Chief solutions officer

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A chief solutions officer (CSO), sometimes known as chief innovation officer, is a corporate title referring to an executive responsible for the identification, development and delivery of reliable and innovative business and technology solutions[1]. The primary focus of a chief solutions officer and general manager is to drive growth for the company by creating value for his or her stakeholders[2]. Most often the position reports to the chief executive officer.


The chief solutions officer is responsible for the identification, creation, development and delivery of business and technology solutions. This includes, for example, the innovation process[3] and from it the identification of new products, services and technologies, the development of strategies, capabilities and the inception of programs and projects to exploit those opportunities.

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  1. ^ "CHIEF SOLUTIONS OFFICER – OIT". Retrieved 2019-02-11.
  2. ^ CNBC (2018-06-28). "Rajul Rana Joins Ness as Chief Solutions Officer". Retrieved 2019-02-11.
  3. ^ "Chief Solutions Officer Role Created at AgileThought". AgileThought. 2016-04-27. Retrieved 2019-02-11.