Interview: LV='s Richard Warner, CIO of the Year 2013

Sooraj Shah
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LV='s Richard Warner tells Sooraj Shah what it means to be crowned the CIO of the Year, and explains how IT has driven growth at the insurance firm

When Richard Warner was rewarded for his outstanding work at insurance company LV= with the CIO of the Year accolade at the UK IT Industry Awards 2013, he said he felt “privileged and surprised”. ...

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