How to deliver your digital strategy? Learn from the CIOs that have been there and done it!

March 30, Aviva Stadium, Dublin TicketsAgenda

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Speakers Include

Yvonne Goff

Yvonne Goff

Chief Clinical Information Officer, HSE

Jos Creese

Jos Creese

'The most influential and innovative CIO in the UK'

Tim Hynes

Tim Hynes

CIO, AIB

Michael Duggan

Michael Duggan

Global CIO, Oxfam

Ruth Buckley

Ruth Buckley

Head of ICT and Business Services, Cork City Council

Ian Cox

Ian Cox

Research Director, Gartner, UK

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What We Offer

Unlocking your company’s digital future

 

Senior IT professionals with a strategic focus on their business and the role of technology in it will converge on the Aviva Stadium on March 30 for a day of insights, learning and knowledge-sharing. The day will provide attendees with expertise from the best of the best as they reveal all they know about the pressing issues, new trends, emerging technologies and the evolving role of the CIO. The day will consist of keynote addresses, real–world case studies, interactive panel discussions and Q&A sessions.

Digital disruption will also be a key focus of the summit. While up to 70% of Irish organisations (including semi-state, state and Irish based multi-nationals) recognise they face digital disruption over the next 2 years, worryingly, few are prepared for it or effectively considered how it could / will affect the way they will do business with their customers.

Here are the topics our experienced CIO speakers will cover on the day:

  • KEYNOTE: Addressing the unseen barriers that could derail your organisation’s digital ambitions
  • How can established enterprises keep the up-starts from eating their lunch? We hear from a CIO who has worked in start-ups and incumbent businesses
  • CASE STUDY: Insights from a disruptor: What can established companies learn from a digital-only start-up?
  • Are you a slow adopter or a trailblazer? Research on the state of digital in Irish organisations
  • Technology for winning customer experience (CX) strategies
  • PANEL DISCUSSION: Talent management: Building a motivated team ready to deliver the results you need
  • What every CIO needs to know about technology risk and cybersecurity
  • What’s the next big thing? Emerging technologies and what they mean for your business
  • KEYNOTE: The digital journey and creating the CIO role of the future
  • PANEL DISCUSSION: The CIO is dead! Long live the CIO…

Our previous CIO Summits have been attended by decision-makers with the following titles:

 

CIO, CTO, Head of IS, Head of IT, Head of Strategy, Group IT Director, Head of IT Europe, Corporate IT Director, IT Projects Manager, Technology Manager, Director of Technology & Data Services, MD, CEO, IT Manager, Data Analyst

 

Delegates attended from the following well-known organisations:

 

Enterprise Ireland, Local Government Management Association, Eirgrid, Bord na Mona, Dublin City Council, DCU, TCD, NUIM, Offaly CoCo, Fingal CoCo, Beaumont Hospital, Limerick City Council, Prison Service, Repak, EPA, United Drug, Invesco, aib bank, Mercury Engineering, BT, Fujitsu, Abtran, Independent News & Media, Arnotts, Dell, KPMG, Mainstream Renewable Power, Accenture, Sungard, Davy Stockbrokers, Friends First, Intel, Trocaire, KBC Bank, IBM, Payzone, O2, Aviva Stadium, Lakeland Dairies, Aer Lingus, Waterford Wedgewood, AWAS, Deloitte, William Fry, Openet, Fleetmatics, Smurfit Kappa, Irish Stock Exchange, NSAI, Irish League of Credit Unions, Trend Micro, Irish Continental Group…

Media from our 2017 CIO Summit

Media from our 2016 IOT Summit

Jackie Bryan

Jackie Bryan

Conference Facilitator

If you have any questions or requests please feel free to contact me.

Tel: 087 055 7913
Email: Jackie.bryan@sbpevents.ie

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Testimonials
We have a host of testimonials from past attendees of our conferences. See below for a selection.

We are so confident you will find value in our conferences that if, at the end of the event, you feel dissatisfied with your experience we will give you a voucher to attend any future conference absolutely free of charge!

Very well run event, really good speakers and relevant content Declan McCormack

Head of IT, Celtrino

Congrats on a great event. Good speakers, great content, well organised and a day out of the office well spent Lavinia Morris

Head of IT, SMBC Aviation Capital

The CIO Summit was an outstanding event as it focused on leadership, global market dynamics and driving value within the context of ICT, rather than just ICT by itself Phillip Fischer

VP Business Optimisation & Chief Information Officer Ireland, ARAMARK

Great opportunity to meet all the best brains in one location!…it was well worth the money; I learned a lot and met some great contacts Glen Reid

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The Venue

Aviva Stadium

Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4

GPS coordinates 53.337141, -6.243663

Tel: + 353 1 238 2388

Location: The Summit takes place in the Atrium and President’s Area of the AVIVA Stadium. You will register in the Atrium and this is on Level 3 on the west side of the Stadium.

Parking: Parking for this event is in the West Ground Car Park off Shelbourne Road which opens at 7am and parking is free to all delegates. A security guard will direct you to the conference however cars must be removed here at the end of the day, cars cannot park overnight in this area.

Pedestrians: Pedestrian access to the Atrium is via Stairwell 42 on Lansdowne Road.

Email: sales@avivastadiumevents.ie

Eircode: D04 K5F9

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