Orlando Agrippa, Named 2015 Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leader
Orlando Agrippa, Qlik Luminary and Draper & Dash CEO has been named 2015 Computerworld premier 100 IT leader!!
Qlik, a leader in data discovery, recently announced that customer Orlando Agrippa has been named a Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leadership Awards honouree. Orlando has been a long term user of Qlik, initially deploying the solution in Hospitals since 2009. Since then he has successfully implemented the solution in various organisations throughout his career. As Executive Director at Draper & Dash Orlando continues to provide deep business analytics and intelligence, embedded in QlikView applications to healthcare across the globe.
“Orlando truly understands the power that data has in improving an organisation from top to bottom,” said Chris Christy, National Healthcare Market Director at Qlik. “He has been a Qlik customer for many years now, and we are thrilled to see him recognized for his accomplishments by the Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leadership Awards list.”
Solutions provided by Orlando have started in the roots of the organisation – from implementing Qlikview right through to delivering a streamlined set of applications that offer greater insight into operations such as productivity, patient outcomes and efficiencies across the hospital. The solutions have empowered daily operations and users to address critical information such as operating theatres efficiency, patient arrivals and departures, mortality rates and readmissions.
Each year, IDG’s Computerworld announces the Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leadership Awards honouring individuals who have had a positive impact on their organisation through technology. Honoured individuals manage internal IT organisations, mentor and motivate their IT teams with interesting challenges, envision innovative solutions to business problems and effectively manage and execute IT strategies.
Please join us in congratulating Orlando on his success by tweeting him @OrlandoAgrippa with the #2015ComputerworldITLeader