Many corporate initiatives claim to be focused on people, processes, and technology—but few truly achieve innovation in all three areas. This year's Alexander Hamilton Award–winning projects in the category Technology Excellence defy that trend.

All three projects made great strides in the realm of technology, obviously, but their innovative thinking did not end there. "We talk a great deal about people, process, and technology, because there's a widespread interconnectivity between them in our organization," says David Deranek, director of enterprise treasury operations for Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC). "Having the right people, with the right skill sets, in the right places is essential to building a more proactive treasury. When you have that, you can architect a modern treasury that really enables skilled teams to do what is asked of them."

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