The Supply Chain & Manufacturing Virtual Roundtable

An exclusive online discussion for executives in the Asia-Pacific region

Hosted by Dell Boomi, the Supply Chain & Manufacturing Virtual Roundtable is set up to offer an intimate online forum for executives from prominent firms in the Asia-Pacific region. 

Our discussions are very much inclusive and involve all the wealth of experience from the senior peers.

The dynamic CIO’s role in reshaping ‘business as usual’

As businesses start to emerge from disruptive times, they are forced to re-think the meaning of ‘Business As Usual’ (BAU). Technology and data have become the epicentre of most organisations’ ability to respond, recover and reshape their strategies. As a result, dynamic CIOs are taking this opportunity to elevate their value, reimagine their business and be better prepared for the future.

By building scalable IT systems that allow multiple cloud integrations, data synchronised management and remote access, CIOs can lay the critical foundation for future planning, efficiency, employee and customer experience. In a world where unforeseen changes are inevitable, data and systems are critical to accelerating connections between everyone and everything, from anywhere in the world.

  • What are the critical factors that are shaping businesses’ new normal?
  • How are companies redesigning their digital transformation roadmaps to be better prepared for the future?
  • How can CIOs reshape and reimagine their businesses using new technologies?

2:50 pm: Guests to check-in online
3:00 pm: Welcome by The Ortus Club
3:10 pm: Introduction of participants
3:20 pm: Short address from Dell Boomi
3:30 pm: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
4:15 pm: End of session

Dell Boomi introduced technology that’s led to the future. Their technology ultimately allowed users to build & deploy integration processes using a visual interface and a “drag-and-drop” technique. The interface eventually carried on as a key element of the current Boomi platform. 

Named after Bhūmi, the Hindu goddess of Mother Earth, the company has released stunning innovations such as the “AtomSphere”, an integration Cloud which kept the point-and-click visual that builds integrations and is managed through a browser-based UI. 

Dell Boomi was eventually acquired by Dell in 2010 and since then, they have been pushing the forefront of modern technology.

Thursday, 16th of July, 2020

3:00 PM (GMT+8)

Attended by:

CIO & Technology Leader at Liberty Mutual Insurance
CIO at A*STAR
CIO, CDO & Director at Singtel
CIO, CTIO, CDO & Data Protection Officer at Mercatus Co-operative
CTO at City Developments
CTO at REA 
CTO & Director of Dispute Resolution & Information Technology at Drew & Napier
CDO at DKSH
CDO at HGC Global Communications
Head of Cyber Technology Information at Keppel
Head of IT at Guocoland
Head of Innovation & Product Development at Standard Chartered Bank
Head of Information Technology at Decathlon 
Senior Director of Information Technology at Kaplan
Director of Information Technology at United World College of South East Asia
Director IT Operations & Technology, APAC at Johnson Controls
Data Architect at AXA

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Martie BautistaThe Supply Chain & Manufacturing Roundtable