talking recognition technology – CIO to CIO
Insights | February 1, 2017
Implementing any sort of new technology solution is risky. You want to work with a vendor who is experienced, secure, and won’t create a technological mess for your organization. Recognition technology is no different, and comes with its own set of nuances. Niel Nickolaisen, CIO of O.C. Tanner and one of the Computerworld Premier 100 CIO’s, shares 6 things CIO’s should ask before implementing a recognition program:
- Is it a proven vendor? Do they have experience running recognition programs smoothly and trouble-free with organizations like yours, in a variety of complex environments?
- Will it require a lot of my resources? Will the solution help your organization by making recognition processes easier and more integrated, or will it provide more of a burden on your team and resources to support and troubleshoot?
- How secure is it? No recognition program is worth the risk of a data breach. The solution should meet the necessary information security standards (SOC2 or ISO270 certified and meet SSAE16 standards) and provide adequate access controls and vulnerability testing.
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