IDC CIO Summit - Module I: Building on Your Digital Foundation for Continued Adaptability

Harnessing The Forces of Change To Reshape The Enterprise

DIGITAL SUMMIT | Greece | July 1, 2020

Overview

The COVID-19 crisis has accelerated change. For IT and digital transformation projects, what would have taken months has taken weeks or even days. Some enterprises passed end-of-year digital milestones in May.

Greek CIOs are now asking: "What next?"

  • How can they maintain the new pace?
  • How can they keep elevated productivity while avoiding burnout?
  • When it comes to big issues such as volatile customer demand, IT and operational agility, and adapting to the "new normal" of work arrangements, which of the new practices should be kept in place?
  • What changes are needed to their strategic frameworks?

The IDC CIO Summit Modules have been prepared carefully to help Greek decision makers answer these and other questions.

Join us and get some expert support for keeping your momentum — or just keeping afloat — in the new normal.

To Be Continued...

 

Module II, September 16

The Future of Trust

 

Module III, September 30

New Ways of Working, Physical Goes Digital

 

Module IV, November 4

Harnessing the Forces of Change to Reshape the Enterprise

Agenda

Time Event & Speakers
15:30

Registration and Wild Networking

15:45

Visit The Expo Booths

16:00

Welcome

Terry Mattheoyianni
Business Development Director, IDC Events & Branch Manager Greece
George Demetriades
Advisor, International Activities, Alpha Bank
16:10

Building on Your Digital Foundations for Continued Adaptability

Joseph C. Pucciarelli
Group Vice President & IT Executive Advisor, IDC

COVID-19 brought our world to a stop, but levelheaded senior IT executives aren't resting. After a global transition to Work-From-Home accomplished in a matter of days, many leaders are already looking to the post-pandemic world – grappling with a recession, shattered supply chains, economic uncertainty, and consumer unease. In response, IT leaders, moving quickly to bolster new technologies implemented in the past 100-days, re-imagining their budgets, and accelerating the implementation of critical capabilities to sustain critical customers.

Going forward, CIOs and senior IT leaders are focusing on critical domains where IT can make the most difference in a post-pandemic world. Even with the unprecedented changes in the way people work, IT leaders, worldwide, are rising to use their new clout to lead and fast-track needed changes within their organizations.

In today's executive keynote session, IDC's Joe Pucciarelli will take a deep dive into today’s most pressing business, technology, and leadership issues as IT navigates the path from crisis response and sustaining the organization through the downturn to acceleration in the coming year.

Please join us to learn what peers are doing to adapt to and take advantage of the Next Normal confronting our organizations. Explore the challenges that are on every IT executives' mind, and come away with insight, answers, and a path forward.

 

16:27

How to Maintain Business Continuity with a Remote Workforce

Sridhar Iyengar
Managing Director, Zoho Corporation Europe
16:44

Reimagine Analytics in the Cloud - An Essential Building Block for Future Adaptability

Konstantinos Mpahas
Head of Customer Advisory, South East Europe, SAS

Leveraging & migrating analytics to the cloud can open the door for powerful capabilities. It can help you solve your most intractable problems, make the best decisions possible, and unearth opportunities you would otherwise miss – especially in the Post-Covid era, when rapid pivots and scaling will be increasingly crucial to success.

16:56

Paving the way to recovery

Radosław Kędzia
VP CEE & Nordic Region, Huawei

COVID-19 is a long-term disease to fight against. 5G, Cloud & AI will lead to economic recovery in the post-pandemic period. Huawei’s digital base helps to improve the prevention and control capability of COVID-19 as such improving businesses’ performance and acceleration of digital modernization.

17:08

Managing the Pandemic in Retail: Priorities and Agility

Ioannis Papidis
Chief Technology and Business Change Officer, Dixons SEE
17:20

Interactive Moderated Discussion

Ritsa Milathianaki
CIO, Papastratos, Philip Morris International
Anestis Petridis
CIO, Eurobank
Sridhar Iyengar
Managing Director, Zoho Corporation Europe
Radosław Kędzia
VP CEE & Nordic Region, Huawei
Konstantinos Mpahas
Head of Customer Advisory, South East Europe, SAS
17:50

Wrap-up & Closing

Proceedings

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