Columbus-based Aflac Inc. has snagged a spot on InfoWorld magazine’s 2010 list of green information technology stars.
The Green 15 Awards honors companies that are using technology to create more environmentally-friendly operations.
Aflac was recognized for its use of electronic documents and energy-efficient network printers. This has resulted in faster policy processing and lower bills, the magazine said.
This year’s list also included Dell, KPMG, Syracuse University and Raytheon, which recently opened a center in Columbus to test new warfighter technologies. The U.S. defense contractor was recognized for reducing fuel waste at its Antarctica station.
InfoWorld is a trade publication for information technology managers.