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    • 16 Oct 2020
    • 7:45 AM - 9:00 AM (EDT)
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    Building a DevOps Culture


    Thank you TTEC Annual Investors: 
    Eliassen Group | Vaco | Wake Tech Community CollegeWilliams Mullen



    When:  Friday, October 16 (7:45-9:00 am)
    7:45 am – Virtual Networking
    8 am – Welcome and Discussion

    9 am – Adjourn  


    Overview:  We are seeing a focus on applications to effectively manage business. This is leading organizations to not only rely on SW companies for their operational applications, but also to customize and develop their own. And while there is a mix of organizations that are faced with downsizing, others are growing. This is driving technology leaders to adapt in order to implement their strategy and deliver the applications the business demands.


    Raghav Pavaman, VP of Engineering for Relias, will lead a discussion on top strategic initiatives and challenges, as well as how they have they have changed in the past year.

    Format:  This meeting will be delivered via web conference. The discussion format will interview-style, with Raghav providing an overview and lead on discussion questions. But the main goal is to have an engaged discussion with all participants.


    Registration:  Please email Marc Montoro if you would like to register. You will receive a calendar invitation with the web conference information.

    • 20 Nov 2020
    • 7:45 AM - 9:00 AM (EST)
    • Virtual Meeting
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    Politics of a CIO


    Thank you TTEC Annual Investors: 
    Eliassen Group | Vaco | Wake Tech Community CollegeWilliams Mullen



    When:  Friday, November 20 (7:45-9:00 am)

    7:45 am – Virtual Networking
    8 am – Welcome and Discussion
    9 am – Adjourn  


    Overview:  As vital as technology is to an organization's operations and success, it still common that there is not a seat at the ELT table for the technology leader. Similarly, it is a constant battle to change the perception that IT is a cost center and not a value enabler. Therefore, a CIO will deal with a myriad of politics the business of mergers, acquisitions and andemics, happen.


    George Reichert, CIO of Genworth, will lead a discussion on he has navigated corporate politics and positioned technology during transitional times.

      Format:  This meeting will be delivered via web conference. The discussion format will interview-style, with George providing an overview and lead on discussion questions. But the main goal is to have an engaged discussion with all participants.


      Registration:  Please email Marc Montoro if you would like to register. You will receive a calendar invitation with the web conference information.

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