The Central and Eastern European IT Leaders Summit 2007 (CEEIT '07)

Venue: Hilton Budapest

Location: Budapest, Hungary

Event Date/Time: Nov 26, 2007 End Date/Time: Nov 28, 2007
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Today's IT Leader not only faces the challenge of aligning technology with high-level business strategy but must also bring together the right internal and external partners to deliver profitable business results. CEEIT examines techniques to leverage technology tools and methods for capitalizing on new and existing investments. The CEE IT Leaders Summit offers a hands-on, tailor-made program to answer the question of ‘how’ to utilize IT resources better in terms of existing infrastructures, architectures, and processes from a Central and Eastern European perspective.
This objective and highly engaging Forum is the first in the CEE Region to provide senior IT executives a platform for knowledge exchange, relationship building and for the development of business strategies. CEEIT is projected to be the largest gathering of industry professionals from CEE and CIS at the highest level. The summit provides a unique opportunity for IT leaders from across the region to share their expertise, gain invaluable benchmarking opportunities and discuss the future of IT. Stamford Global undertakes to deliver a content-rich meeting that stretches the thinking of attendees, involves them in debates led by the region’s leading IT experts and thought-leaders, and leaves them entertained and enlightened, with a network of senior contacts met at the event.
The CEE IT Leaders Summit is designed to give attendees a level of strategic insight required to make the right technology investments for their firms. It is therefore a high-level forum focusing on how business and IT interact and align themselves, rather than a technology-based program for IT managers.
Summit Focus
•The IT Director as Business Leader
•Aligning IT with Business Strategy
•Achieving Cost Effective IT Management
•The Shift to Service Orientated Architecture
•Outsourcing from a CEE perspective
•Best Practices in IT Governance
•Emerging Technologies & their Business Applications
•Risk Management in IT and Cyber Security
•Managing successful Systems Integration