Intelligent CIO LATAM Issue 13 - Page 56

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To celebrate the first anniversary of Intelligent CIO Latin America , we invited 10 IT leaders from the region to talk about the main technological challenges of the coming years and discuss the successes of today such as increasing productivity and overcoming adversity .

Overcoming the challenges of today and tomorrow

GUERRA , CIO , ITAÚ UNIBANCO
In a dynamic world like ours , it is necessary to constantly analyze the cultural aspect of the corporate environment so that it continues to be designed entirely for the benefit of customers .
Today , even the most successful organizations must go through this process to keep evolving and remain competitive in the market .

In a scenario where technology advances at a fast Itaú UnibancorRICARDO pace , challenges will constantly be changing , so

Ricardo Guerra , CIO , our professionals must be able to see how they can positively impact lives .
As the largest private bank in Latin America , we closely monitor the development of new technologies and see the process as a natural evolution of our business . However , this has never happened so quickly , making technology increasingly occupy the center of the strategy of institutions . It is why monitoring trends has never been more crucial . We will be able to accelerate our operations and increasingly enhance our ability to develop and deliver new products and services with agility , quality and efficiency , maintaining relevance and leadership in an increasingly competitive scenario .
HEATHER SILSTON , DIRECTOR OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS , COCA- COLA BOTTLERS PUERTO RICO
The main technological challenge in Puerto Rico and much of Latin America is not just in terms of technology but perhaps is socio-economic and political . It requires investment in the national
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