Chief Information Officer
Stephen Little is Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Xerox. He was named to this position in January 2014 and appointed a vice president of the corporation at that time.
As CIO, Little is responsible for the global IT strategy and program execution, information security, governance processes and delivery of the IT infrastructure across the company. In addition, he brings a sharp focus on infrastructure simplification and disciplined execution to his organization, providing IT solutions that deliver value and keep business operations running smoothly.
Prior to becoming the global CIO, Little was the vice president of Program Assurance for Xerox. In that position, he led a highly skilled team who consulted with business leaders to solve challenging technical problems and expedited the completion of complex IT programs.
Little has spent his career leading large IT organizations within multibillion-dollar corporations, including former roles as the director of Infrastructure Services for ITT and as the senior vice president and Chief Information Officer for Schneider Electric. During more than 20 years at Schneider, he held a variety of IT leadership positions and supported business teams all over the world to standardize and simplify IT, enterprise wide.
Little received a Bachelor's degree in Industrial Management from Purdue University and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Chicago.
In the News
CIO.com, “3 critical competencies of the modern CIO”, 2014 April 29