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Represented Business Divisions



South America Alliance Overview:

Date: Monday, 16th of September

Time: 5:00pm – 9:30pm

Venue: TBC  

Location: South America

The Executive Business Exchange dinner  is a gathering consists of technology leaders who have been highlighted as being able to offer value in terms of content and influence. It is designed to form alliances and to drive progressive change in the business world and beyond.

We are passionate in creating custom events with digital content designed to talk together, learn better and experience more. 

Format: 10-15 Information Technology Leaders / Panels / Workshops / Networking

Theme: Community driven

  • 1700


    Arrival and Networking

  • 1755

    Welcome Remarks

  • 1800

    Session 1 - Opening Panel Debate


    We are in the digital revolution and the exponential rate of change is only increasing.Our role as technologist is determining how we move from IT as a service provider into IT as a driver of business performance and determine what the IT leadership and organisation is that is required to make this transition.

    Many of us have heard the saying ‘The Customer is always right but what if they’re not?  What if what our customers are asking for is limited by what they know or what they have time focus on?

    What can we, as technologist, do to play a bigger role in looking for opportunities to drive business performance?

    This panel will discuss the ways in which organisations are reacting to the voice of the customer, and what steps they are taking to ensure that their internal processes reflect the experience that they are trying to create for their customers.

  • 1840

    Networking Break

  • 1845

    Session 2 - Vendor Workshop Presentation

    Opportunities available. Please contact

  • 1925

    Networking Break

  • 1930

    Session 3 - Workshop Presentation


    Predictive analytics is quickly becoming the direction in which many businesses are taking in order to predict how customers will respond in the future. Using predictive analytics, CIOs can harness the power of data to provide the business with a more fact-based vision of where to aim and how to get there. By learning from historical data, predictive analytics provides something beyond standard business reports and sales forecasts: actionable predictions for each customer. These predictions encompass all channels, both online and off, foreseeing which customers will buy, click, respond, convert or cancel.

    However, along with the opportunity also comes a set of risks. This session will discuss how CIOs need to strike a balance between managing privacy concerns whilst maximising potential opportunities this technology can bring to business and its customers

  • 2010

    Session 4 - Round Table Session & Dinner Reception


    -What are the challenges you’re facing in implementing your Digital strategy?

    -What steps to take when designing your digital strategy?

    -Additional best practices

  • 2130

    Closing Remarks & the Next Steps

    How we collate feedback and we plan to grow out the regions educational meetings.

    Highlight the chapters outcomes and action the community can make from content explored.

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