These 3 speakers feature on the IT leaders track of the conference, so they’ll be providing best practices and insights to drive forward your IT strategy in 2021.
Some of you who are part of the IT world may know these industry giants, but for those of you who don’t, lets take a step back and reveal what these specialists can bring to you.
Erik Jost, VP – Dynamic Workplace, NTT Data
First up from our speakers is Erik Jost, VP – Dynamic Workplace at NTT Data. Erik is responsible for the discovery and translation of emerging technology into real world services and offerings, along with aligning existing service offerings to modern technology applications.
Erik will be providing expert advice on how to map technology to business outcomes and KPI’s to extract business value from a Digital Experience Management solution.
Kurt De Ruwe, CIO, Signify
Kurt joined Signify as CIO in 2013, prior to which he was CIO at Bayer MaterialScience. His areas of expertise include strategy development, conceptual design of new systems to support improved business processes, eBusiness, SAP and data warehousing.
Kurt joins us to share his vision for the future of work and how this will impact his IT strategy for 2021.
Chris Pope, VP of Innovation, ServiceNow
As VP Innovation at ServiceNow, Chris speaks with CIOs, heads of IT and business transformation leaders about their experiences and ambitions to understand their vision for the digital workplace. He’s passionate about enabling them to think differently and challenge the status quo to create the opportunities that will transform their business approach.
Chris will be discussing how ITSM strategies can support remote-first enterprises by embracing an automation-first approach to ITSM.
There’s no better way to learn and prepare for the future than by engaging with these experts. We’re bringing together IT leaders from across industries in these tracks to share their vision for the future digital workplace and how they are preparing for it based on core learnings in 2020. Sign up now to avoid missing out.