TBM Council Announces Winners for 2023 TBM Council Awards
Companies honored for driving operational excellence and business transformation with TBM
TBM CONFERENCE – AUSTIN, TEXAS – October 24, 2023— The Technology Business Management (TBM) Council, a nonprofit organization that helps members ensure value from every tech investment and resource by promoting TBM standards and practices and empowering collaboration between tech leaders and business partners, today announced the winners of the 11th annual TBM Council Awards. Winners were awarded at the TBM Conference on October 24 in Austin, TX. The award ceremony was held during the 11th annual TBM Conference, where TBM, FinOps, and Agile practitioners and executives share experiences, collaborate, and master skills to steer tech investments with data-powered decisions.
The TBM Council Awards provide a front-row seat to the rapidly changing technology landscape. Winners demonstrate the formidable impact of TBM on businesses, their people, and their customers. Nominees were evaluated based on their ability to make strategic decisions in real-time using TBM — demonstrating examples of improved organization alignment and accelerated, data-driven decision-making.
Jack Bischof, General Manager of TBM Council, said, “Innovation, dedication, and excellence have defined the winners of the 2023 TBM Council Awards. Their remarkable achievements serve as beacons of inspiration, showcasing the transformative power of Technology Business Management. Congratulations to all these exceptional teams for setting new standards and driving success in the digital age.”
Winners of the 2023 TBM Council Awards are:
Agile Evolution: McGraw-Hill Education
Awarded for shifting from project- to product-centric investment models and empowering Agile teams to innovate within a financial investment framework.
Business Innovation: Wells Fargo
Awarded for being instrumental in driving one or more significant business innovation(s).
Business Optimization: Red Hat
Awarded for driving meaningful efficiencies in delivering technology to the business and/or helping the business be more efficient.
Cloud Transformation: Iress Limited
Recognized for transforming the development and support of business capabilities by using public cloud infrastructure, platforms, and/or software.
IT Financial Leadership: Markel Group
Recognized for satisfying corporate financial budgeting, forecasting, and reporting requirements while enabling business innovation, service delivery, cloud transformation, or Agile evolution.
Public Sector Excellence: eHealth NSW
Government organization recognized for leveraging the disciplines of the TBM framework to bring a consolidated, transparent view to their technology investments.
Service Excellence: Deutsche Bank & NatWest Group
Awarded for supporting efficient delivery of shared technology services to line-of-business partners and consumers and continuously optimizing costs to serve customers.
TBM Pacesetter: Enbridge Inc.
Awarded for driving mindset changes and accountability for outcomes while quickly implementing or enhancing TBM tools, data, and processes.
Judges’ Choice: UPS
A new award category was introduced this year, recognizing excellence in the face of adversity and the ability to navigate extreme external and/or internal challenges while in pursuit of innovation.
ABOUT THE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS MANAGEMENT COUNCIL
The TBM Council is the preeminent industry organization for technology executives and practitioners. TBM Council is a nonprofit, open ecosystem dedicated to advancing the TBM discipline through education, collaboration, and standards. TBM connects business value to technology investments by giving finance, technology, and business leaders comprehensive visibility, benchmarking, optimization, billing, and planning of their investments regardless of technology stack, delivery, or development model. The TBM Council provides best practices for leaders to leverage so they can react quickly to changing market dynamics and optimize cloud and agile strategies to deliver on business objectives. Membership is open to qualified IT, finance, or business leaders, TBM practitioners, and solution providers who meet applicable membership requirements. For more information or to join, please visit www.tbmcouncil.org