MediSend International is Honored with CIO 100 Award for the Second Consecutive Year


MediSend International has been 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.

According to Abbie Lundberg, Editor in Chief of CIO magazine, “The CIO 100 award recipients serve as industry role models for business and IT excellence. This year’s winners demonstrate extraordinary results in a variety of important areas, including business transformation, collaboration, customer innovation and top line contributions.”

“It is an honor to be recognized by CIO for the advances we have made in our Donor Asset Management and Enterprise Tracking and Reporting Systems. Our systems enable MediSend to deliver improved value to both our donors and beneficiaries in the mission of Sending Hope and Saving Lives to developing countries worldwide,” says Nick Hallack, President and CEO of MediSend International.

The 2007 CIO 100 Awards will be presented at the La Costa Resort & Spa in Carlsbad, California, on August 21 at the conclusion of the ninth annual CIO 100 Symposium® and Awards Ceremony. MediSend International will be present to accept the award.

About MediSend International
MediSend International is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, humanitarian organization that provides medical aid and education to people in need in developing countries worldwide. MediSend’s global mission includes the distribution of medical supplies and equipment in long-term medical aid programs, disaster-emergency medical relief campaigns, and educational programs in Biomedical Equipment Repair. MediSend International has distributed more than 590 shipments of medical supplies and equipment, valued at over $72 million dollars to needy communities in 93 developing countries.

About CIO Magazine
Launched in 1987, CIO magazine addresses issues vital to the success of chief information officers (CIOs) worldwide. The CIO portfolio includes a companion website (, CIO Executive Programs and the CIO Executive Council. CIO properties provide technology and business leaders with analysis and insight on information technology trends and a keen understanding of IT’s role in achieving business goals. The U.S. edition of the magazine and website are recipients of 140 awards to date, including two Grand Neals from the Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Awards and two Magazine of the Year awards from the National Society of Business Publication Editors. CIO magazine is published in more than a dozen countries, including Australia, Canada, China, France and Germany. CIO magazine,, CIO Executive Programs and the CIO Executive Council are produced by International Data Group’s award-winning business unit: CXO Media Inc.