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What is your organisation’s 2022 outlook?

As each country look for their own ways to establish, build and manage policies to recover from the pandemic, we’ve seen shifts in from companies moving towards digital leadership. However, they see disruptions from every direction — from macro and microeconomic influence to technology currents and budgetary challenges.

Companies in preparing for stay at home workforce might have overlooked their licensing quota thus resulting in a breach which they haven’t realised.

As a business and technology leader, how will you prepare for these disruptions, how will you steer against the tide to propel forward in this digital economy?

In this 1-hour roundtable session, we will discuss:

  • the current reality and the expectation from CIOs
  • how several enterprise software licensees were able to deliver on growth and innovation with third-party maintenance support
  • license negotiation strategies
  • licensing FAQs when moving to third-party support

Rani Nathwani, former CIO at Prince Court Medical Centre along with Doug Gibson, Managing Partner at Invictus Partners will share guidance and experiences. Meet your peers from other companies and join us in this interactive roundtable session.

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Rani Nathwani (Moderator)
Rani Nathwani (Moderator)
Former Chief Information Officer
Prince Court Medical Centre

Ms Nathwani is the former Chief Information Officer at Prince Court Medical Centre, a prestigious private hospital located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  In this position she was responsible for all aspects of ICT operations, the operating and capital budget for all ICT expenditure, and additionally drovees the ICT strategy for the facility.  She has over 27 years experience in healthcare IT, both in the public and private healthcare sectors.  She is recognized as a pioneer in healthcare ICT implementations in Malaysia, successfully implementing many firsts in the country, including the first fully paperless hospital.

Outside of her professional career, Ms Nathwani serves at the Executive Committee of the PIKOM CIO Chapter (PCC).  PCC’s aim is to be the voice of the Tech Industry to the end-user community.  It comprises the CIOs/IT Heads of 170 member companies from large corporations across diverse industries.  She is also an advisor on the PIKOM Executive Committee.  (PIKOM is the National ICT Association of Malaysia), and Chairwoman for the Women in Technology Chapter under PIKOM.

Doug Gibson
Doug Gibson
Managing Partner
Invictus Partners

Doug is a 28+ year international IT veteran, having worked with organisations like SAP, Oracle and IBM across A/NZ, Asia Pacific & Africa to drive their licensing business. Over the last 6 years Doug and his team have been working with clients across Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia and North America in reviewing and optimising their licenses, assisting clients with software audit defence and solution advisory as clients look to move to cloud. Doug’s intimate knowledge of Software vendors like SAP, Oracle, IBM and Microsoft licensing and auditing practice has enabled him to successfully assist clients in Retail, Manufacturing, Utilities, Public Sector and Financial Service achieve a positive outcome in their audits, along with assisting them during software contract negotiations. Doug has successfully assisted his clients in reducing their overall spend with the vendors; constructing and negotiate Enterprise Agreements and developing cloud strategies.

Andrew Seow
Andrew Seow
GVP & Regional GM, Southeast Asia & Greater China
Rimini Street

Based in Singapore. Andrew Seow is responsible for all business development, account management, implementation and support ensuring customer satisfaction in the region. Prior to Rimini Street, he worked for United Technology Corporation, IBM Singapore and Sabre Corporation.

Mr. Seow has extensive sales and account experience working with Enterprise Resource Planning solution and maintenance services across industries, including finance, travel and transportation, construction, and logistics. He is responsible for leading the next phase of growth for Rimini Street in Southeast Asia and Greater China, including managing sales, building the service delivery engineering team, and expanding operations to support the company’s fast-paced growth in the region.

Mr. Seow holds a Bachelor of Science’s Degree in Computer Science and Information Systems Honors, 2nd Upper, from National University of Singapore. He is a graduate of executive programs at China Europe International Business School (Shanghai) and INSEAD (Singapore).

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