William (Bill) T. VanCuren

William (Bill) T. VanCuren

SVP & Chief Information Officer

Bill VanCuren is Senior Vice president and CIO for NCR Corporation. Bill is a member of both the corporate leadership team and Chief Financial Office organizations.

His current assignment as the CIO has oversight over the full strategic IT portfolio, global networks and processing services for both internal and external customer managed services, and all workgroup collaborative and mobile computing. His role also includes information security and compliancy as well as SaaS datacenter strategy and rationalization.

Bill has driven world-class levels of efficiency and improved effectiveness via a combined IT/Business governance. As a result of implementing leading practice strategies, his organization is consistently named to the InformationWeek 500, and was listed in CIO magazine's 2014 CIO 100. Additionally, Bill was named CIO of the year in Georgia for 2011 and recent interviews of Bill have appeared in the Wall Street Journal and Forbes magazine.

He earned his bachelor's degree, Cum Laude, from The Ohio State University and his MBA from the University of Dayton. He has also received executive training at Stanford University, along with a variety of extended leadership training from the NCR University.

He is a board member of the Technology Association of Georgia and Georgia CIO Leadership Association. Bill is co-host of the TechBridge Digital Ball, which raises funds for IT enabling non-profit organizations in Atlanta. Bill also is an advisory board member to the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business, and University of Georgia MIS program.

Bill lives in Cumming, Georgia with his wife, Jeannie, and sons. His hobbies include skiing, boating, and hiking. Bill is a member of both The Ohio State University Buckeye Club and the President's Club.


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