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Teradata’s Stephen Brobst Named 4th in ExecRank’s 2014 Top U.S. CTO List

Teradata's Stephen Brobst Named 4th in ExecRank's 2014 Top U.S. CTO List - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Stephen Brobst
Stephen Brobst
Stephen Brobst

Stephen Brobst, chief technology officer of Teradata, has been named by ExecRank to the publication’s list of its top five CTOs in the U.S. for 2014 out of more than 2,500 screened CTOs.

His rank rose from 14th in 2012 to the current rank of fourth, the company said Monday.

“We are extremely impressed with the continuing achievements of Stephen Brobst. His work and reputation are highly regarded in his industry and among other Chief Technology Officers,” said Chris Beaver, ExecRank managing director.

The announcement stated that the ranking is based on a combination of executive and company performance, feedback from peers and evaluation committees as well as recommendations from the finalists’ superiors.

Track record, experience and impact to their company’s development are also factors.

According to Teradata, Brobst has guided the company in its information technology operations and specializes field of big data analytics.

He has been a member of the company’s executive team since 1999 and has served in the President’s Council of Advisers on Science and Technology working group for networking and IT research and development program review.

ExecRank named the CTOs of Amazon.com, Tesla and Intel in the top three.

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