CIO Breakfast Briefing: Outsourcing Efficiencies - Metrics, Models & Management

CIO Breakfast Briefing: Outsourcing Efficiencies - Metrics, Models & Management

Sydney, Canbera briefings on how to manage IT’s mandate: cut costs . . . again!

Many IT departments have been in continual cost-cutting mode for years, but in response to the economic crisis, they are being asked to cut even deeper and find additional efficiencies in their IT services and outsourcing environments - fast.

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In this Breakfast Briefing series across Sydney (August 12) and Canberra (August 13) CIO’s panel of experts will provide valuable advice on:

  • Reducing IT spend without impairing business operations and user productivity
  • Effective techniques for working with service providers
  • Technologies and delivery models to invest in now to achieve ongoing cost efficiencies and service improvements
  • Ensuring you don’t scale back so far that you can’t respond to new opportunities or market changes
  • Creating a governance framework that allows you to make decisions and take action quickly

Learn how to:

  • Achieve cost reduction quick wins
  • Minimise IT and business risks while cutting costs
  • Balance short term gains with long term strategy
  • Retain flexibility and scalability while driving cost efficiencies
  • Negotiate with the business on acceptable changes to service levels
  • Measure the efficiencies gained and impact of IT changes on the business

Speakers include:

  • Tony Henshaw, Vice President and General Manager Global Outsourcing and Infrastructure Services, Asia Pacific Unisys Corporation, on “Driving Outsourcing Cost Reductions During an Economic Downturn — and Beyond”
  • Arno Franz, Partner and Regional President, TPI Asia Pacific, on “Global Lessons in Achieving Sourcing Efficiencies”
  • Gary Pettigrove, CIO, The Australian National Audit Office (ANAO), on “The Journey to IT Service Efficiencies”
  • Jason Cowie, Executive Manager: Business Services Cape – Far East & Pacific Rim, on “Vendor Pillars – A Partnering Model Developing Strong Vendor Relationships”

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