumer” and now producer of IT’s value to the organization Methods IT has used to become “product leaders” rather than “order takers” within the organization How he has ensured that the team understands how “customer-centric” technology is used within the organization The skills and roles that are rising in importance within Intuit Advice he would give to CIOs not at technology companies, as a CIO who has worked at multiple tech-centric organizations Resources he uses to remain abreast of innovation and technology Eye on the Trends: Data, and the shift to managed and hosted solutions
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In this interview, Atticus Tysen, CIO of Intuit, discusses World Class IT Principle One, People, and Principle Four, IT & Business Partnerships. Some of the topics discussed include: His journey across multiple parts of Intuit, culminating with the CIO position Working in a technology company where all employees are tech-savvy The advantage of being both a “consumer” and now producer of IT’s value to the organization Methods IT has used to become “product leaders” rather than “order takers” within the organization How he has ensured that the team understands how “customer-centric” technology is used within the organization The skills and roles that are rising in importance within Intuit Advice he would give to CIOs not at technology companies, as a CIO who has worked at multiple tech-centric organizations Resources he uses to remain abreast of innovation and technology Eye on the Trends: Data, and the shift to managed and hosted solutions
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