ISACA Wins the 2019 ITCC Innovation Award

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Join us in congratulating ISACA for winning the 2019 Innovation Award! This annual award serves to recognize leadership initiatives that have positively impacted a company or the IT certification industry. ISACA’s innovative approach to journey mapping allowed for them to quickly solve problems, as well as turn future strategy into a narrative that the entire organization and partners could get behind. It has been such a powerful tool for them to ensure that they are quickly and deliberately focusing efforts and resources where customers will see the value. ISACA is an independent, nonprofit, global association that engages in the development, adoption and use of globally accepted, industry-leading knowledge and practices for information systems.

“It is with great pleasure that we recognize the wonderful and innovative improvements that ISACA made for their certification program and most importantly for their candidates. Taking a step back and evaluating our programs from various personas can certainly lead to greater candidate and organizational satisfaction. Congratulation to ISACA for choosing to do this, making the improvements and for being our 2019 Innovation Award recipient.” ~Kristin Gibson, ITCC Board Chair

The award was presented at the Spring Member Meeting in Orlando, Florida on March 17, 2019. For information on the ITCC Innovation Award and past award winners like SAP and IBM, please visit the Innovation Award page found on the ITCC website.

Sheri Buergey, Senior Manager for Organizational Change, Learning and Development with ISACA received the award during the ITCC spring member meeting in Orlando, Florida.

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