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DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION 2015

Build, Realize & Optimise Business Strategies for the Digital Age
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Digital business is blurring the lines between the digital and the physical worlds, disrupting all industries and redening the
role of IT. CIOs aspiring to be agents of change in todays modern enterprise have an opportunity to do so by leveraging
digital trends, technologies, and the cultural dynamics they bring to the business. IT Professionals, business leaders and
technology providers who understand and harness digital technologies and business moments will play a leading role in
helping their organizations or government agencies to drive their company business forward and win in this new
environment.

FEATURED SPEAKERS
Nils Michaelis
MD Asean
ACCENTURE DIGITAL

Kieran O Hea
1st Chief Digital Ocer
CITY OF BRISBANE

Samsurin Welch
Head Digital Innovation, Strategy & Architecture
PETRONAS

Elena Lukyanenko
Customer Success Lead, APAC
MICROSOFT

Michael Wright
Head Talent Acquisition
GROUPM

Glen Francis
President
IDEATIONEDGEASIA

Ramesh Narayanaswamy
Group CIO
SINGAPORE POST

Thomas Lim
General Manager
XEDGE SINGAPORE

Pascal Nizri
International Banker & Co-Founder
CHEKK

Kenneth Wong
President
MALAYSIA DIGITAL ASSOCIATION

Manisha Rana
Chief Marketing Ocer
MAGICBRICKS.COM

Asif Saleem
Head Digital Channel Management
STANDARD CHARTERED BANK

Anjar Kuncoro
MD
SILIKON ASIA

John McGlinchey
SVP
COMPTIA

Robbi Wu
Head Social Innovation & Technology
CINIME

Karamjit Singh
CEO
DIGITAL NEWS ASIA

Glynn Honey
CEO
MAXUS

Sumit Puri
VP Operations & Technology,
PRUDENTIAL CORPORATION ASIA

Jerey Evans
VP of Agency, APAC
EPSILON

Dr.Gopi Kurup
CEO
TM RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

Michael Warren
Vice President
Multimedia Development Corporation ( MDeC)

Marc Woo
Head eCommerce & Travel
GOOGLE

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OVERVIEW
In a fast-changing digital landscape, leaders
need to understand the opportunities and

2 0 1 5

barriers to change and how technology can


make or break them. 51% of CIOs are
concerned that the digital torrent is coming

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faster than they can cope, and 42% dont feel


they have the right skills and capabilities in
place to face this future. Times of
transformation require new ways of thinking
and leading. More than ever, organisations
need dynamic strategic leaders who are able
to navigate unchartered waters, recognise

EXPLORE

market patterns earlier and better than

Striking insights designed to keep leaders at

and capture emerging growth opportunities

the forefront of strategy and technology are

on a continuous basis. This 2 day conference

delivered at these must-attend sessions.

will feature an integrative blend of insightful

competitors, conceive new business models,

presentations and case examples, engaging


Helping IT, Technology, Marketing leaders

dialogue and practical frameworks for

anticipate important shifts and adjust their

becoming a strategic leader and putting these

strategies and collaborations accordingly.

ideas into action.

Stories of Digital Transformation and advice

2015 Gartner Survey:

for emerging leaders.


Identify and act on new opportunities to lead
Information Technology transformation, and
become an indispensable strategic partner to
the business.

Exclusive Breakout Session


MANAGING DIGITAL RISK

87% of CIOs in Asia Pacic agrees the


digital world is creating new, dierent
and higher levels of risk in spite of the
advantages it brings;
69 % agrees that discipline of risk
management is not keeping up;
82% believes that having the agility to
deal with unexpected risks is crucial.

Jerey Choi, Head Technology Risk,


NEWS CORPORATATION AUSTRALIA

Supporting Partners:

There is no room for


complacency in the
fast-moving digital world.
Neelie Kroes, EU Commission for Digital Agenda

DAY 1 : 13 August 2015


08:15-08:45 Registration and Morning Coee
08:50-09:00 Ocial Welcome & Opening Remarks
09:00-09:40 Opening Keynote

Vision First For Eective Digital Leadership


CEOs, CIOs and CMOs are expected to play a leading role in digitalization. They must accept a
digital now, digital rst mentality in order to create a successful digital-savvy culture across the
organization. Peter Drucker quoted Culture eats Strategy for Breakfast, Even if you have the
greatest strategy in place, one can fail without having an organizational culture to make that
strategy a success.

09:40-10:00 Morning Tea-Break


10:00-10:40 The CIOs Role in Digital Transformation
Digital change is everywhere in business today. In some industries it means engaging more
eectively with customers; in others, it is about creating new date-driven products or accelerating
service delivery. All this potential for business impact has the attention of CEOs, CMOs and other
senior Executives- and they expect their CIOs to deliver. So how are you driving digital change in
your company? How can you leverage ITs uniquely horizontal view for greater business impact?
What new organizational model can help IT keep pace with the rapid-re pace of new demands?

Glen Francis, President, IDeationEdgeAsia

10:45-11:15 How Digital Evolved from Marketing to Innovation

- Where its Headed


Over the last decade, the purview of digital within enterprise has progressed from a focus on media
to business transformation to innovation. The fortune 500have begun to embrace the idea that
disruptive, not just sustainable, innovation should be their top strategic priority. Manisha covers
leaders in corporate innovation examining how digital leadership roles have evolved, the capabilities & competencies that make digital leaders unique to lead innovation, and how they are creating,
sourcing and operationalizing disruptive innovation for their organizations, internally and
externally.

Manisha Rana, Chief Marketing Ocer, MAGICBRICKS.COM

11:20-12:00 Productivity in the Modern Workplace


Re-imagining the workplace. Harnessing digital lifestyles. Empowering high-impact performers.
Promoting more collaborative ways of working. These goals are on the to-do list for many
organizations. But business, workforce, and technology dynamics are rapidly shifting. What
strategy should organizations put in place? In this session, Microsoft Customer Success Lead Elena
Lukyanenko describes how current and future productivity trends are impacting organizations
and help them achieve better business results and cultural change.

Elena Lukyanenko, Customer Success Lead, APAC, MICROSOFT

12:05-12:50 Digital Strategy at a Leading Oil and Gas Company


The potential opportunities of digital transformation are clear; the journey to get there is not. It
demands change to culture, skills, technology and business, but which comes rst and how do you
prioritize? How do you align your technology to a long term business strategy? Samsurin will be
discussing PETRONAS journey towards digital transformation focusing on the Oil and Gas
perspective of Digital Strategy and the changes his organization is working towards driving a
successful digital agenda.

Samsurin Welch, Head of Digital Innovation, Strategy & Architecture,


PETRONAS

1:00-2:00

Lunch

2:00-2:50

Panel Discussion

Achieving Transformation for the New Tomorrow


The pressure to remain competitive in todays environment is at extreme levels for not just organizations at a macro level, but for every group within those organizations at a micro level and
nowhere is this truer than in the IT department. As economies accelerate in pace to operate in real
time, expand in scope to occur across dozens of dynamic channels, and as interaction becomes
the new currency in this human centric intelligent society, CEOs, CIOs CMOs and relevant teams
involved need to ensure they are ready for this transformational future. Join us as we investigate
they need to re-architect their department, their operations, their infrastructure, and even their
personnel to not just respond, but to drive change.
Moderated by
Session Leaders

3:00-3:55

:
:

Anjar Kuncoro, MD, SILIKON ASIA


Michael Warren, VP, Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC)
Nils Michaelis, MD Asean, ACCENTURE DIGITAL
Samsurin Welch, Head IT Innovation, PETRONAS
John McGlinchey, SVP, COMPTIA

The Changing Nature of Personal Data and Implications for


Consumers and Businesses
Consumer privacy and regulatory pressures are changing the nature of personal data and shifting
ownership from businesses to individuals to the benet of both. And this is taking place in the
context of evolving consumer habits which are reshaping their expectations in terms of the digital
capabilities of the businesses they interact with. Pascal will expand on these changes and
demonstrate an innovative solution enabling consumers to own, manage and share their personal
information and contextualize their online interactions (mails, social and news networks).

Pascal Nizri, International Banker & Co-Founder, CHEKK

4:15-5:00

Breakout Session. Please Choose One

Breakout A:
Transforming Government Reshaping Industries
Long considered tired and lethargic, Governments can leverage Digital Strategies to not only transform themselves to become better, faster and clearer, but also be the change agent to catalyze the
industries they oversee or regulate to become more eective, ecient and competitive. In this
session, Thomas will share actual case studies of international award-winning projects in the Real
Estate & Construction, Legal & Judiciary and Martime & Shipping sectors and how the next-generation digital transformation he is designing will catapult emerging economies ahead of todays leading e-Governments to capture an increasing slice of the worlds FDI to become the powerhouses
of the 21st century.

Thomas Lim, General Manager, XEDGE SINGAPORE

Breakout B:
YOUR DIGITAL MARKETING MAKEOVER
Marketers are facing a new consumer marketing paradigm, and digital marketing is at the center
of this shift. But how do you master digital marketing, both from a strategic level and down at the
grass roots level, across all the channels, tools and resources digital has to oer? Learn what it
takes to move away from the tired old marketing approaches of the past and embrace all aspects
of digital marketing. Jerey will show you the key strategies in a digital marketing makeover for a
real audience member.

Jerey Evans, Vice President of Agency, APAC, EPSILON

Breakout C:
Digital Optimization & Conversion from a Financial Industry
Perspective
Key elements of an A to Z guide on why banks score low marks compared with many other
industries for delivering great digital experiences. The elements of a new world order for banking
that we need to embrace Rather than an outside-in approach, this is a presentation from a leading
digital banker who is driving change from within one of the largest global online and Mobile
banking presences.

Asif Saleem, Head Digital Channel Management,


STANDARD CHARTERED BANK

DAY 2 : 14 August 2015


9:00-9:40

OPENING CEO KEYNOTE:

Meeting the Digital Transformation Challenge in Asia


All digital transformation is rooted in gaining real business benets. While adopting digital
technology is critical to transforming todays businesses, many organizations nd the process slow
and complex. As you work to transform your business through technology, what opportunities
and challenges lie between objectives and success? In this interactive discussion, youll hear how a
range of business leaders are driving business value by making their enterprises responsive to
digital realities.
Panel:
Dr. Gopi Kurup, CEO TELEKOM RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
Glynn Honey, CEO MAXUS
Karamjit Singh, CEO DIGITAL NEWS ASIA

9:40-10:15

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AT SINGAPORE POST


What does digital transformation really mean and what might it look like in practice at your
organization? How do you align your technology to a long term business strategy? Ramesh will be
discussing Singapore Post approach to digital transformation focusing on the technological
aspects including how to respond to new technological innovations and how to understand
whether your current systems are working well and when to make changes plus what are some
successful steps to digitally transform your organization.

Ramesh Narayanaswamy, EVP & GCIO, SINGAPORE POST

10:15-10:30 Morning Tea-Break


10:30-11:00 THE FUTURE OF STRATEGY
Today every business is a digital business. Organizations are looking to re-imagine themselves in
a technology-driven world & have set forth on their journey to becoming digital businesses. But
just counting on technology to fuel the next wave of growth is not enough. While social, mobile,
analytics, user experience, and cloud drives these trends, the focus is now on new ways that these
technologies and capabilities are being woven into business strategy. Leading global brands are
not simply developing an eective digital strategy but rather understanding and focusing on how
digital is transforming their entire enterprise and inuencing their broader strategy across all
industries.

Nils Michaelis, Managing Director, ASEAN, ACCENTURE DIGITAL

11:00-12:00 The War For Talent is Over, And The Talent Won.
Here is What You Can Do About It
Talent Acquisition is a key priority for many CEOs in South East Asia and those companies who can
attract and retain top talent have a huge competitive advantage. However, recruiting is still seen
by many as a sub-function of HR. Join GroupMs Michael Wright as he takes us on a sometimes
surprising journey through their key Talent Acquisition pillars of Community, Content and Competition, demonstrating how they are winning the war for talent in Asia Pacic. Themes include
social/mobile recruiting, video and data-driven selection, and recruiting as a collaborative, company-wide eort.

Michael Wright, Head of Talent Acquisition, GROUPM

12:00-1:00

To CDO or not CDO - that is the question

What Kieran learned about being a Chief Digital Ocer (CDO) and about attitudes
towards CDO's.
The role of the Chief Digital Ocer as "the human side of digital disruption".
How is it done, what does the CDO of a city do and what can be achieved?
What it was like to be only the second person in the world appointed CDO of a city and the
rst in Australian Government.
The challenge: raising the digital capability of a city and staking Brisbane's claim in the
global digital economy.
The tools: digital audits, SME engagement, visiting entrepreneurs and the Chair in
Digital Economics.
Choosing the right type of digital strategy - digital marketing, digital business, digital
transformation and digital economy.
Creating the Ultimate Digital Proposition for a city or region.
The dierence between CIO's and CDO's and how they can learn to work together.
What organizations should consider before they appoint a CDO.

Kieran OHea, 1st Chief Digital Ocer, CITY OF BRISBANE

1:00-2:00

Networking Lunch

2:00-3:00

BREAKOUT SESSION. Please Choose One

Breakout A:
Mobile Apps vs. Mobile Messaging: Which is Better for
Customer Engagement?
With more than one billon users combined on WeChat, Line, Viber and Whatsapp, analyst predicts
regional organizations to increasingly turn to mobile messaging apps for customer engagement.
When it comes to choosing an approach to mobile engagement we get a lot of questions from
companies about which tools to use. Many of the brand leaders in mobile engagement are using
both mobile apps and messaging. That said, understanding the dierences between the channels
will help you choose which is right for various use cases, objectives and audiences.

Robbi Wu, Head Social Innovation & Technology,


CINIME LTD

Breakout B:
Cyber Security Risk Management Managing Digital Risk
Cyber Security risk is one of the key business concerns for many companiess Board of Directors,
CEO, CFO, CMO, CIO because it has direct implication to a company's reputation, customer trust
and business operations. Especially for companies that rely on digital technologies, information
analysis, intellectual properties, third party managed services, social media and consumer interactions. Serious Cyber Security breach could lead to a stop to the entire operation of a SME business
and major business damage to a international enterprise. This session aims to share a practical
approach to identify, assess and manage Cyber Security risks and communicate these to business
stakeholders. This will set the foundation for a Cyber Security risk mitigation strategy that focuses
on the priority areas which are specic to your organization.

Jerey Choi, Head Technology Risk & Information Security,


NEWS CORPORATION AUSTRALIA

3:00-3:45

Developing Digital Leaders Across Your Organisation


Within todays rapidly evolving digital world, the preparation, training and mentoring of our next
generation of up-and-coming enterprise leaders is vital to the increased success and competitive
advantage of the regions IT ecosystem. Companies expecting this new workforce of technology
talent to suddenly show up fully developed &ready for the challenges will nd themselves at a
distinct disadvantage. The clear winners in this new space will be forward-thinking companies who
proactively empower their new team members with the next-level leadership skills and resources
needed for professional growth.
Have you prepared your future leaders for the new roles that lie ahead of them?

Anjar Kuncoro, Managing Director, SILIKON ASIA INDONESIA

3:45-4:00:

Afternoon Tea Break

4:00- 4:45:

Roundtable Discussion: DIGITAL LEADERSHIP 2015


Title: Less Gadgetry, More Strategy"
Technology is the Comfort Zone, Leadership is the Battle Zone"

What binds digital technology, digital strategy and the digital economy together? The answer
is eective digital leadership.
Digital disrupts traditional business models while oering innovative opportunities to create
new sources of value.

20% of CEO's understand their own companies digital strategy. Need to see digital as a value
proposition for the business.
Address the signicant gap between companies that think they are part of the digital
economy and those that actually are.
Consumers adopt new technology at three times the rate that businesses do are they getting ahead or getting frustrated?
Stop bolting digital strategies onto businesses. Instead develop business strategies
for the digital age.
Overwhelming technology choice is intimidating businesses. They need trusted sources
to navigate the digital market place.
Pay attention to leadership innovation - creating digital champions in the boardroom.

Panel:
1. Kenneth Wong, Head Digital, Carat Media Services l President, MDA
2. Kieran OHea, 1st Chief Digital Ocer, CITY OF BRISBANE
3. Jerey Evans, VP for Agency, APAC, EPSILON
4. Robbi Wu, Head Social Innovation, CINIME LTD
5. Marc Woo, Head eCommerce & Travel, GOOGLE

4:45 5:30

BREAKOUT SESSION. Please Choose One.


Session A
Practical Tips & Tricks for Digital Transformation:
Stories from the Field
John will discuss key issues, best tools and real-world examples in regards to transforming your
business into the cloud: Firstly, Security as a foundational service for digital companies: Transforming your company to use digital tools involves creating a coherent mobility and security strategy. Secondly, choosing best cloud and mobility technologies and services: Do you need to get a
quick conrmation of the essential business practices concerning how to use the latest cloud and
mobility technologies? Next, Project-based service migration to the cloud. But what is the best way
to give your workers project management skills so that they know how to properly migrate these
services?

John McGlinchey, SVP Business Development, COMPTIA

Session B
Achieving Digital Transformation Across The Insurance Sector:
A Successful Customer Management Strategy
In this session Sumit addresses opportunities oered by digital channels and to what extent it
impacts protability and customer retention. He will be sharing how to eectively deploy digital
Strategy to insurance and what are the key challenges plus potential recommendations. How can
you ne-tune the customer experience across Internet and mobile channels to achieve the
greatest protability? How can you ensure Digital transformation is coupled with operational
excellence? Join Sumit Puri, Prudentials digital evangelist at this interactive session.

Sumit Puri, Regional VP Operations &Technology


Prudential Corporation Asia

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY
Nils Michaelis leads Accenture Digital for ASEAN combining the best of digital technologies and capabilities
around: Analytics, Mobility, Interactive/user experience
and Social. Nils brings more than 15 years of experience
in growing business, transformation, and innovating
unique approaches in leadership positions across multiple industries and geographies with strategy consulting
and global leaders in consumer facing industries such
as McKinsey, American Express, and Bertelsmann. Nils
has a particular spike in applying analytics and consumer insight to optimize value propositions, marketing
mix, and loyalty as well as supporting companies and
organizations in their digital transformation journey.
Samsurin Welch is the Head of Digital Innovation, Strategy & Architecture for PETRONAS Group of Companies.
He has been heavily involved in IT strategic planning &
leadership advisory, working with multiple industries
including Oil & Gas Upstream & Downstream, Healthcare & Education. Today he works closely with senior
leadership to develop long-term digital strategies to
take PETRONAS to the next level and enable the needs
of a global business. Samsurin has a Bachelors degree
from Northwestern University and a Masters degree
from the London School of Economics and Political
Science.
Michael Wright is denitely the most infamous Opportunity Broker in the Asia Pacic Region. He connects the
best talent with the best opportunities by coupling raw
recruiter instinct with data-driven approaches and lightweight, user-friendly tech. He's the modern day equivalent of a Yue Lao () or Old Man of the Moonlight a matchmaker and fate-weaver from the legends
of the Tang Dynasty. Michael is currently occupied
driving programmatic employee referral schemes with
gaming elements across a substantial employee population in Asia Pacic. He rmly believes in the notion that
if he spends enough time around talented people, hell
eventually become talented himself. Michael has 15
years in the Talent Acquisition industry, and oversees
recruiting for all Asian markets for the media investment management arm of WPP.
Ramesh Narayanaswamy is the Group Chief Information ocer for Singapore Post, responsible for strategy,
execution and support for all the technology needs for
Group Singapore Post businesses. The businesses
include Traditional mail, Retail and Financial services,
Digital services, Warehousing and logistics and ecommerce . Previously from Standard Chartered bank
where he was the Group Head of Technology solution.
Prior to Stanchart, Ramesh was involved in various
banking projects in Citibank. Ramesh is a seasoned
technology expert in strategizing , building and supporting systems to create superior value for businesses
Ramesh has executed number of projects which has
transformed businesses through technology and he is
very passionate about innovation in delivery models
and creating next generation leaders.

Pascal Nizri is a successful senior executive with 13


years of experience in a large international banking
corporation (HSBC), Pascal has worked across geographies (France, UK, Hong Kong, Australia) and disciplines
(strategy, business, technology, digital). His recent positions in the Group CEO's Oce of HSBC include Chief of
Sta for the Retail Bank worldwide and Global Head of
the Digital Strategy. Pascal also founded Chekk, a digital
startup enabling individuals to aggregate and contextualize their personal data, mails, news and social
networks, to manage and share these with other
individuals and businesses.
Manisha Rana currently leads the central marketing
organization for Magicbricks.com, Indias no 1 online
property site. Manisha is a senior marketing professional with and in-depth understanding of the evolving
digital ecosystem and is a strong advocate of leveraging
data and consumer insights to dene her strategy with
a strong marketing acumen she focuses on a 360
degree approach to marketing, covering every consumer touch point under traditional or digital media. Previously worked at Amazon India where she launched its
India chapter and devised the roadmap and communication for Amazon and Kindle e-readers. She has also
dened marketing strategies for leading companies
across consumer durables, online travel, and has also
dabbled at an entrepreneurial venture of her own.
Anjar Kuncoro is an an experienced leader with 25
years of experience in Information Technology where
he has over 5 years of experience as Chief Executive
Ocer in Technology Consulting and Telecommunication Services companies. Anjar also has over 9 years of
experience as Chief Information Ocer in a leading
Insurance companies and held the position of Regional
Chief Information Ocer for Asia, Pacic, India, Middle
East and Africa regions in Media Research company. He
is a pioneer in developing Digital Leaders and CIO Series
Program in Indonesia. Anjar is also the author of The
CIO Series books and a speaker for various events and
seminars. He is passionate about technology and developing people.
Robin Wu is a social technologist with experience in
working across ecommerce, social media and marketing. He works for Cinime, the largest mobile second
screen gaming company for Cinemas across UK, US,
Singapore and China. In 2006, he worked in China with
Kingsoft Software to develop one of the rst premium
models for antivirus and oce software, and DHgate
building the most protable overseas social community
of overseas B2C customers in China. In 2012, he moved
to Groupm to assist agencies on developing social
media and technologies for brands across the region
including KFC, Oreo, Legoland and Cadbury. He is
currently focused on mobile social and disruptive technologies and how brands can leverage communities for
sales, support and ownership of experiences that help
marketing messages become popular culture.

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY
Glynn Honey is the Managing Director for Maxus
Malaysia after leading digital marketing businesses in
the UK, and most recently in Australia, and having spent
over 23 year marketing career in digital. His career highlights include innovation milestones that span from
working on one of the rst ever websites to incorporate
graphic images in the UK, to launching global online
banking brand Rabo Bank in Australia, developing the
Subaru oering to the point of selling the rst ever car
online in Australia and working with Google on the
multi-globally awarded Build with Chrome. Prior to
leading Maxus, Glynn successfully lead Mark, M&C Saatchi in Australia, transforming the business into a top
three ranking agency in Australia. His period of leadership achieved a prolic period of award recognition at
the highest global levels in digital and creative marketing.
Jerey Evans is an inspiring leader whose DNA is to
drive transformational change. He had successfully built
his career in marketing in the IT&T and Financial
Services sectors across Asia Pacic and Global regions.
The foundations of his career have been established
along three key pillars thought leadership delivering
technical innovation, marketing strategy development
& execution, and being bottom line focused; the ability
to measure the impact & eectiveness of what he develops or execute. Through these foundations he has delivered innovative, technology driven marketing solutions,
focused on Lead Generation, Content Marketing, Social
Media, Cloud based CRM, Digital Marketing Automation,
and Analytics & Big Data Insights into the Business to
Business segment. Prior to joining Epilison, Jerey was
in American Express.
Kieran OHea has twenty years experience in strategic
planning and execution with a digital focus. He has a
track-record in successfully delivering projects with
seven-gure budgets at city, national and international
levels. In his most recent position as Chief Digital Ocer
of Brisbane, he led the development and implementation of the city's digital economy strategy. He has previously contributed to the development and implementation of digital business strategies in a number of areas
including ICT, tourism, non-prot and government. He
now provides consultancy to rms on a range of digital
strategy and digital leadership issues, blogs frequently,
contributes to press articles and speaks at events.
Elena Lukyanenko is a Customer Success Lead, APAC
in Microsoft. She serves as an advisor to IT and business
leaders in APAC helping them to adopt digital technologies to drive growth and new ways of work. Elena plays
a leading role spreading the #ResponsiveOrg movement in Southeast Asia, which encourages organizations to shift towards experimentation, autonomy and
transparency to become more responsive. She brings
with her over 10 years cross industry experience in
sales, marketing and customer service, 7 of which were
spent in Asia.

Glen Francis is the President for IDeationEdgeAsia, Vice


President for IT management association, he serves on
3 institutes of higher learning as their technology board
adviser and he mentors several startup companies. He
has over 20 years of technology experience. He has
been involved in many industries, having served on a
number of executive boards and forums. Previously,
Glen was the CIO for Global Logistic Properties Limited
(GLP), responsible for Technology across the groups
global operations across 76 cities. He joined GLP shortly
after their listing in Singapore, and helped setup their
technology platforms, security framework, data center,
organizational, PMO, ITMO, and M&A requirements for
expansion and joint ventures. Glen also worked in Intel,
Xircom leading their US$40 million digital transformation project.
Thomas Lim is General Manager of xEdge Consultancy
Pte Ltd, a leader in helping organizations translate their
digital strategy into tangible competitive advantage.
Best known for his leadership of Singapore's CORENET
program which won international accolades from the
World Bank, Commonwealth Association of Public
Administration and Management and the Singapore
e-Government Excellence Distinguished Award, he also
headed Technology Site Operations at Thomson
Reuters delivering products and services into its Financial Services global customers and more recently led a
Business Division at a public-listed technology company
where he almost tripled sales and doubled protability
whilst simultaneously expanding into Americas, Asia
and the Middle East with deals thrice local revenues.
Kenneth Wong is the President for the Malaysian
Digital Association (MDA), a role that will see him backing the industry to achieve its objectives & implement its
strategies seasoned marketer, Kenneth brings with him
a wealth of experience in the digital space incorporating
both agency and client perspectives. Kenneths 12 years
in the industry include client servicing, strategic and
brand marketing stints with Carat Media Services (Aegis
Group), PHD Media (Omnicom Media Group), Interface
Advertising, Institute for Customer Relationship Management, CIMB and headed Celcom Axiata Berhad
Online and ITL Marketing and Communications Planning. Kenneth is also the recipient of 3 back-to-back
Ee Awards with CIMB and Celcom.
Asif Saleem is the former head of digital channel management at Standard Chartered Bank with over 13 years
of experience in the banking industry and a specialist
with digital channels including Channel migration,
Digital Analytics, Business Planning, Product development and Channel Management. He had transformed a
set of subscale channel to become one of the Lead & the
most consumer preferred channel within the bank. He
achieved over 3.5 Mn Digital Active Customers with over
100 million nancial transactions conducted via its
digital channels making it approx ~ 70% of all transactions. He was a pioneer in establishing digital sales
target operation model of credit cards, personal loans.
These eorts have resulted in multiple industry accolades with bank recognized as the Worlds Best
Consumer Internet Bank for the last four years consecutively by Global Finance Magazine.

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY
Sumit Puri is the Regional Operations and Technology
Vice President at Prudential Corporation Indonesia. He
is execution focused, a proactive leader with over 20
years of work experience in technology and operations
in leading nancial services organizations in Asia Pacic
region. Sumit has a highly successful track record of
driving Enterprise digital strategy in organizations
across multiple countries. He is responsible for executing key strategic operational process transformation
projects in various businesses in Prudential Asia. Previously, as CIO, Prudential Life Assurance, Indonesia, led
the IT team in implementing various strategic automation initiatives which digitized operational and sales
processes and signicantly enhanced customer
experience.
John McGlinchey is the SVP for Global Business Development, for CompTIA. He is responsible for leading the
global business development team in the promotion
and sales of CompTIA certications. This includes the
development and delivery of partnership relationships
as well as cooperating with the education and training
communities across the world. With 25-plus years of
commercial experience, John is a successful, dynamic,
strategic and highly committed senior executive with a
proven track record as a leader, directing sales sta in
the consistent achievement of targets and performance
metrics. Prior to his current role in CompTIA, John
served as the organizations Vice President for Europe
and the Middle East, providing senior strategic direction, leadership, management and support to the EME
team.
Jerey Choi is the Head of Technology Risk, Security &
Compliance for News Corporation Australia where he
has established business executive sponsorship of the
Technology Risk and Cyber Security strategy. Jerey has
strong Asia Pacic and Global exposure. He is responsible for leading the execution of the associated local and
Global transformation initiatives. Previously, he held a
number leadership positions such as being part of the
senior management team of Westpac Bank's Operational Risk function providing Technology Risk coverage
over the entire banking applications domain as well as
key strategic transformation He was the CISO of
Coca-cola Amatil establishing a multi-national IT security and risk function. Prior to that, he established a security managed services practice at Ericsson which acted
as a full scope outsourced IT security department to a
tier-1 mobile telecommunications carrier.
Marc Woo leads the eCommerce & travel sector in the
Global Business Organization at Google Malaysia supercharging the regional & local eCommerce scene, driving
digital thought leadership, while fostering collaborations with key strategic eCommerce & travel partners.
Marc is one of the founding members of Korang and
spearheaded the Malaysia Global Mentoring Program.

Karamjit Singh is the Chief Executive Ocer of Digital


News Asia. Karamjit founded Digital News Asia with a
vision that media should play its role as the Fourth
Estate, and on the belief that timely, insightful and
analytical coverage can help the tech ecosystem in
South-East Asia, especially Malaysia, grow and develop.
Over the course of his career, Karamjits name has
become synonymous with netv@lue2.0. He has come to
be regarded by industry and peers as one of the nations
most respected journalists and pundits, and is frequently invited to speak or moderate at conferences and
roundtables. Prior to DNA, Karamjit was the senior
editor for The Edge Business publication. He was also
editor of a bi-monthly pullout, SMEs Going Global, in
The Edge.
Dr.Gopi Kurup is the Chief Executive Ocer of Telekom
Research & Development Malaysia. He has over 15
years of industry and academic experience in the Telecommunication & IT industries, with strong technical
fundamentals in engineering leadership & market
driven product development. Gopi is responsible for
long-term technology strategy and research, ensuring
cutting edge innovation drives TM to quickly develop
and deliver new services to the market. Prior to TM, he
has worked for NTT and Qualcomm in various capacities
including RF engineering, data communications
research and business development.
Michael Warren is the Vice President at the Malaysian
Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC), the caretakers of the Malaysian Multimedia Super Corridor
(MSC) as well as the Digital Malaysia program. He is a
former Chief Executive Ocer , advisor and Independent Director on the boards of several companies. His
Corporate Leadership and management accomplishments include leading the start-up, operations and
restructuring of entrepreneurial, regional and multi-national organizations, across a variety of industries
including telecoms, nancial services, energy & utilities,
manufacturing, and the public sector. His core competence lies in his extensive government and commercial
network across the SEA region, his skills around corporate problem and opportunity identication matters,
people relationship management, and in the formulation and execution of corporate and business
strategies.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND


CEOS, COOS, SENIOR MANAGEMENT
CIOs and their leadership teams
CTOs
Senior IT Leaders
Technology and Business Strategy Executives
CMOs and Head of Marketing Divisions
Chief Digital Officers
GCIO and Government related Bodies,
Technology and Service Providers

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Build, Realize & Optimise Business Strategies
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