The 30 Most Highly Compensated Executives Of Publicly Held Solution Provider Companies In Fiscal 2022
Accenture had five executives in the top 10 on CRN’s list of the top 30 most highly compensated solution provider executives of publicly held companies in Fiscal Year 2022, including Chairperson and CEO Julie Sweet.
Accenture, the $61.6 billion solution provider behemoth that is No. 1 on the 2023 CRN Solution Provider 500, took five of the top 10 positions in CRN’s Top 30 Most Highly Compensated Executives of Publicly Held Solution Provider’s in Fiscal Year 2022 list.
The Accenture top executives on the CRN list include Accenture Chairperson and CEO Julie Sweet with $33.70 million in total compensation, the No. 1 most highly compensated executive on the list; Accenture North America CEO James Etheredge with $11.19 million in total compensation, No. 5 on the CRN list; Accenture Chairman of Growth Markets Gianfranco Casati with $11.06 million in total compensation, No. 7 on the CRN list; Accenture CFO KC McClure with total compensation of $11.02 million, No. 8 on the list; Accenture Europe CEO Jean-Marc Ollagnier with total compensation of $11.01 million, No. 9 on the list.
In Fiscal Year 2022, Accenture reported a 17 percent increase in earnings per share to $10.71 on a 26 percent increase in sales in local currency to $61.6 billion.
Sweet’s total compensation was $4.99 million higher than the No. 2 executive on the list, DXC Technology President and CEO Michael Salvino with $28.71 million in total compensation.
The third-highest-paid executive on the list, former Cognizant CEO Brian Humphries, was far below Sweet and Salvino with $17.93 million in total compensation.
CDW had four executives on the list led by CDW Chairperson, President and CEO Christine Leahy, No. 6 on the list with total compensation of $11.15 million. The other CDW executives on the list were:Chief Commercial and Operating Officer Christina Corley, No. 23 on the list with $4.72 million in total compensation; CDW Chief Growth and Innovation Officer Sona Chawla, No. 24 on the list with $4.72 million in total compensation; and CDW Senior Vice President and CFO Albert Miralles, No. 30 on the list with $4.03 million in total compensation.