The first workshop was centered on the 'IT Target Operating Model of the Future’ in the financial services industry. Sudip Lahiri, Executive Vice President & Head – Europe, Financial Services, HCLTech, and Walter Brenner, Professor of Information Management, University of St. Gallen, spearheaded the discussion. The event witnessed the participation of 10+ CIOs from leading BFSI firms who exchanged thoughts and insights on the evolving role of the CIO.
- 87% of the CIOs plan to change their IT Operations Management (ITOM) in the following years
- AI, cloud computing and cybersecurity are the most important developments in ICT for the banking and insurance industry
- Architecture, security and processes/structure seem to be the top 3 ITOM improvement priorities for CIOs
Shaping the evolving role of tomorrow's CIO
We are delighted to announce the second edition of the ‘Technology and Innovation Conclave’ which will be focussed on shaping the evolving role of tomorrow's CIO in the financial services industry.
The upcoming conclave builds upon the previous theme of the ‘IT Operating Model of the Future’ and will set the stage for CIOs from leading financial services enterprises to discuss and ideate on their future roles.
This one-of-a-kind academic collaboration is focused on capturing the impact of changing business priorities, shift in global power and ongoing technological transformation of the CIO role. These industry leaders and visionaries will deliberate on the key business priorities for the CIO community and the competencies that will create resilient enterprises.
Professor of Information Management,
University of St. Gallen
Executive Vice President & Head – Europe, Financial Services,
Partner at nxt digital
Meet the Change Leaders
The more important digitization in banks and insurances will be, the more important is a resilient, stable, compliance and cost-effective future IT target operating model.
Discussions can lead to creative solutions. Through this platform, HCLTech is supercharging the future of CIOs across the financial services industry by enabling them to come together and share a new perspective on efficiently prioritizing IT Target Operating Model components
The traditional lines between business and technology are increasingly blurring – to exploit the full benefit of technology, financial services companies need to reinvent the IT target operating model.
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