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Future Enterprise Systems Africa

16 - 17 October 2019 | Main Conference
15 October 2019 | Pre-Conference Focus Day
Focus Rooms, Sunninghill, Johannesburg

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Agenda

Agenda subject to change. For more information on speaking contact ryan.matthews@coriniumgroup.com or sebastian.gazi@coriniumgroup.com
Innovation Focus Day
15 October
07:30

Registration Opens

Registration Opens

October 15 | 07:30 - 08:50

Speaking:

08:50

Welcome & Opening Remarks

Speaking:

Ryan Matthews - Corinium

Ryan Matthews

Head of Production: MEA, Corinium Global Intelligence

Welcome & Opening Remarks

October 15 | 08:50 - 09:00

Speaking:

Ryan Matthews - Corinium

Ryan Matthews

Corinium Global Intelligence

09:00

Building an Innovation Team

This session will look at the basis for an innovation team and where to find a home for them. To start with, we will examine pre-existing teams within the IT organisation. What is different about innovation teams is that they tend to look at what is happening outside the organisation, identify new solutions or methodologies and apply them within. However, sometimes conflict arises when matching innovation to the current architecture of the business. What is important is the need to drive commercial value for the business alongside enterprise architecture teams. Do you already have an innovation team in place? Do you need one? Where would you start?

Speaking:

roland olivier

Roland Olivier

Head of Innovation & Technology, Cinnabar Investment Management

Building an Innovation Team

October 15 | 09:00 - 10:30

This session will look at the basis for an innovation team and where to find a home for them. To start with, we will examine pre-existing teams within the IT organisation. What is different about innovation teams is that they tend to look at what is happening outside the organisation, identify new solutions or methodologies and apply them within. However, sometimes conflict arises when matching innovation to the current architecture of the business. What is important is the need to drive commercial value for the business alongside enterprise architecture teams. Do you already have an innovation team in place? Do you need one? Where would you start?

Speaking:

roland olivier

Roland Olivier

Cinnabar Investment Management

10:30

Morning Coffee & Networking

Morning Coffee & Networking

October 15 | 10:30 - 11:00

Speaking:

11:00

Driving Innovation Throughout the Business

The second session will examine growing the culture of innovation beyond IT. How can we encourage the rest of the business embrace innovation? We often here about a culture of innovation being created throughout the business but what does this look like, does it really exist? What role does the c-suite have in driving change, where do you find yourself in the organisation – are you also responsible to expound innovation beyond your team? Is there a tactical roadmap you can employ to create a culture that both creates and nurtures a culture of innovation and creativity?

Speaking:

Iggy Nkwinika Investsure

Ignatius Nkwinika

Co-Founder, Investsure

Driving Innovation Throughout the Business

October 15 | 11:00 - 12:30

The second session will examine growing the culture of innovation beyond IT. How can we encourage the rest of the business embrace innovation? We often here about a culture of innovation being created throughout the business but what does this look like, does it really exist? What role does the c-suite have in driving change, where do you find yourself in the organisation – are you also responsible to expound innovation beyond your team? Is there a tactical roadmap you can employ to create a culture that both creates and nurtures a culture of innovation and creativity?

Speaking:

Iggy Nkwinika Investsure

Ignatius Nkwinika

Investsure

12:30

Lunch

Lunch

October 15 | 12:30 - 13:30

Speaking:

1:30

Developing an AI Strategy

In this session we will look at how AI will be incorporated into your EA and overall business strategies. As much as business priorities have changed and evolved, AI has grown in prominence. What should now be examine is watch are the business’ top priorities and how can AI help deliver on these goals. The adoption of AI brings its own set of challenges from resource capacity, skills, tech costs and implementation. Together, we will examine and discuss proven use cases, key challenges and suggest best practices to adopting an AI strategy.

Speaking:

Shane Naidoo

Shane Naidoo

Head: Data Science, Innovation & Robotic Process Auditing, Standard Bank

Developing an AI Strategy

October 15 | 13:30 - 15:00

In this session we will look at how AI will be incorporated into your EA and overall business strategies. As much as business priorities have changed and evolved, AI has grown in prominence. What should now be examine is watch are the business’ top priorities and how can AI help deliver on these goals. The adoption of AI brings its own set of challenges from resource capacity, skills, tech costs and implementation. Together, we will examine and discuss proven use cases, key challenges and suggest best practices to adopting an AI strategy.

Speaking:

Shane Naidoo

Shane Naidoo

Standard Bank

3:00

Afternoon Coffee & Networking

Afternoon Coffee & Networking

October 15 | 15:00 - 15:30

Speaking:

3:30

The Future of Innovation

To wrap up the focus day, we will look at the future of innovation and what it means. Will we reach a point where innovation becomes redundant as is just seen as part of the business process (or are we there already)? Will technology providers keep up the pace, or merely repackage old concepts as new? Are there any ethical quandaries we might face with ongoing tech development and AI adoption? What is next on the disruption horizon and are we better able predict change now than 10 years ago? Based on case examples, discussion will be open for you to participate and share your thoughts.

Speaking:

Jan-Pilbauer BankservAfrica

Jan Pilbauer

Chief Payments and Innovation Officer, BankservAfrica

The Future of Innovation

October 15 | 15:30 - 17:00

To wrap up the focus day, we will look at the future of innovation and what it means. Will we reach a point where innovation becomes redundant as is just seen as part of the business process (or are we there already)? Will technology providers keep up the pace, or merely repackage old concepts as new? Are there any ethical quandaries we might face with ongoing tech development and AI adoption? What is next on the disruption horizon and are we better able predict change now than 10 years ago? Based on case examples, discussion will be open for you to participate and share your thoughts.

Speaking:

Jan-Pilbauer BankservAfrica

Jan Pilbauer

BankservAfrica

5:00

Close of Focus Day

Close of Focus Day

October 15 | 17:00 - 17:05

Speaking:

Main Conference Day 1
16 October
07:30

Registration Opens

Registration Opens

October 16 | 07:30 - 09:00

Speaking:

09:00

Welcome & Opening Remarks

Speaking:

Ryan Matthews - Corinium

Ryan Matthews

Head of Production: MEA, Corinium Global Intelligence

Welcome & Opening Remarks

October 16 | 09:00 - 09:15

Speaking:

Ryan Matthews - Corinium

Ryan Matthews

Corinium Global Intelligence

09:15

The New Era of Managing Enterprise Systems & IT

  • Users are now in charge; they need data, analytics, access and systems that work for them
  • This is the age of trial and error; it’s time to be fearless
  • Empower those around you; challenge processes, change vendors, experience, innovate
  • The CIO/CTO belongs in the boardroom (some of the time), and for the rest of the day?

Speaking:

Suren Pillay - absa

Suren Pillay

Chief Architect: Chief Technology Office, absa

The New Era of Managing Enterprise Systems & IT

October 16 | 09:15 - 09:45

  • Users are now in charge; they need data, analytics, access and systems that work for them
  • This is the age of trial and error; it’s time to be fearless
  • Empower those around you; challenge processes, change vendors, experience, innovate
  • The CIO/CTO belongs in the boardroom (some of the time), and for the rest of the day?

Speaking:

Suren Pillay - absa

Suren Pillay

absa

09:45

Case Study: Enterprise Business Agility

  • Finding the ability to adapt, change learn and pivot
  • Bringing together architecture, agility and the PMO teams
  • Outlining cultural and organisational change
  • Bringing this together with group tech and overall business strategy

Speaking:

Josef Langerman - Standard Bank

Josef Langerman

Group Head: IT Strategy, Architecture & Organisational Change, Standard Bank

Case Study: Enterprise Business Agility

October 16 | 09:45 - 10:15

  • Finding the ability to adapt, change learn and pivot
  • Bringing together architecture, agility and the PMO teams
  • Outlining cultural and organisational change
  • Bringing this together with group tech and overall business strategy

Speaking:

Josef Langerman - Standard Bank

Josef Langerman

Standard Bank

10:15

PANEL: The Future of the IT Office

  • Why do you think the CIOs domain over technology no longer enough?
  • What does the reporting structure look like in your organisation and why does that matter?
  • The Chief Digital Officer role was seemingly short-lived; why do you think this is the case?
  • How to bring together enterprise architecture and innovation
  • Can you (still) clearly define what is “business” and what is “IT” in your organisation, or are those blurred lines?

Speaking:

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Avsharn Bachoo

Chief Technology Officer, PPS Insurance

Hamman-Ferreira BankservAfrica

Hamman Ferreira

Chief Technology Officer, BankservAfrica

Suren Pillay - absa

Suren Pillay

Chief Architect: Chief Technology Office, absa

Josef Langerman - Standard Bank

Josef Langerman

Group Head: IT Strategy, Architecture & Organisational Change, Standard Bank

PANEL: The Future of the IT Office

October 16 | 10:15 - 11:00

  • Why do you think the CIOs domain over technology no longer enough?
  • What does the reporting structure look like in your organisation and why does that matter?
  • The Chief Digital Officer role was seemingly short-lived; why do you think this is the case?
  • How to bring together enterprise architecture and innovation
  • Can you (still) clearly define what is “business” and what is “IT” in your organisation, or are those blurred lines?

Speaking:

Suren Pillay - absa

Suren Pillay

absa

Josef Langerman - Standard Bank

Josef Langerman

Standard Bank

avsharn-bachoo-2156-1120

Avsharn Bachoo

PPS Insurance

Hamman-Ferreira BankservAfrica

Hamman Ferreira

BankservAfrica

11:00

Morning Coffee & Networking

Morning Coffee & Networking

October 16 | 11:00 - 11:30

Speaking:

11:30

Fuelling Growth and Innovation using Data

Speaking:

Swapnil Yemde - Hitachi

Swapnil Yemde

Sales Specialist: Big Data, Analytics & IoT, Hitachi Vantara

Fuelling Growth and Innovation using Data

October 16 | 11:30 - 12:00

Speaking:

Swapnil Yemde - Hitachi

Swapnil Yemde

Hitachi Vantara

12:00

How Does a Bank Pivot to Become a MVNO

  • What drives mVNO success
  • Channel Architecture: what is the optimal channel mix for today and the future
  • Cloud Virtualisation & Multi-Tenancy Architecture
  • Is there a place for mVNO’s in South Africa?

Speaking:

Len Pienaar Image-1

Len Pienaar

Chief Executive Officer , FNB Connect

How Does a Bank Pivot to Become a MVNO

October 16 | 12:00 - 12:30

  • What drives mVNO success
  • Channel Architecture: what is the optimal channel mix for today and the future
  • Cloud Virtualisation & Multi-Tenancy Architecture
  • Is there a place for mVNO’s in South Africa?

Speaking:

Len Pienaar Image-1

Len Pienaar

FNB Connect

12:30

The Growing Need for Microservices

  • Agile, scalable, highly responsive and efficient – why microservices are proving to be popular with EAs
  • Where to start – how to identify monoliths to disassemble
  • More pieces to the puzzle – taking a lean approach to microservice management
  • Integration is key; where corporates and start-ups can work together

Speaking:

Johann Marx Eskom

Johann Marx

Chief Enterprise Architect – Digital Strategy Execution and Architecture, Eskom

The Growing Need for Microservices

October 16 | 12:30 - 13:00

  • Agile, scalable, highly responsive and efficient – why microservices are proving to be popular with EAs
  • Where to start – how to identify monoliths to disassemble
  • More pieces to the puzzle – taking a lean approach to microservice management
  • Integration is key; where corporates and start-ups can work together

Speaking:

Johann Marx Eskom

Johann Marx

Eskom

1:00

Lunch

Lunch

October 16 | 13:00 - 14:00

Speaking:

2:00

Technology vs Cultural Change: Chicken or Egg?

The great digital transformation debate of the past few years has left us still questioning whether change is driven by technology or through culture. Most would argue both, although this session aims to draw a debate on investing one before the other; the argument can be made that technology is necessary to empower change, the flipside being that without a revived culture you’re burning cash on tech junk. This session will have two intentionally opposing views, arguing the merits of both. The best part is that you get to join in the debate, and perhaps we’ll come to a not-so fore-gone conclusion in the end.

Speaking:

Len Pienaar Image-1

Len Pienaar

Chief Executive Officer , FNB Connect

Kevin Rolfe Squiggles

Kevin Rolfe

Managing Director , Squiggles and Dots

Technology vs Cultural Change: Chicken or Egg?

October 16 | 14:00 - 14:50

The great digital transformation debate of the past few years has left us still questioning whether change is driven by technology or through culture. Most would argue both, although this session aims to draw a debate on investing one before the other; the argument can be made that technology is necessary to empower change, the flipside being that without a revived culture you’re burning cash on tech junk. This session will have two intentionally opposing views, arguing the merits of both. The best part is that you get to join in the debate, and perhaps we’ll come to a not-so fore-gone conclusion in the end.

Speaking:

Kevin Rolfe Squiggles

Kevin Rolfe

Squiggles and Dots

Len Pienaar Image-1

Len Pienaar

FNB Connect

2:50

Cloud Adoption

The conversation around cloud is reaching its zenith, yet we are still left with misconceptions and alternate strategies on its adoption. This peer-led discussion group will talk broadly about: Who is taking cloud adoption seriously? Why is cloud adoption inevitable? Are the drivers of adoption clear in your organisation? How to build a framework for operating across hybrid and multi-clouds? Do you have a dedicated cloud architect? Do you need one and where would they sit in the organisation?

Participants are encouraged to share their views on cloud adoption, the operating and cost implications to the business, or any hesitations they might have.

Speaking:

Cloud Adoption

October 16 | 14:50 - 15:40

The conversation around cloud is reaching its zenith, yet we are still left with misconceptions and alternate strategies on its adoption. This peer-led discussion group will talk broadly about: Who is taking cloud adoption seriously? Why is cloud adoption inevitable? Are the drivers of adoption clear in your organisation? How to build a framework for operating across hybrid and multi-clouds? Do you have a dedicated cloud architect? Do you need one and where would they sit in the organisation?

Participants are encouraged to share their views on cloud adoption, the operating and cost implications to the business, or any hesitations they might have.

Speaking:

3:40

Afternoon Coffee & Networking

The conversation around cloud is reaching its zenith, yet we are still left with misconceptions and alternate strategies on its adoption. This peer-led discussion group will talk broadly about: Who is taking cloud adoption seriously? Why is cloud adoption inevitable? Are the drivers of adoption clear in your organisation? How to build a framework for operating across hybrid and multi-clouds? Do you have a dedicated cloud architect? Do you need one and where would they sit in the organisation? Participants are encouraged to share their views on cloud adoption, the operating and cost implications to the business, or any hesitations they might have.

Afternoon Coffee & Networking

October 16 | 15:40 - 16:10

The conversation around cloud is reaching its zenith, yet we are still left with misconceptions and alternate strategies on its adoption. This peer-led discussion group will talk broadly about: Who is taking cloud adoption seriously? Why is cloud adoption inevitable? Are the drivers of adoption clear in your organisation? How to build a framework for operating across hybrid and multi-clouds? Do you have a dedicated cloud architect? Do you need one and where would they sit in the organisation? Participants are encouraged to share their views on cloud adoption, the operating and cost implications to the business, or any hesitations they might have.

Speaking:

4:10

Architecting for CX

Putting the customer at the core of the organisation is a key driver of digital transformation initiatives. But how do you architect a business to improve on CX initiatives, how does CX (customer journey-mapping etc) impact organisational design from the “outside-in”, how does the modern IT enabled organisation provide use technology to provide a more human experience? Participants will discuss how the remapping of legacy IT is necessary to meet the needs of the modern customer-centric organisation. Discussions will cover the relationship between design thinking and enterprise architecture, how EA drives both internal employee experience and external customer experience, and how CX service architecture covers all touch-points of the customer journey.

Speaking:

Jacques Matthee - TFG

Jacques Matthee

Senior Enterprise Architect, TFG

Architecting for CX

October 16 | 16:10 - 17:00

Putting the customer at the core of the organisation is a key driver of digital transformation initiatives. But how do you architect a business to improve on CX initiatives, how does CX (customer journey-mapping etc) impact organisational design from the “outside-in”, how does the modern IT enabled organisation provide use technology to provide a more human experience? Participants will discuss how the remapping of legacy IT is necessary to meet the needs of the modern customer-centric organisation. Discussions will cover the relationship between design thinking and enterprise architecture, how EA drives both internal employee experience and external customer experience, and how CX service architecture covers all touch-points of the customer journey.

Speaking:

Jacques Matthee - TFG

Jacques Matthee

TFG

5:00

Cocktails

Cocktails

October 16 | 17:00 - 18:30

Speaking:

Main Conference Day 2
17 October
07:30

Registration Opens

Registration Opens

October 17 | 07:30 - 09:00

Speaking:

09:00

Welcome & Opening Remarks

Speaking:

Ryan Matthews - Corinium

Ryan Matthews

Head of Production: MEA, Corinium Global Intelligence

Welcome & Opening Remarks

October 17 | 09:00 - 09:15

Speaking:

Ryan Matthews - Corinium

Ryan Matthews

Corinium Global Intelligence

09:15

Innovation as a means of Disruption

  • Does your organisation embrace innovation
  • How blockchain is used in retail banking
  • What is the strategy behind Open Banking, and how to select the right start-up partners
  • Case studies and examples

Speaking:

avsharn-bachoo-2156-1120

Avsharn Bachoo

Chief Technology Officer, PPS Insurance

Innovation as a means of Disruption

October 17 | 09:15 - 09:45

  • Does your organisation embrace innovation
  • How blockchain is used in retail banking
  • What is the strategy behind Open Banking, and how to select the right start-up partners
  • Case studies and examples

Speaking:

avsharn-bachoo-2156-1120

Avsharn Bachoo

PPS Insurance

09:45

The Future of the PMO is Business Value Delivery Management: PMO 4.0 for Industry 4.0

  • The new purpose of the PMO in the Agile Enterprise
  • The new role of the project manager in Agile & DevOps
  • Business architecture in the PMO to identify and discover business value
  • Big data ingredients in existing projects in demand and delivery
  • Business value realisation and validation – practical principles

Speaking:

Sergei Greyvenstein - Telesure

Sergei Greyvenstein

Head of Strategy Execution & Enterprise Projects, Telesure Investment Holdings

The Future of the PMO is Business Value Delivery Management: PMO 4.0 for Industry 4.0

October 17 | 09:45 - 10:15

  • The new purpose of the PMO in the Agile Enterprise
  • The new role of the project manager in Agile & DevOps
  • Business architecture in the PMO to identify and discover business value
  • Big data ingredients in existing projects in demand and delivery
  • Business value realisation and validation – practical principles

Speaking:

Sergei Greyvenstein - Telesure

Sergei Greyvenstein

Telesure Investment Holdings

10:15

Case Study: Open API

  • Why have Open Banking Standards
  • What are the benefits to both customers, new partners and the business
  • How was this achieved, and who were the drivers behind this initiative
  • What are the predicted outcomes of open APIs, and what is next on the horizon

Speaking:

Shillan Kisten Std Bank

Shillan Kisten

Head: API’s , Standard Bank Group

Case Study: Open API

October 17 | 10:15 - 10:45

  • Why have Open Banking Standards
  • What are the benefits to both customers, new partners and the business
  • How was this achieved, and who were the drivers behind this initiative
  • What are the predicted outcomes of open APIs, and what is next on the horizon

Speaking:

Shillan Kisten Std Bank

Shillan Kisten

Standard Bank Group

10:45

Morning Coffee & Networking

Morning Coffee & Networking

October 17 | 10:45 - 11:15

Speaking:

11:15

Application Architecture & AI

Speaking:

Hamman-Ferreira BankservAfrica

Hamman Ferreira

Chief Technology Officer, BankservAfrica

Ahmed Theba Discovery

Ahmed Theba

Information Security Architect, Discovery

Fouche Du Preez

Fouche du Preez

Solution Architect , Infocare Healthcare

Application Architecture & AI

October 17 | 11:15 - 12:00

Speaking:

Fouche Du Preez

Fouche du Preez

Infocare Healthcare

Ahmed Theba Discovery

Ahmed Theba

Discovery

Hamman-Ferreira BankservAfrica

Hamman Ferreira

BankservAfrica

12:00

Enterprise Architecture as the CIO’s Digital Advisory Partner

Digital transformation has imposed a closer alignment between the roles of the CIO and innovative EA teams. Forward thinking EA’s have become the vanguards for the successful execution of business transformation strategies and objectives.

The once accepted separation between developing a business and technology strategy in the enterprise no longer exists due to the evolution of Enterprise Architecture as a role – which is responsible for moving EA closer to the center of the organization; directly liaising and even advising the CIO.

This discussion group will explore how to develop an agile and collaborative approach in disparate teams across the enterprise, highlight best practices for enhancing digital operational excellence, explore how EA’s advisory role has enabled strategic technology decision making and enabled senior executives to rapidly respond to business threats and opportunities in an increasingly digitised ecosystem.

Speaking:

Brighton Ravele South32

Brighton Ravele

Enterprise Architecture Lead, South32

Thabo Mashegoane - Eskom

Thabo Mashegoane

Chief Advisor Business Architect, Eskom

Zia Hansia

Zia Hansia

Enterprise and Solutions Architect , Anglo American

Enterprise Architecture as the CIO’s Digital Advisory Partner

October 17 | 12:00 - 12:45

Digital transformation has imposed a closer alignment between the roles of the CIO and innovative EA teams. Forward thinking EA’s have become the vanguards for the successful execution of business transformation strategies and objectives.

The once accepted separation between developing a business and technology strategy in the enterprise no longer exists due to the evolution of Enterprise Architecture as a role – which is responsible for moving EA closer to the center of the organization; directly liaising and even advising the CIO.

This discussion group will explore how to develop an agile and collaborative approach in disparate teams across the enterprise, highlight best practices for enhancing digital operational excellence, explore how EA’s advisory role has enabled strategic technology decision making and enabled senior executives to rapidly respond to business threats and opportunities in an increasingly digitised ecosystem.

Speaking:

Zia Hansia

Zia Hansia

Anglo American

Thabo Mashegoane - Eskom

Thabo Mashegoane

Eskom

Brighton Ravele South32

Brighton Ravele

South32

12:45

Lunch

Lunch

October 17 | 12:45 - 13:45

Speaking:

1:45

Making data-driven Decisions to fast-track Digital Transformation

The success of any digital business transformation initiative will require visibility, adaptability and the ability to create a ‘connected business’ at scale. What if you could create a digital ‘avatar’ of your business? Emerging technologies have the potential to accelerate your path to digital transformation by leveraging artificial intelligence, machine learning and predictive analytics to create simulation models that can be repeatedly improved, resulting in superior future designs and applications. Competitive advantage in the digital era will not merely be about the best strategy, but instead it is going to be about execution; super-charging architecture with digital twins is the answer to complex digital transformations.

Participants will discuss the role of enterprise architects in taking digital transformation from concept to reality, how data can be used to gain visibility into technology and infrastructure, how to use KPI’s and data to guide strategy and analyse business operations, as well as assessing which cloud partner is best suited to your organisational needs.

Speaking:

Xolani Ndlovu Old Mutual

Xolani Ndlovu

Head of Innovation & Digital: Personal Finance , Old Mutual

John Pipkin AF

John Pipkin

Data Architect, Alexander Forbes

Making data-driven Decisions to fast-track Digital Transformation

October 17 | 13:45 - 14:30

The success of any digital business transformation initiative will require visibility, adaptability and the ability to create a ‘connected business’ at scale. What if you could create a digital ‘avatar’ of your business? Emerging technologies have the potential to accelerate your path to digital transformation by leveraging artificial intelligence, machine learning and predictive analytics to create simulation models that can be repeatedly improved, resulting in superior future designs and applications. Competitive advantage in the digital era will not merely be about the best strategy, but instead it is going to be about execution; super-charging architecture with digital twins is the answer to complex digital transformations.

Participants will discuss the role of enterprise architects in taking digital transformation from concept to reality, how data can be used to gain visibility into technology and infrastructure, how to use KPI’s and data to guide strategy and analyse business operations, as well as assessing which cloud partner is best suited to your organisational needs.

Speaking:

Xolani Ndlovu Old Mutual

Xolani Ndlovu

Old Mutual

John Pipkin AF

John Pipkin

Alexander Forbes

2:30

Factors to Consider When Building an EA Team

How can one define the value of an enterprise architecture team to the business? Is there really an unwavering divide between the two, or is the very value of the EA team the bridge between IT functions and business process? The EA team can bring a coherence to all business systems; perhaps a little cold and decisive at times. But what factors do you consider when building your EA team, and more importantly, where do they sit in the organisation and how to they function across the business.

This session will offer some practical insight into team development, but also allows you the share your views and opinions.

Speaking:

Johann Marx Eskom

Johann Marx

Chief Enterprise Architect – Digital Strategy Execution and Architecture, Eskom

Factors to Consider When Building an EA Team

October 17 | 14:30 - 15:20

How can one define the value of an enterprise architecture team to the business? Is there really an unwavering divide between the two, or is the very value of the EA team the bridge between IT functions and business process? The EA team can bring a coherence to all business systems; perhaps a little cold and decisive at times. But what factors do you consider when building your EA team, and more importantly, where do they sit in the organisation and how to they function across the business.

This session will offer some practical insight into team development, but also allows you the share your views and opinions.

Speaking:

Johann Marx Eskom

Johann Marx

Eskom

3:30

Close of Conference

Close of Conference

October 17 | 15:30

Speaking: