With better access to market and customer data in 2015, businesses are more informed than ever when it comes to basing strategic decisions on accurate information. The opportunities are tantalising; more targeted campaigns, informed tactical improvements, an agile approach to business, and the ability to refine business strategy and a company’s efficiency.
However, the sheer quantity of information pouring into our systems presents a real and demanding problem. Medium and large companies have concentrated on data collection for the past 20 years, but we’ve reached a stage whereby senior decision makers in IT are bogged down daily with the management of overstretched systems.
With so much information to process, how can we decrease the pressure on IT leaders to analyse and use information in a more streamlined, measurable way?
IT-By-Wire Technology removes the human element from the day-to-day management of our systems, eliminating errors and allowing key staff to concentrate on other areas of their business. The technology was first conceived when NASA was attempting to land a rocket on the moon. There was so much variable data that the process needed to be automated to succeed. Thus, human input was reduced and a versatile, automated and visualized means of managing information was born.
Following the immensely successful IT Innovators Club dinner on the 4th of March, we are pleased to announce that our next Ignite session will take place on the 14th of May at the chic Covent Garden Hotel, Central London, where we will be making IT-By-Wire Technology the focus of our discussion. As ever, we are expecting the Ignite session to be immensely popular so please register your interest below to confirm your place for the evening. To keep the drinks event as intimate as possible we are capping the number of tickets at fifty.
Picking up from our last discussion, IT-By-Wire and automation were mooted as key issues to CIOs and CTOs in the modern business place. With IT leaders facing more pressure than ever before, the ability to offload to a flexible and adaptable technology is crucial to the success of anyone in an information capacity.
Who Should Attend?
If you are an IT leader in a medium to large company concerned with rising pressures on professionals in your role, you’ll certainly gain something from the evening. Traditionally the IT Innovators Club Dinners are reserved exclusively for CIOs, but the Ignite sessions have a wider audience.
The Ignite sessions consist of casual networking drinks interspersed with a panel discussion during which you can learn from others and have your say. The evening will begin at 6:30pm and finish at around 9:30.
Current Guest List
Chief Information Officer, Achilles Group Limited
Chief Information Officer, Analysys Mason Ltd
Chief Information Officer, Getronics
Chief Technology Officer, Options IT
CTO, Aspect Software
Director of Electronic Trading, Lloyds Banking Group
Director, Financial Markets Digital, Lloyds Banking Group
Enterprise Architect, LGIM
Global Head of Architecture (Interim), Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
Global IT Programme Manager, BG Group
Group IT Director, Capital Counties Properties
Group PMO Director, Dentsu Aegis
Head of IT Architecture, City & Guilds
Head of IT Delivery, Canaccord Genuity
Head of Program Delivery, Lloyds Banking Group
Head of Technology and Security, British American Tobacco
Head of Technology, Eurostar
IT Director, Indesit Company
IT Director, Odgers Berndtson
IT Governance, Viridian Housing
IT Manager, Capital unties
IT Manager, Moy Park
IT Project Manager, Affinity Sutton
IT Project Manager, Capital Counties Properties
IT&S Manager, BP
Lead Consultant, Jaguar Land Rover
Partner, Citihub Consulting
Partner, Head of IT Law & Outsourcing Law, Penningtons Manches LLP
Risk and PnL Programme Manager, BNP Paribas
Solutions Architect Lead, Financial Conduct Authority
There is no charge to attend the event thanks to the continued support of Logicalis. Please register below to confirm your place.