Who does a CTO report to? A CEO will often report to a CEO or CFO.
What does a CTO do? A CTO is generally responsible for all of a company’s technical operations, including both Infrastructure and Software Development. They will research, establish, and guide all IT professionals working under them in reaching a company’s technical goals. CTO’s often manage the company’s technical resources and/or budgets, particularly networks, systems, and software. Additionally, CTO’s may work with other departments and department heads to provide expertise, as well as to clarify the company’s technical goals. They usually aid in vendor selection for technical needs. This position requires an advanced degree like an MBA or Master of Arts in Computer Science, Information Technology, or a relevant field. Candidates for CTO roles should have many years of well-rounded experience in IT—often at least 10 years, if not more. CTO’s also need experience managing technical teams.
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