July 16, 2014
Rosewood Sand Hill | Menlo Park, California
In October 2006, Esat Sezer was named Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Coca-Cola Enterprises. Mr. Sezer oversees the company’s technology and information capabilities. Esat has more than 20 years of global IT experience. Most recently, Mr. Sezer served as Corporation Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Whirlpool Corporation, a position he held since 2002.
Prior to joining Whirlpool Corporation as Vice President, Global Information Services in 2001, Mr. Sezer held several positions of increasing responsibility with Colgate-Palmolive Co. From 1988 to 1991, he was a senior consultant at Andersen Consulting in London. Born and raised in Istanbul, Mr. Sezer received his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Istanbul Technical University and his Master of Science in Quantitative Analysis from Istanbul University.
Trey was born in Columbia, SC. He attended the Georgia Institute of Technology and graduated with a BS degree in Computer Science in 1998. Following college he went to work for PriceWaterhouseCoopers as a Management Consultant for SAP implementations. In 2001 he joined GE Power Systems in Greenville, SC where he had roles supporting engineering and supply chain functions. In 2005 he moved to Salem, VA as the IM Leader for the Controls COE in GE Energy. In 2007 Trey moved to Cincinnati, OH to take the IM leadership position for the Planning, Scheduling, and Logistics division of Aviation supply chain. At the end of 2008 he returned to GE Energy in Greenville, SC to lead the effort to replace the core MRP system that supports OTR processes in Power & Water production for the Wind product lines in North America. In 2011 Trey took his current role in PGS to lead IT programs and contemporary technology to drive Fulfillment across PGS and Field Services.
Andy Main is a Principal at Deloitte Consulting LLP, and is the U.S. leader for Deloitte Digital. In this role, he focuses on helping clients gain business value by using digital to improve their engagement with customers, employees, partners, communities, and suppliers at various touch points along the journey. He brings more than 25 years of experience in the consulting industry, which enables him to bring new ideas to market quickly, and pragmatically apply these ideas to help clients modernize their businesses.
Software industry pioneer Sandra Kurtzig founded Kenandy with the vision to once again transform the world of enterprise management software. She did this the first time, when she founded ASK Computer Systems, created the groundbreaking MANMAN product family and grew the company into one of the ten largest software companies in the world.
As Chief Operating Officer, Scott drives all sales development activities for the company, as well as customer acquisition in the SMB market. Prior to joining ServiceMax, Scott was a Regional Sales Manager at SuccessFactors. He was an original member of the team that formed SuccessFactors first industry vertical team focused on the healthcare market.
As Chief Marketing Officer, Kamal is responsible for worldwide marketing strategy and execution to accelerate revenue growth and create awareness for the Apttus category-defining product vision. Prior to Apttus Kamal was Chief Marketing Officer for Selectica. During his tenure he was responsible for driving Selectica’s expansion into configure price quote (CPQ) markets. Prior to Selectica he was Vice President of Marketing at Model N, where he was instrumental in establishing Revenue Management as a software category and Model N as a leader in that market. He has also held leadership positions at Oracle, Apple, and RadioMail. Kamal holds a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from Utah State, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from IIT Roorkee.
Rachael King is a reporter for the CIO Journal blog at The Wall Street Journal, a position she has held since March 2012. She covers workplace technology. Prior to joining the Journal, Rachael was a writer for Bloomberg’s Businessweek from 2005 - 2012. Her work has also appeared in Fortune, Inc., Business 2.0 and many other publications. She has been honored with several awards, including a National Editorial Award from the American Society of Business Publication Editors and a Jesse H. Neal Award. Rachael graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles. She currently lives in San Francisco.
Discuss these topics and more with industry innovators and fellow global CIOs at the exclusive CIO Innovators Summit
Forget long powerpoint sessions, the attendee-driven agenda will include: Concise 30 minute keynotes from technology leaders and Facilitated discussions with other CIOs on topics voted on by you!
Founded by Apttus, Kenandy, and ServiceMax — Force United is a consortium of leading software companies across multiple industries built 100% native on the Salesforce1 Platform.
|8:30am-9:00am||Networking Breakfast & Registration|
|9:00am-9:30am||Cloud ERP and the Agile Enterprise
Sandy Kurtzig, Founder & CEO, Kenandy
|9:30am-10:15am||Valleyside Chat: Esat Sezer, Senior VP & CIO, Coca-Cola Enterprises & Ari Levy, Reporter, CNBC|
|10:30am-11:45am||Facilitated Discussion Topics (Choose 1)|
|12:00pm-12:30pm||The New Cloud CIO: Transforming from Provider to Profit Center
Kamal Ahluwalia, CMO, Apttus
|1:30pm-2:00pm||The Technology Driven Service Economy
Scott Berg, COO, ServiceMax
|2:00pm-2:45pm||Valleyside Chat: Trey Keisler, CIO, GE Energy & Rachael King, Reporter, Wall Street CIO Journal|
|3:00pm-4:15pm||Facilitated Discussion Topic (Choose 1)|
|4:30pm-5:00pm||Bringing It All Together: Managing Rapid Innovation
Andy Main, Principal, Deloitte
Click here to view facilitated discussion topics voted on by you!
The cloud, mobile and social technologies are defining our current era of customer service, but what will take us into the new era of business? Service is rapidly becoming the competitive battleground for businesses, and those who stay on the cutting edge emerge as winners. In this session, find see what will define the future of service and how technology and CIOs will be at the center of it all. Trends like IoT, wearables, 3D printing and drones have all shown promise in revolutionizing how we deliver service, but what will actually have an impact on customer satisfaction and company profitability? Come see what the future of service looks like and the technology that will make it a reality.
ERP is the backbone of business operations. For many enterprises, it has become an aging and brittle spine, unable to react nimbly to customer demands and market opportunities. Sandra Kurtzig, founder and CEO of Kenandy, will discuss why corporations will need to replace every legacy application over the next decade with a new class of applications that are architected from the ground up for agility. She will explain how companies are developing new, innovative business processes leveraging the power of cloud, global, mobile and social applications.
In October 2006, Esat Sezer was named Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Coca-Cola Enterprises. Mr. Sezer oversees the company’s technology and information capabilities. Esat has more than 20 years of global IT experience. Most recently, Mr. Sezer served as Corporation Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Whirlpool Corporation, a position he held since 2002. Prior to joining Whirlpool Corporation as Vice President, Global Information Services in 2001, Mr. Sezer held several positions of increasing responsibility with Colgate-Palmolive Co. From 1988 to 1991, he was a senior consultant at Andersen Consulting in London. Born and raised in Istanbul, Mr. Sezer received his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Istanbul Technical University and his Master of Science in Quantitative Analysis from Istanbul University.
The biggest competition for global enterprises today isn’t another company – it’s time itself. So how can IT change their mandate from just keeping the lights on to helping the business move as fast as possible? Modern CIOs are beginning to balance the stable core of their ERP and legacy apps with the lightning-fast nature of “born in the cloud” apps. Learn 5 examples of how cloud-based apps like Quote-to-Cash are helping CIOs focus on growing revenue and business agility – with a secure, scalable foundation that CIOs can build their IT infrastructure on.
Apttus delivers Quote-to-Cash, category-defining software that drives the vital business process between the buyer’s interest in a purchase and the realization of revenue.
Kenandy is the cloud ERP platform for the modern enterprise. Kenandy Empowers Real People™ to work the way they want to work on any device anywhere in the world—it’s easy to use, implement, and change. Kenandy automates all of your core business processes including order-to-cash, procure-to-pay, planning & production, and global financials.
There are more than five million field technicians in the US and tens of millions across the globe installing, repairing, and maintaining the machines that keep our lives running every single day. ServiceMax is the only complete field service software solution helping companies of all sizes manage contracts, scheduling, and parts, while also providing solutions for social, portals, and analytics — all delivered in the cloud to any mobile device.
The Rosewood Sand Hill
2825 Sand Hill Rd
Menlo Park, California
Room Block & Hotel Rates
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San Jose International
Airport (SJC) - 15 miles
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Airport (SFO) - 16 miles
Airport (OAK) - 39 miles
Vote on your top 5 topics when you register!
|GLOBAL||Real strategies for faster global rollouts of cloud technology|
|INNOVATION||What’s the value of an innovation organization? Should you build one?|
|INTEGRATION||Why integration is more important (and easier) than ever|
|SECURITY||New technology = new security challenges: How to tackle them|
|MOBILE||Building a long-term strategy for a constantly changing technology|
|SOCIAL||How to unlock the value and speed adoption of social in the enterprise|
|CLOUD||Is the cloud here to stay? What to expect in the future|
|APPLICATIONS||Top applications CIOs can’t live without today|
|PROCESSES||Why the cloud enables better, more nimble business processes|
|CPQ||Arming sales with better Quote & Configuration capabilities|
|FIELD SERVICE||Making field service a strategic part of your business through technology|
|ERP||Is ERP dead? The new world of ERP and what it means to your company|
|IMPLEMENTATION||Tips and tricks for cloud implementation success|
|AGILE||What is agile innovation? Should you adopt this model?|
|SALESFORCE||Strategies for the Salesforce platform today and what will be possible tomorrow|
|DATA||BI, predictive analytics and big data: How CIOs are gaining insights from data|
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