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The Greater Cincinnati IT Symposium will be taking place on December 6th, 2018 at the Sharonville Convention Center. We invite all local IT leaders and their direct management team to register to attend. By attending you will gain access to all 15 breakout sessions, 3 keynote speakers and the opportunity to connect with other Cincinnati IT executives from the region. Register here.
Starting the day off is a seasoned keynoter, Matthew Guarini, VP, Research Director, Forrester. Matthew leads Forrester's research team serving chief information officers. His team focuses on helping CIOs deliver effective technology strategies that win, serve, and retain customers. His team produces cutting-edge, insightful research focused on the issues most pressing for today's CIOs, including growth,
leadership, change management, future operational and organizational models, and new technologies and business models. During his Keynote, VP, Research Director Matthew Guarini will explore the impacts of this rapidly emerging future on organization, roles, culture, talent, emerging technology, automation, and innovation.
The afternoon keynote speakers are Pete Blackshaw, CEO of Citrifuse and David Adams, Chief Innovation Officer, University of Cincinnati. Mr. Blackshaw and Mr. Adams will be sharing examples of how companies are partnering with startups to innovate.
Closing the day is Victor Fetter, Chief Digital Officer for Vertiv. Victor has over 25 years of experience in using technology to strategically grow and transform global business. Throughout his career, he has led technology transformations at many international companies and is credited with the development and execution of innovative technology strategies. He is known for leveraging global high-performing teams that have used data and automation to transform the client experience and enable operational efficiencies. His topic for the day is “A Pragmatists Approach to Digital Transformation”. Once through his discussion, Victor will moderate a panel of executives discussing what Digital Transformation means to them and how it is impacting their companies.
Among the world-class lineup of keynote speakers there are 15 breakout sessions covering topics on Emerging Technologies, Business Relationship Management, Grow Your Own – Retain and Grow Your Own, Transforming to a Data Culture, Data Privacy, EA the Transformation of the Day, and more. View the whole agenda here.
The Greater Cincinnati IT Symposium is produced and hosted by your peers at the Cincinnati CIO Roundtable, the Greater Cincinnati IT Symposium is the most relevant/actionable event for IT Leaders in our Region. All the session content and speakers were selected by senior IT leaders from our Region to ensure that the sessions will deliver real-world, practical IT experiences which attendees will be able to take back to their own environments.
Registration is open to all IT practitioners from local companies. Vendors, service providers or consultants who are not sponsoring the event are not eligible to register or attend the Symposium.
For sponsorship information please contact, Gary Peyton, gary(at)efminc.com.