Transforming the IT Value Chain
Many industries have been going through major disruptions in the past few months and digital transformation has been on most organisations’ agenda. Yet, while IDC estimated that 30% of G2000 companies allocate capital budget equal to at least 10% of revenue to fuel their digital innovation, most of the expected results fail to materialise. It is clear that long and complex value chains limit the ability to understand and respond swiftly to customer and business needs.
- What does digital transformation really mean for today’s business leaders?
- How can IT value chains be transformed to ensure high performance?
- What are the most common drawbacks of digital transformation?
- How can companies transform the impact, speed and delivery of IT to provide more impactful experiences?
CIO at Malaysia Airports Holdings
Head of IT Service Management Operations at Standard Chartered Bank
Head of BCM & Risk Management Digital at Petronas
Head of Infrastructure at Bank Negara Malaysia
VP of Analytics, Innovation & Product Delivery at DBS
AVP of Technology Risk at Takaful Ikhlas Berhad
Director of Regional Strategic Management & Consumer Banking at CIMB
Associate Director of Technology Transformation at AIA
Manager of Regional IT Operations at Sea Group
Associate Manager of IT at Carousell
09:50 am: Guests to check-in online
10:00 am: Welcome by The Ortus Club
10:10 am: Introduction of participants
10:20 am: Short address from ServiceNow
10:30 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
11:30 am: Lucky Draw
11:45 am: End of session
KOK MUN LIEW
Sr. Manager, Solution Consulting | ServiceNow
Kok Mun’s experience in key IT operations management gives him a depth of experience when it comes to creatively constructing solutions. He possesses skills in leadership, project management, speaking, and presentation. Professionals who have collaborated with Kok Mun, describe him as thoroughly dedicated and entirely determined to get the job done efficiently.