Enabling cloud transformation ROI

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IT leaders in APAC are invited to join this virtual roundtable on ‘Enabling cloud transformation ROI’.

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between participants in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary. Registration is limited to a select number of guests per event.

Enabling cloud transformation ROI

At this stage, cloud transformation is a foregone conclusion in a company’s roadmap for the future. The benefits are clear: greater agility, lower capital expenses, enhanced collaboration, and increased security among others. Due to the pandemic, digital transformation plans have been greatly accelerated and this rush has caused companies to stumble on unexpected obstacles.

The lack of planning by organisations and the interoperability between vendors has left many cloud customers feeling as though the value reaped is dwarfed by the expenses. The positives are there—quicker time to market, lower costs, better data visibility—but companies must first find ways to reignite their transformation plans with the right solutions and the right vendors.  

  • How can companies increase cloud adoption speed and sustain digital transformation momentum?
  • What are the ways companies can maximise value with AIOps and digital service management?
  • How can companies address resourcing issues and optimise costs related to a hybrid cloud environment?

Attended by:

Head of Strategy and Core at Tower Insurance
Head of DevOps at Department of Justice and Community Safety
Head of Privacy and Data Ethics at Bank of New Zealand
Director of Program and Portfolio Delivery at NSW Department of Customer Services
GM, Digital Architecture at Auckland Transport
Engagement and Commercial Lead, NZ Government Cloud Programme at The Department of Internal Affairs
Information Warfare Domain W/O at NZDF

For insight on this event, photos and guest interactions, see our post on LinkedIn.

10:30 am: Ortus Master of Ceremonies to make introductions
10:35 am: Short Introduction by Unisys
10:45 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
11:45 am: Discussion closed by moderator, end of session

Hosted by Unisys

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Leon Sayers - moderator


Director of Advisory | Unisys

Leon Sayers is the Director of Advisory at Unisys APAC. Leon specialises in Digital Transformation, Hybrid/Multi Cloud, Digital Workspace, ITSM, Operational Intelligence, Application Modernisation and Automation.

Based in Melbourne, Leon draws on a background spanning more than 20 years in ICT. His particular area of focus is helping organisations in their transformation journey, turning strategy into reality.

As the Director Advisory in the development of Digital Transformation projects, Leon has developed deep, first-hand insight into how organisations can leverage technology to achieve improved efficiencies, employee cultural change, enhanced productivity and performance.

Leon has a passion for taking an organisation change management approach that spans people, processes and technology. He understands that a person’s age, knowledge and experience can influence how they consume information and respond to different training models.

Leon has personally worked on large scale transformation projects in Asia Pacific, Africa, Europe, Latin America and the US.

Leon’s previous roles cover Government, Finance, Service Providers and Enterprise. He has broad ICT experience ranging from CEO, CTO, CIO, IT Manager, Consultant, Trainer and Engineer and this experience gives Leon an ability to have an end-to-end view of problems and solutions from both a technical and business perspective.

Leon has engaged in projects with companies such as Microsoft, RackSpace, Macquarie Telecom, NSW Government, VicRoads, and Singtel.

Prior to joining the Unisys team, Leon ran his own consultancy practice for 13 years with clients across a number of major systems integrators. He was a trainer in a wide range of technologies, helping to shape his thinking around the need for an organisational change management approach to rolling out digital transformation.

Event Detail

Thursday, December 9, 2021 10:30
Australia, New Zealand

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