In pictures: CIO roundtable debates competitive advantage through business rules

CIO and Progress Software join forces for a roundtable in Sydney with CIOs that asked: Gaining competitive advantage: Do you know the rules?

  • Guests at the CIO roundtable at Aria restaurant, Sydney. CIO magazine and Progress Software joined forces on 31 July for an exclusive lunch with CIOs to discuss the latest thinking around business rules management and how it can potentially help enterprises contain costs, meet regulatory compliance regulations, lift profits, and improve customer satisfaction.

  • John De Angelis, IT director of shared services at AMP

  • Nagib Kassis, head of IT and business alignment, Allianz Australia Insurance

  • Guests at the CIO roundtable on business rules

  • Guests debated the competitive advantage automating business rules represents for their organisations

  • Bettina Wilcox, head of IT and projects, Rams Financial Group

  • Guests at the roundtable in Sydney

  • James Henshaw, head of IT, Pepper Homeloans

  • Mathews George, head of IT, MetLife

  • Jamie Vachon, head of technology, AMP Capital Investors

  • Attendees debated the competitive advantage business rules can present within the financial services, insurance and healthcare sectors

  • Peter Fuller, MD Australia and New Zealand, Progress Software

  • Helen Harms, general manager of IT, State Super Financial Services

  • Yoav Hammerman, head of IT, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

  • Bruce Coller, CIO of Sir Moses Montefiore Home

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