The CIO awards recognize innovation and creativity in planning and deploying enterprise systems, future technology goals, management philosophies and service to the industry and community, according to the Council’s website.
“I was honored to receive the award on the team’s behalf. The Reed Smith IT team’s achievements over the past year have been many, but they were all done to help drive business performance forward and assist our attorneys and staff in satisfying our client’s legal needs,” Agnoli said.
Agnoli is responsible for global IT strategy, technology-enabled business transformation, systems operations, and support for firm growth activities. He was awarded for the mid-size business category; Steven Bugajski of U.S. Steel won for large business; and Brian Vogel of TeleTracking Technologies won in the small-business category.
Agnoli’s other awards and recognitions for IT leadership include: CIO.com / IDG Enterprise: Digital Edge 50 Award (2018); CIO Magazine: CIO100 Award (2019, 2011, 2007, 2004, 2003, 2002) and the CIO100 Plus One Award (2007); IW Magazine: InformationWeek 500 Award (2011, 2010, 2009); Law Technology News: Most Innovative Use of Technology Award (2004); and Pittsburgh Technology Council: Global CIO of the Year Inaugural Award (2005).