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COMPETITION WATCH: UPS appoints new CIO

ATLANTA, Ga. -- UPS has appointed Dave Barnes as CIO, succeeding Ken Lacy, who will retire.<br>...


ATLANTA, Ga. — UPS has appointed Dave Barnes as CIO, succeeding Ken Lacy, who will retire.<br>
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Barnes iscurrently the vice president of customer and operations application portfolios in Information Services, directing the technology development activities of approximately 3,000 of UPS’s 4,700 technology professionals. <br>
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In succeeding Lacy, Barnes will join the UPS Management Committee, which directs the day-to-day management of the company. <br>
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“Dave Barnes has managed virtually all UPS technology initiatives that directly touch the customer, including ups.com and a growing number of Internet-based shipping tools. His customer focus will ensure our technology decisions remain market-driven, sustaining our competitive advantage,” said Mike Eskew, Chairman and CEO of UPS. <br>
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Barnes became the head of UPS Customer Information Management in 1998. <br>


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