9:30–12:00, Keynote Hall
Hear from senior Oracle executives, Mark Hurd and Edward Screven, as well as Oracle customer, Odebrecht, on how trends like globalization, cloud computing, mobility, the changing demographics of the workforce and consumers are changing the dynamics of business and IT. We will discuss strategies for addressing the economics of IT and the challenges presented in the information age, where data is your most valuable asset.
Mark Hurd, President, Oracle Read Full Bio
Mark Hurd joined the company in 2010. He is currently President of Oracle Corporation and member of the Board of Directors. Prior to that, Mr. Hurd has served as Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and President of Hewlett-Packard, and was Chief Executive Officer and President of NCR Corporation.
Edward Screven, Chief Corporate Architect, Oracle Read Full Bio
Edward Screven is Chief Corporate Architect at Oracle. Reporting to CEO, Larry Ellison, he drives technology and architecture decisions across all Oracle products to ensure that product directions are consistent with Oracle's overall strategy. An Oracle veteran since 1986, he is responsible for Oracle's open source businesses including Linux, Virtualization, and MySQL. Mr. Screven also leads company-wide strategic initiatives including Industry Standards and Security.
Hosted by Cyro Diehl, President, Oracle do Brasil
With emphasis on the adoption of technologies that drive business results, Odebrecht presents its trajectory to achieve leadership in several industries and explains how IT supports these initiatives.
Andre Schneiter, CIO, Odebrecht
Intensified use of TI is a decisive factor for all countries’ development, especially for education, social health, and public security. Since one of the Brazilian government's priority is PDE– Education Development Program, CTIS presents one of its innovations—Model School—which proposes to manage schools in the future. Through business process outsourcing (BPO), Model School’s integrated management can handle all school facilities with biometric sensors at the entrance; CFTV circuit security; virtual library; computerized labs; digital board; teacher/student relationship centralization; and many other resources. Learn how this project can help to establish high quality education in Brazil. And see how Oracle solutions—including database, middleware and systems—are vital to this challenge.
Avaldir da Silva Oliveira, President, CTIS Tecnologia Read Full Bio
Mr. Oliveira is graduated in Mathematics (1978) and in Business Administration (1981) by UniCEUB/DF. In 2004, he specialized in Strategic Management for Corporate Leaders from INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France. He has a wide professional experience in technical and managerial roles and, especially, as an entrepreneur. Mr. Oliveira is founding partner of CTIS Tecnologia S.A., which operates in the Information Technology industry for 29 years, where he is CEO since then. He was vice president of SUCESU (Society of IT and Telecommunications Users of Federal District) from 1994 to 1998. Also in 1998, he was a member of ABES (Brazilian Association of Software Companies, SP) Council. Between 1998 and 2000 he was president of SINDESEI (Association of Information Technology Companies of the Federal District). Since 2001, he is an advisor of the Young Entrepreneurs Club of Federal District, and member of the Advisory Board of the Chamber of Shopkeepers of Federal District.
1:45–3:45, Keynote Hall
Thomas Kurian and Andy Mendelsohn are Oracle development executives and will present how cloud computing is a new way of delivering services. Software as a Service, Platform as a Service and Infrastructure as a Service are all giving customers more choice than ever in how their services will be delivered, deployed and managed.
Robert Shimp, Group Vice President, Product Marketing
Thomas Kurian, Executive Vice President, Product Development, Oracle Read Full Bio
Thomas Kurian is Executive Vice President of Oracle Product Development and reports to Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. He is responsible for leading all aspects of product strategy, software development, and delivery of Oracle’s software product portfolio including Oracle Database, Oracle Fusion Middleware, and ERP, CRM, and supply chain management applications. For the past several years, Mr. Kurian has been responsible for the Oracle Fusion Middleware family of products. Under Mr. Kurian’s leadership, the Oracle Fusion Middleware business became the fastest-growing business within Oracle and the industry’s leading middleware product suite. Since January 2008, Mr. Kurian has also led the development for Oracle’s next-generation business applications, Oracle Fusion Applications.
Mr. Kurian has been with Oracle since 1996, holding various product management and development positions. Prior to joining Oracle, Mr. Kurian worked in London, Brussels, and San Francisco as a consultant with McKinsey and Company, an international management-consulting firm, serving clients in the software, telecommunications, and financial services industries. Mr. Kurian has a BA in electrical engineering from Princeton University, where he graduated summa cum laude. He also has an MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar. He serves as an advisory member on the boards of several international venture funds and software companies.
Andrew Mendelsohn, Senior Vice President, Database Server Technologies, Oracle Read Full Bio
Andrew Mendelsohn is senior vice president for Database Server Technologies at Oracle. He is responsible for the development and product management of Oracle’s family of database products, including software products such as Oracle Database, Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database, Oracle Berkeley DB, and Oracle NoSQL Database and engineered systems such as Oracle Exadata Database Machine, Oracle Database Appliance, and Oracle Big Data Appliance. Mendelsohn has been at Oracle since May 1984. He began his career at Oracle as a developer on Release 5.1 of Oracle Database. Prior to joining Oracle, he worked at HP and ESVEL. Mendelsohn holds a BSE in electrical engineering and computer science from Princeton University and performed graduate work in computer science at M.I.T.
Hosted by Adriano Chemin, Senior Sales VP Enterprise Accounts, Oracle Latin America
The explosive demand for data and connectivity brings challenges and opportunities for IT companies of various sizes. At the same time, the Information Technology gains relevance and becomes a crucial part of corporate success, becoming increasingly agile, efficient and indispensable. Fernando Martins, President and General Manager of Intel Brasil, shows how Intel is making the data center smarter through solutions for servers, storage and networks; reducing TCO, increasing security and accelerating business decisions. Mr. Martins also will talk about the technological innovations developed by Oracle and Intel that are changing the IT.
Fernando Martins, President and General Manager, at Intel do Brasil
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Fernando Martins is president and general manager of Intel do Brasil. With broad experience in leadership, innovation management and strategy in information technology, the executive works at Intel for more than 15 years. He worked as Global Director of Strategic Technology Planning and was responsible for Intel's Corporate Initiative for Virtualization.
Martin’s background includes experience in several areas of management in the corporation, and he has twice received the highest honor granted by Intel - The Intel Achievement Award - for his contributions to the company's product strategy.
Mr. Martins has a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering at USP (Universidade de São Paulo), holds a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, and has over 40 publications including 24 patents.
9:30–12:00, Keynote Hall
There is a customer experience revolution taking place. Consumers are taking more and more control of their interactions and experiences with brands, using social media, mobile and cloud based applications to change the conversation and the model of buying and owning products. Savvy brands are beginning to understand this shift and take advantage of how they sell to and service their customers. Oracle executives Anthony Lye and Chris Hamilton will explore this new way of doing business, and how the analysis of customer behavior can help to shape the companies’ ability to understand and adapt more effectively to the changing needs of customers.
Anthony Lye, Senior Vice President, Cloud Applications Strategy, Oracle
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Anthony Lye is senior vice president, Oracle Cloud Applications Strategy, at Oracle. He is responsible for Oracle’s strategy for Oracle Cloud, Oracle cloud applications, and Oracle customer experience (CX). Previously, Lye was senior vice president of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) at Oracle, responsible for Oracle Fusion Customer Relationship Management; Oracle's Siebel Customer Relationship Management; Oracle Knowledge (formerly InQuira), Oracle ATG, and Oracle RightNow applications; and Oracle CRM On Demand. During his tenure at Oracle, Lye has been responsible for CRM on-demand operations, Oracle’s own deployment of CRM, and CRM IT and was also the group vice president of CRM products, responsible for Oracle’s CRM product strategy and for CRM product management in the applications development organization. Lye holds an honors degree in engineering from the University of Bath in England.
Chris Hamilton, Senior Director, Product Management, Oracle
Hosted by Marcos Pupo, Sales Senior Vice President, Oracle Brasil
Rodrigo de Queirós Cabrera Nasser, CTO, Netshoes