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Ms. Miriam S. McLemore

Chief Information Officer

Enterprise & Consumer Technology

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Chief Information Officer, Enterprise and Consumer Technology

The Coca-Cola Company

Child Care Aid

Children House

Sales Associate

TJ Maxx


Arthur Andersen & Co.


Hattings Supermarket


Arthur Andersen & Co.


Advisory Board Member
The Georgia CIO Leadership Association

Advisory Boards Member
TechBridge Inc

Board of Regents Member
University System of Georgia


business administration degree

University of North Carolina , Chapel Hill

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Miriam McLemore

CIO, Enterprise & Consumer Technology
The Coca-Cola Company

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Join Honorary Co-Chairs Miriam McLemore, CIO, Enterprise and Consumer Technology of The Coca-Cola Company, and Anil Cheriyan, CIO of SunTrust Bank, for a day on the course, networking with your peers-and it's complimentary!

Miriam McLemore, CIO, Enterprise and Consumer Technology, The Coca-Cola Company

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Left to right: Frank Bell, Founder, GeorgiaCIO; Lisa LaRoque, Executive Director, GeorgiaCIO; John Dunbar, Treasurer, SIM Atlanta & CIO, Atlantic American Corporation; Harper Bronson, Chairman, SIM Atlanta & Director, Strategy & Programs, First Data; James Franklin, CEO, TechBridge; Miriam McLemore, CIO, Enterprise and Consumer Technology, The Coca-Cola Company; Anil Cheriyan, CIO, SunTrust Bank; Mark Farbman, Golf Chair, SIM Atlanta & COO, Tech Providers, Inc.

BoxWorks 2016: How three different CIOs handle digital transformation [cached]

At the company's BoxWorks event in September 2016, speakers included Uber CIO Shobhana Ahluwalia, Coca-Cola CIO Miriam McLemore and GSA deputy CIO Steve Grewal.

For Coca-Cola, the digital focus is more outward than inward, and Miriam McLemore, Coke's CIO, said despite the firm's push towards digital, there is some legacy that cannot be entirely eliminated.
"The company has always put the consumer first. Digitisation, for us, is consumer focused because we are a consumer product. We are consumer-centric," said McLemore.
Part of Coca-Cola's marketing strategy has always been public visibility around the world, and some of its internal activities include supporting its "social interaction centres" which ensure the brand's message is appropriately adapted from country to country, as well as the creation of billions of dollars' worth of social content per year.
"We also have the great benefit of consumers creating content for the Coca-Cola brand," said McLemore.
Miriam McLemore, Coca-Cola
The brand has been working on moving some of its company content and systems into the cloud to make it easier to access across its global business, with functions such as marketing needing to share different strategy documents across regions.
"One of the most important [things to digitise] is the content we need to share with our partners and customers. Partners like Box can get us out the volume of legacy documents we have," said McLemore.
"Solutions like this can faster get us out this legacy world and into the cloud," she added.
McLemore joked the Coca-Cola formula would still be tightly guarded, and would not be finding its way to the cloud.
Coca-Cola has recently undergone some large moves internally, taking its HR systems and data to Workday and leaving its legacy SAP contract.
"Just getting the HR data to Workday and going to an SAS provider for HR is a huge change for the company," said McLemore.
"Once you do a few of those, other pieces start following pretty quickly," she added.
Digitising the physical
Much of Coke's presence in the world is physical, ranging from signage to fridges and vending machines in retail outlets. McLemore says there is an effort within the organisation to digitise these as well.
Ideas such as virtual reality catalogues are being explored by the company to replace "old school" paper catalogues. McLemore said these digital catalogues allow retailers to properly experience how equipment would look in their stores.
"Otherwise you're ordering a product or doing several visits to the store which has expense," she said.
The benefit of the internet of things (IoT) was also highlighted by McLemore, as connected technology would help with the firm's logistics worldwide.
"We have trucks and merchandise moving around and parking in big cities with congested traffic, and being able to service outlets is a challenge for us," said McLemore.

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Miriam McLemore, CIO-Global Functions, The Coca-Cola Company

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