Now in its 21st year, the CIO 100 Award is known worldwide as the most prestigious honor in the IT user community and is awarded to 100 companies and their CIOs for leadership in business, technology and innovation. For the third consecutive year, the Dallas-based humanitarian organization, MediSend International , has been honored by CIO Magazine with the coveted distinction. This year MediSend is recognized for applications developed to support operations and management of its biomedical technologies training and educational programs.
In 2007 MediSend International was named a CIO 100 Award recipient for the second consecutive year. CIO Magazine's annual award program presents the coveted honor to the 100 companies whose innovations in IT have transformed their businesses, reached beyond the boundaries of their own resources and created unprecedented opportunities. Now in its 20th year, the CIO 100 is becoming more competitive and bestowed only to a select group of outstanding organizations.
In 2006 MediSend International was awarded the coveted CIO 100 Award for its innovations in the use of IT in supply chain and donor asset management. Every year CIO Magazine identifies and honors 100 organizations that have distinguished themselves by creating business value through the effective and innovative use of IT. A CIO 100 award is an acknowledged mark of enterprise excellence.