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Digital Transformation & Technology Innovation Seminar At Ohio State

Making the Shift to the Digital Enterprise through Emerging Technology & Innovation

In this seminar we'll be exploring how area CIOs and Senior Technology, Digital & Innovation executives are driving the change to the digital enterprise and a culture of innovation.

Join us as we discuss:

  • The New IT Delivery Model

  • The New Technology Stack:What are the building blocks that need to be in place to allow for growth and scale?

  • How area companies have launched and are growing their innovation program.

  • Evolving to a more agile, DevOps environment as a model for driving innovation.

  • Aligning Data Strategies to Drive Digital Transformation: How companies are adapting their data strategies and initiatives to support their company’s digital transformation strategy.

Conference note

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Faculty & Agenda:
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    Todd Jackson, CIO, City of Westerville 

    Todd Jackson, CIO, City of Westerville  

     

     
    Jim Shingler, Platform Architecture and DevOps Leader, Cardinal Health

    Jim Shingler, Platform Architecture and DevOps Leader, Cardinal Health

     
    Pat Cannon, Vice President of Technical Sales, US Signal

    Pat Cannon, Vice President of Technical Sales, US Signal

     

     
    Kortney Storms, Senior Account Executive, OutSystems

    Kortney Storms, OutSystems

     

     
    Thomas Georgantis, Managing Director, effution LLC

 


Agenda:

Welcome and Introduction

Session: Keynote Panel

Join our panel of area CIOs and Senior Technology, Digital & Innovation executives as they share how they are driving the change to the digital enterprise and a culture of innovation.

Topics include: The new IT Delivery Model, Digital Transformation Strategies, Technology Stack and Evolving to a DevOps Environment and a Culture of Innovation

    Todd Jackson, CIO, City of Westerville 

    Todd Jackson, CIO, City of Westerville  

    Todd is a member of the executive management team and is the Chief Information Officer for the City of Westerville, Ohio. His 22 year technology background, began with GIS and has led to building an extensive background in strategic planning and providing strategic perspective and direction. He approaches IT as an ally of the business and brings a diverse background for leading the development & deployment of enterprise-level IT for a wide variety of business environments. By utilizing an 'ally' approach his team has helped the City realize business value through the use of strategic technology solutions - including the creation of the nation's first municipally owned community data center and fiber network branded as WēConnect which recently helped the Community receive recognition as a 2019 Top7 Global Intelligent Community by the Intelligent Community Forum.

       
    Jim Shingler, Platform Architecture and DevOps Leader, Cardinal Health

    Jim Shingler, Platform Architecture and DevOps Leader, Cardinal Health

       

    Moderator: Thomas Georgantis, Managing Director, effution LLC

    Thomas (Tom) Georgantis has been engaged with software throughout his career as a nuclear engineer for a major U.S. electric utility and power generator, as well as business director for a major telecommunications manufacturer, helping lead its transformation from being hardware-based to software-focused, the last few years defining and implementing a digitalized future for software monetization and delivery of software products.  In 2018, Tom opened effution LLC with the full support and partnership of the leadership of effution GmbH in Augsburg, Germany, to bring their proven expertise in IT project cost engineering and consulting to North America, to help companies here develop fully digital, lean, configurable, cost-efficient IT estimation and project procurement processes and reduce related costs of doing business by as much as 70%.

Session: Cloud First

A Cloud First strategy describes an IT organization’s technology evaluation and decision making posture.  Organizations with a Cloud First strategy are required to consider secure cloud services before making any new investments for new or existing technology.  Join US Signal as we dive into strategic and tactical methods that compliment a successful Cloud First strategy.  Examine the importance of Shared Decision Making and Service Portfolio Management to enabling a Cloud First strategy and driving effective digital transformation
    Pat Cannon, Vice President of Technical Sales, US Signal

    Pat Cannon, Vice President of Technical Sales, US Signal

    Pat Cannon is currently the Vice President of Technical Sales at US Signal and brings over 15 years of IT Consulting and Leadership experience to the US Signal team. A seasoned professional, Pat has extensive experience architecting scalable, secure and resilient solutions for customers within a wide variety of industries. Pat’s experience as an IT consultant allows him to look at business objectives and technology options producing solutions that have a meaningful impact for customer operation.

Session: Stuck in the Mud? How to Provide Great Customer Experiences and Real Digital Transformation

    Kortney Storms, Senior Account Executive, OutSystems

    Kortney Storms, OutSystems

    Kortney Storms, OutSystems, is a consultative technical salesperson and digital transformation agent with over 15+ years of experience. Kortney has experience in the trenches of nearly every phase of the software development lifecycle process as an expert advisor for both small businesses and large enterprise clients across numerous industries and countries.  Kortney holds an MBA in Organizational Leadership from the University of Indianapolis and a BS in Aviation Technology from Indiana State University.

 

Who Should Attend:

  • CIOs
  • Senior IT and LOB Executives
  • VPs & Directors
  • Any IT Executives and Managers

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ATTEND THIS EVENT

LOGISTICS

May 17, 2019
Columbus, OH
7:30 AM to 12:00 PM

Ohio State: PFahl Conference Center
at the BlackWell Inn
2110 Tuttle Park Place
Columbus, OH 43210

Questions? Call Maria Tuthill 847-837-3900 x 1

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Get Sponsorship Information:
Call Alex Jarett at 847-837-3900 x 2 or email.

HOW TO REGISTER
1. Member Registration

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VIP PASS Registration

3.

Nonmembers*: $299

If you have a promo code enter it on the payment screen

*This event is only open to CIOs, Senior Technology Executives, Chief Innovation Officers, CxOs and their team members Manager and above.

Consultants and Vendors who wish to participate please fill out the sponsor form. 

 

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Pre-registration required.

Professional business-casual attire required.

Final speakers and topics are subject to change.

Event Sponsors
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Questions? Contact Alex Jarett at 847-837-3900 x 2 for information

 

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