65% of CIOs at Logistics and Transportation Companies Agree that Data Control and Ownership is Their Biggest Concern with Cloud Computing

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eyefortransport’s 2011 Logistics and Transportation CIO Report is based on eyefortransport’s annual survey, which had an overwhelming response of 300+ executives this year. Summarized by the report are the industry insights of senior IT executives from DHL, DAMCO, Samskip, UPS, Geodis Wilson, CEVA, DB Schenker, DSV and many more…

eyefortransport’s 2011 Logistics and Transportation CIO Report is based on eyefortransport’s annual survey, which had an overwhelming response of 300+ executives this year. Summarized by the report are the industry insights of senior IT executives from DHL, DAMCO, Samskip, UPS, Geodis Wilson, CEVA, DB Schenker, DSV and many more…

The 2011 Logistics and Transportation Report can be downloaded below now:
http://events.eft.com/cioeu/download-report.shtml

The Report reveals some remarkable statistics, including:

  • 60% of logistics and transportation providers are hosting applications in the cloud

•What is the biggest concern for logistics and transportation CIOs when it comes to cloud computing? 65% of CIOs at Logistics and Transportation companies agree. Find out more in the eyefortransport Report

•Discover what the key motivating factor behind technology upgrades is for 82% of shippers

•What motivates the spending decisions of CIOs from Europe’s largest and most established logistics and transportation companies.

Download the Report once again below:
http://events.eft.com/cioeu/download-report.shtml

The Report from eyefortransport is just one of a number of resources being produced in conjunction with the 12th Logistics CIO and Supply Chain Technology Forums, taking place in Amsterdam on February 22-23.

The event is an elite meeting of CIOs and Senior IT Management from leading logistics and transportation companies, including Safmarine, APM Terminals, CEVA, DHL, Fedex and others. Complimentary passes are available for senior IT and supply chain executives, for details please contact eyefortransport.

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