Each day that passes, we see a more volatile, uncertain, and complex business world, evolving. While we struggle mightily to sustain our current existence, and perhaps eke out some incremental growth as we travel along, what is our plan to handle the road farther ahead? How are CEOs, CIOs, and other members of business leadership planning to handle a future of possibilities and challenges?
Todd Coombes, Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer, CNO Financial Group, Inc.
Todd Coombes joined CNO in 2005 and is currently serving as SVP and CIO. Before joining CNO, Coombes was CEO of Health Care Systems Corporation, a software development firm providing SaaS based solutions in the healthcare industry. Prior to... More View all posts
Todd Coombes joined CNO in 2005 and is currently serving as SVP and CIO. Before joining CNO, Coombes was CEO of Health Care Systems Corporation, a software development firm providing SaaS based solutions in the healthcare industry. Prior to HCS, Mr. Coombes was an executive at IBM Corporation in charge of advanced technology for global insurance services. Before IBM, Coombes was CIO and partner at Professional Data Management, an Indianapolis based software vendor. Prior to that, Coombes was Director of Software for R.E. Nolan Management Consultants. In addition to his corporate experience, Coombes has created and launched successful startup businesses in multiple industries including construction, automotive, entertainment, agriculture, communications and technology. He has also consulted on technology-related product strategies and economic development projects in private industry and in government. Servings as an adjunct MBA professor for Anderson University, Coombes also serves on the Board of Directors for the Entrepreneurship Advancement Center, a non-profit economic development organization in Hamilton County, Indiana. Coombes is a Fellow of the Life Management Institute (FLMI – with distinction) and holds the designation of Certified Computing Professional (CCP) from the Institute for the Certification of Computer Professionals. Less View all posts