The Enterprise & IT Architecture is getting recognized as a critical element for realizing practical vision for the organizations world over. Unfortunately, processes and systems that we have today are inflexible. They are incapable of rapid change.
To address these developments and trends, iCMG, a global leader in providing architectural services, has organized a two-day Architecture World Summit 2013, in Bangalore this time. The 8th edition of the Summit is scheduled to be held on 19 and 20 September at Taj Vivanta, Yeshwantpur.
The event will bring 300 thought Leaders/Senior Managers from India and abroad, representing 150 Global MNCs, under one roof. 6 Keynotes by industry thought leaders, global CIOs and mover & shakers will provide you insight into the changing world around. The event will feature 8 tracks across 32 sessions by top decision makers from Banking, Financial Institutions, Government Bodies, Telecommunication, Manufacturing and Technology vendors.
Krish Ayyar, Director, iCMG-Australia says, “This premier conference will feature end-user case studies delivered by global leaders.” Ayyar also adds that, “Thought leaders will uncover why organizations of every size, industry and geography are banking on Enterprise & IT Architecture as a way to increase productivity and efficiency, reduce IT expenses and total cost of ownership and achieve higher bottom-line results.”
Panel discussions are always awesome at Architecture World Summit. When the audience round opens up, for a change, the CIOs are at the receiving end! You can ask questions and get an answer immediately. This time the panel discussion will cover topics like, ‘What are the key qualities for Chief Architects in 2013 and beyond?’ on day one, and ‘Leading Change- Is it a Business or ICT problem?’ on day two. Action packed sessions will cover vast subjects related to Enterprise Architecture; Solving General Management Problems using Zachman Framework, Practical Deployment of a BPM Strategy for dramatic results, Diagnosis and corrections of nine IT & Enterprise disorders to name a few.
Sharing her view about the event Poornima B., Director, Enterprise Services of iCMG-India, says, “The Summit will have end-user case studies delivered by global leaders. Business and technology solutions delivered by experts from 15 industries are another attraction this time.”
While agreeing with Poornima’s point of view, Charles Bennett, thought leader and Director of iCMG’s rapidly growing BPM Business Practice says, “This event will help participants build trust connection with business and IT leaders.” Bennett also adds that, “This gives CXOs, IT Consultants, Product Managers, Technical Managers, Project Managers, Program Managers, R&D Managers, Solution Architects, Technical Architects, Enterprise Architects an opportunity to share knowledge of innovative IT architecture which represents the next generation of practice.”
The event will give participants an opportunity for unparalleled networking and industry insight.
The Sessions on day one will begin at 9.20 am, soon after the inauguration ceremony. Registration counters will be open from 8 am. Day two will kick start with Jaap Schekkerman’s session about the Cyber Security Architecture of Modern Control Systems in Critical Infrastructures - ‘Critical Infrastructures under Attack?’ at 9.20 am.
The event plan has been chalked out keeping you in mind. Visit the link given below to know what it offers to you!
iCMG is a pioneer and leading full service Enterprise & IT Architecture Firm. It’s global leader in providing architectural services to a wide variety of clients (over 20 domains) across 32 countries. The complete ecosystems of Enterprise & IT Architecture services include consulting, training & certification, research & advisory. In addition, iCMG is reaching more geography, and business domains through online architecture services such as ‘Ask the Architects’, Online Training & Webinars. In the last 12 years, we have helped customers to manage complexity and contradictions within an enterprise for growth.
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The Architecture World Summit 2013