This event has attracted senior IT leadership from leading organizations such as
Johnson Controls, Aquent, Fordham University, Citigroup, Bank of America, Prada, New York Life Insurance Co, Pfizer, Starwood Hotels, Safeway, Universal Music Group, The New York Times and many more.
Join your senior IT colleagues in an engaging conversation about the future of business and about the role of the CIO in shaping that future. That future is now: Technology is now inexorably intertwined with business strategy, facilitating the creation of fundamentally new value propositions for customers, staff and partners, and creating new models and sources of revenue, expense management, risk management and security.
In a refreshing debate, explore the evolution of the digital business from origins through current state. A major focus of this highly interactive discussion will be upon the unprecedented opportunities available to today’s CIOs who can embrace these changes and step into leadership roles that support their enterprise’s journey into digital business in an increasingly connected world that presents an exponential growth in data.
Participants will benefit from an increased understanding of:
- How to have the right conversations with their internal and external business partners
- How to drive acceptance and adoption to maximize the value of their investments
- How to improve technology use and strategic decisions
Examples of these enabling technologies include mobility, cloud, geospatial, social media, real-time analytics and customer-facing applications, to name just a few. Individually and collectively, these and other technologies have moved the IT function from a tactical enabler of process efficiencies and expense reduction to a strategic driver of revenue and sustainable business growth.
Please note, this event is reserved for technical decision-makers in the role of CIO/VP or Director of IT working in organizations of more than 100 employees (excluding those working at technology service providers, consultancies, and the like).