Leaders Circle

CIO Summit Sponsored by Infosys

Leading Through Times of Rapid Change

Can the CIO anticipate what the business wants to do next? Sometimes. Should the CIO respond at the speed of opportunity? Always. The IT challenge? To respond on demand.

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The ideal strategy is to make long-lasting decisions that future-proof investments, limit disruption, and deliver the goods. The best CIOs meet these unforeseen challenges—and even go further—to advise the business to use technology more competitively.

The CIO Summit, sponsored by Infosys, will look at five industry-specific examples of CIO leadership. Guest CIOs will share their experiences for responding rapidly to meet the demands of business innovation. So, whether your interest is in overall IT strategy, or in the specific domains of customer experience, collaboration, analytics, or infrastructure, the CIO Summit offers you the insight you need to deliver greater agility and innovation to your organization.

Summit Highlights include:

  • Learn how other CIOs led their organizations in delivering new platforms for business capability
  • Uncover opportunities outside your industry that can help drive your own innovation
  • Get insight for building roadmaps and business cases
  • Gain perspective for your ten-year IT operating and investment strategy

Who Should Attend:

  • CIOs, CTOs
  • Executive vice presidents/senior vice presidents/vice presidents of IT
  • Senior IT executives

When: Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Time: 8:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Where: Masonic Center, Masonic Auditorium


Agenda

Tuesday, September 24

8:30 a.m.–8:45 a.m.

Responding at the Speed of Opportunity

Mark Sunday, Chief Information Officer, Oracle

8:45 a.m.–9:15 a.m.

Innovation in a Flat World

Sandeep Dadlani, Senior Vice President, Head of Retail, CPG, Logistics–Americas, Infosys

9:20 a.m.–9:45 a.m.

Innovations in Transportation and Logistics

Judith Lemke, CIO, Schneider National

9:45 a.m.–10:10 a.m.

Innovations in Payment Services

Matt Quinlan, CTO, Visa

10:10 a.m.–10:35 a.m.

Innovations in Healthcare

Dan Drawbaugh, CIO, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

10:35 a.m.–11:00 a.m.

Innovations in Health Insurance

John Scott, SVP & CIO, OptumRx, UnitedHealth Group

11:00 a.m.–11:25 a.m.

Innovations in Digital Health

David O’Reilly, Chief Product Officer, Proteus Digital Health

11:25 a.m.–11:50 a.m.

Innovations in Telecommunications

Andy Geisse, Chief Executive Officer, AT&T Business Solutions

11:50 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

Presentation of Oracle CIO of the Year Awards

Mark Sunday, Chief Information Officer, Oracle

12:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m.

Networking Luncheon (all Leaders Circle attendees)

Speakers


Sessions

Agile IT as an Enabler for Oracle’s Productivity and Growth

Oracle’s rise to industry leadership is due in part to a highly agile IT organization. To keep pace with Oracle’s “lively” acquisition strategy, Oracle’s IT organization has embraced agility in process, platform, and technology in order to both anticipate and respond to Oracle’s dynamic business requirements. Oracle’s CIO will describe the transformational journey that Oracle has taken to enable employee productivity and collaboration and integrate new technologies and applications—all while improving customer experience and supporting the evolution of the business.


Innovation in a Flat World

At the top of the CIO priority list is leveraging new technologies to drive business growth. But how does a CIO determine which technologies are best aligned with business needs? In some cases they jump in, experiment, and figure it out themselves. In others, they look to the experiences of thought leaders and partners. However, the deeper question is how should IT institutionalize and sustain innovation. An important tactic is to leverage best practices across industries, markets, and use cases. At Infosys, we have the breadth of experiences that can help our customers institutionalize innovation.


From Mission Impossible to Mission Critical: Schneider National’s Business Transformation Success Story

Schneider National, Inc. Executive Vice President and CIO Judy Lemke provides an overview of the six-year business transformation journey at one of the nation’s largest transportation companies. Taking the road less traveled when it rolled forward with aligning the company’s IT infrastructure and business strategy, Schneider replaced or replatformed every piece of hardware and software in the company, and, in the process, undertook a transformation project of a size and scope not previously attempted by the company or any other organization that we know of. Lemke will share Schneider National’s strategy, commitment to keeping the pedal to the metal (even during the Great Recession), and what she believes are the key success factors to turning mission impossible into mission accomplished.


The 21st Century Health Care System

The convergence of health care and technology is providing new insights into delivering more efficient and better care. Proteus has created a new category of therapeutic product – the digital health feedback system – to allow people of all ages and cultures to take better care of themselves and each other. Clinicians, patients and families can use the real-time information about taking medication, rest and activity to make more informed treatment decisions. David O’Reilly, Proteus’s Chief Product Officer, will explain how digital health, the convergence of the digital revolution with health care, is accelerating our ability to provide better care at lower cost.