Dubai, United Arab Emirates, April 28, 2012 –(PR.com)– Middle East businesses are now investing in technology and are considering the role of the CIO to ensure stability across all processes within the organisation from the back office to the front office. The challenge in today’s organisations is to create value for all businesses through technology. In 2012, will CIOs regard their role as just a business entity supporter or will they have to transition themselves into business leaders? The MENA CIO Summit has the answers.
Scheduled to take place on 4 – 5 June 2012 in Habtoor Grand Beach Resort & Spa Hotel – Dubai, this summit will set the stage for CIOs from public, private and government entities to gain valuable insight into latest industry developments and network with industry peers from across the globe. Delegates will have the opportunity to learn how they can create value for businesses through information technology, to explore new and effective IT delivery models, and much more.
Ahmad Almulla, Vice President – Information Technology at Dubai Aluminium Company Limited who will be speaking at the event on “Creating highly effective IT frameworks” said, “This summit provides the delegates with both technology trends as well as experiences of users of technology. It is also an opportunity to learn from experts in I.T. fields and network with many CIOs who can provide guidance and advice with issues that delegates might be facing.”
The influential speaker line-up at this conference represents leading organizations including Air Arabia, Dubai Aluminium Company, Gulf Air, Siraj Finance, Belhasa International Company, Amman Stock Exchange, The International Renewable Energy Agency, Emirates Flight Catering, Ajman Bank, IFFCO Group of Companies, The King Faisal Foundation, Masdar, Al Hilal Bank, Abu Dhabi University, Abu Dhabi Judicial Department, United Nations, Roads and Transport Authority – UAE, Information Technology Authority – Sultanate of Oman, and Al Batha Holding.
Alok Srivastava of Masdar, another leading operational expert says, “MENA CIO Summit is different as it is represented by the industry peers and colleagues who will speak on the challenges of the present day CIO’s and how they are overcoming them with innovative ideas to drive their organization towards Business-IT alignment, Cost reduction/optimization and delivering more with less.”
Source: PR.Com – Press Release – 30 April 2012