If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a network to grow a business.
Forward-thinking IT leaders are increasingly tapping into the expertise of the TBM Council as the network to leverage to take their organization to the next level, whether they’re seeking to communicate IT’s value to the business, optimize IT costs and investments, plan efficiently and accurately, or transform the IT operating model. And there’s no better chance for you to join forces with the TBM Council than to attend the TBM Conference 2015, October 26-29 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago.
The TBM Conference is only event where this elite community of innovators, experts, and pragmatists come together to learn and share applied lessons, tactical skills, and proven best practices to manage the business of IT. Don’t miss your chance to collaborate and explore what’s new, what’s possible, and what’s next for IT’s most pressing challenges – register now!
Must-see Speaker Lineup
This year’s event – designed to empower attendees with the collective ideas, tools, and networking opportunities that are only possible through the TBM Council – will feature more than 50 CIO speakers from enterprise organizations. Keynote speakers this year include ExxonMobil’s CIO Mike Brown and Microsoft’s CIO Jim DuBois, and there will be more inspiring presentations from IT executives at organizations like Merck & Co., SunTrust, AOL, Apptio, and many more.
Passionate IT leaders who are interested in presenting on a TBM topic during this year’s event are encouraged to submit an abstract or topic idea. Elevate yourself and your organization by sharing your knowledge and expertise, while helping to shape the evolution of the TBM discipline.
Should You Attend?
Senior IT and finance leaders from Global 2000 organizations will get the most benefit from the TBM Conference. Infrastructure and operations leaders, CIOs and CTOs can look forward to sessions on IT services transformation, CIO key performance indicators and metrics, vendor billing standardization, financial transparency, funding innovation budgeting and planning, communicating tradeoffs, optimizing costs, benchmarking, infrastructure strategies, application rationalization, and many more.
There will be tons of great content for senior finance professionals too, including sessions on the CFO of IT competency model, financial transparency, benchmarking, M&A best practices, budgeting and planning, total cost of apps and services, IT services portfolio, optimizing costs, and economic trends impacting IT, including the financial benefits of cloud, shifting to a more variable cost structure, and reducing unit costs over time. If you are a CFO, CFO of IT or finance manager, you won’t want to miss this event.
Stay tuned for more information on the full speaker lineup and agenda. In the meantime, be sure to register now to get the early bird rate, which ends June 26. And bring your whole team for a 20% discount (for teams of seven or more).