CIO 100

Join CIO at our breakfast event to announce the results of the CIO100 2015. CIO100 is the flagship edition of CIO New Zealand and reports on the current strategies and future direction of the country’s 100 largest technology users.

Agenda Highlight:

The CIO100 2015: Research findings

This session will present an overview of the findings of the survey. The presentation will distil the top 10 business trends that key ICT users should be aware of, and what CIOs of the top 100  organisations will be working on in the next 12 months. The report includes an analysis of the impact of the economy on budgets, ICT projects and staffing levels.

Speaker: Divina Paredes, Editor, CIO New Zealand

Featured Keynotes:  Denildo Albuquerque, Executive Partner, Gartner & David Spaziani, Executive Partner, Gartner Executive Programs

Denildo Albuquerque is an Executive Partner with Gartner Executive Programs based in Melbourne, Australia. His IT career spans more than 25 years across a number of industries, including government, telecommunications, manufacturing, media, retail and finance.

In the last 12 years, Mr. Albuquerque has held senior IT leadership roles at Fairfax Media, Just Group and most recently Colonial First State Global Asset Management - AM.

Mr. Albuquerque is originally from Brazil and has lived in Australia for more than 20 years.

Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Albuquerque was Head of Information Technology at Colonial First State Global Asset Management (Retail Asset Management Division) responsible for IT Strategy and Operations for the Funds Management in Sydney, the Retail Asset Management Division in Melbourne and its 38 assets under management spread across the country.

David Spaziani utilises his 27 years of IT industry experience to focus on improving organisations’ performance through better use of ICT. His IT career spans a number of industries, including government, manufacturing, technology vendors, education and small business. Before joining Gartner, Spaziani worked as an independent consultant and “virtual CIO” to small organisations.

Prior to that, he was the CIO at the Department of Internal Affairs, and earlier managed the capital works program at the Ministry of Economic Development (now Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment). However, the bulk of his career has been with technology vendors and systems integrators, holding various roles with EDS, Unisys and Kodak, both in New Zealand and overseas.

Featured CIO Keynote Auckland: Carl Powell, CIO Fletcher Building

Featured CIO Keynote Wellington : Victor Vae'au, CIO NZ Defence Force

2014 attendees comments:

“Provocative and stimulating. Right on target”

“Excellent results and trends”

“Good mix of speakers and content”

“Thanks Divina and team - it was an enlightening morning!”


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