An exclusive online discussion for IT leaders of prominent firms across the Asia Region.
Exploring The Benefits Of IT Asset Management
Artificial intelligence and technology have finally moved beyond the hype and became a necessary addition to most business operations. IT services run on IT assets and an asset estate poses significant challenges and opportunities from a management, cost, and risk perspective.
The next generation of IT Asset Management (ITAM) can help companies save costs, improve security and increase their overall revenue. ITAM automates asset lifecycles with intuitive workflows allowing companies to gain better control over hardware devices and to improve billing to the agencies that use those assets.
- How can ITAM lead to cutting IT-related costs more efficiently and bringing financial visibility into IT operations?
- How can businesses manage software licenses and hardware assets with intuitive workflows and lifecycle visibility?
- What other trends are appearing in IT Asset Management?
- Is it possible to reclaim the wasted cost from stale licenses?
- Is it possible to right-size the next renewal?
CIO & Associate Professor at Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
CIO at Esquel Group
CIO at HSBC
CTO at Central Group
CTO at AXA Investment Management Asia
ASVP of Enterprise Information Management System at Galaxy Entertainment
Head of IT Operations at Radius Telecoms
Head of IT at ABS-CBN Foundation
Head of Internal Audit & Compliance at Siam City Cement
Director, Core Infra Operation Services at CIMB
Director of Cloud Development at Singtel
Deputy Director of IT at Bank of Thailand
VP at UOB
VP at DBS Bank
VP of Enterprise Systems & Infrastructure at Genting Malaysia
VP at Malaysia Airports Holdings
AVP of IT Security, Governance & Compliance at Alliance Bank
Deputy GM of IT at Keppel Land Corporation
9:50 am: Guests to check-in online
10:00 am: Welcome by The Ortus Club
10:05 am: Introduction of participants
10:15 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
11:20 am: Lucky draw & closing
11:30 am: End of session