How CIOs and CDOs are Driving Digital Transformation, November 15, 2017 Boston, MA (#DAMA)
VENUE: 2 Seaport Lane #11, Boston, MA 02210
The business environment is changing faster than ever. New revenue models, stringent regulations, and high customer expectations are forcing business leaders to innovate or witness business being overrun by more nimble competitors.
6:30 Networking, light snacks
CDOs and CIOs are taking charge of digital transformation to keep companies competitive. However, what do we mean by digital transformation? At its core, any digital transformation requires clean and consistent data, reconciled across systems and channels. An enterprise-wide data management foundation that ensures real-time access to reliable data of all types at scale and is non-negotiable. The democratization of data across all groups and divisions is a must to provide teams with a 360-degree view of customers, products, organizations and more. However, it’s not just about analytics. It’s about the next generation of operational data-driven applications that allow frontline business users to gain relevant insights and intelligent recommended actions to achieve business objectives. This session explores how some of the largest companies in the world are transforming themselves using the same modern data management technology employed by Internet giants such as Amazon, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google.
Who should attend:
• IT and Business Leaders
• Data Architects
• Data Managers
• Data Modelers
• SOA Architects
Attendees will learn:
• The factors that are driving change in your company
• The impact of these changes on CIOs and CDOs
• Digital transformation drivers
• The real challenges that are stalling change within your company
• Digital transformation by industry
Speaker name and affiliation:
Ajay Khanna, Vice President, Marketing at Reltio
Ajay has more than 20 years of experience in product management expertise stems from various leadership roles at large public enterprise software companies including Veeva Systems, Oracle, KANA, Progress, and Amdocs. He holds an MBA in marketing and finance from Santa Clara University.