As companies and industries strive to innovate and change in the digital environment, the CIO’s role has had to adapt. This year the New Zealand CIO Summit examines the impact the CIO has in building the future’s resilient, innovative and forward-thinking businesses and organisations.
Each year we undertake extensive research and we have listened to your requests – with more structured networking opportunities, how-to masterclasses, extended time to explore the expo and high calibre keynote speakers, the CIO Summit provides an ideal platform for engaging with and learning from your peers.
This year the NZ CIO Summit will host over 50 fantastic speakers at the event including:
- Frank Gens, IDC (USA)
- Dr. Jonathan Reichental, City of Palo Alto (USA)
- Leo Minervini, Carlo’s Bakery (USA)
- Michael Cooper, BT PLC (UK)
- Tim Occleshaw, Government CTO
- And many more…
Focusing on how the CIO can navigate the digital and technological revolution, speakers will discuss:
- Dawn of the DX Economy: Positioning for Leadership in an Accelerating World
- Inspiring Your Digital Transformation
- The future of an industry – people, place and technology
- Expectations for technology growth and innovation from the board
- From product focused to customer-centric – successful business transformation
- Digital Leadership – Aligning vision, passion and technology
- Transforming the Technology function
- Balancing technology requirements to deliver what customers need, expect and want
As media partner for the Summit, iStart is pleased to offer readers a discount on TechTeam passes. Uses the promo code M1IBES when you register for $99 off.
We’ve had the pleasure of speaking with several of the international keynotes in the lead up to the event:
Insights from the IT Boss at the Cake Boss – Leo Minervini, CIO at Carlos Bakery
Winning in a changing world: The upside of the downturn – Michael Cooper, CTO of UK-based services company BT Radianz
Why digital transformation matters: ‘Anyone is a competitor’ – Jonathan Reichental, CIO of the City of Palo Alto
‘Every business in NZ needs world class IT’ – Winston Fong (CIO of the Year 2016)