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The second CXO Innovation Summit encourages enterprise to be data-driven

VST ECS-Phils Inc. gathered the top key leaders and in the IT industry, as well as other senior IT practitioners, at the Shangri-La’s Boracay Resort & Spa for the second CXO Innovation Summit. The two-day event discussed transformative technologies and how data-driven enterprises operate and use the collected data.

This year’s theme, “The Data-Driven Enterprise: Harnessing the Power of Data”, enlightened the attendees on the barriers that data-driven organizations face and how modern data analytics and B2B solutions drive revenue and productivity to various organizations.

Attracting a total of 53% of key decision-makers and  49% C-Level and of senior IT managers last year, the 2019 CXO Innovation Summit invited local and international leading data experts who shared their experience to adapt to the changing times and discussed important lessons that businesses should apply towards digital transformation.

Among the keynote speakers for the plenary session include Cisco Philippines managing director Karrie Ilagan, Hewlett-Packard Philippines Enterprise Philippines acting regional managing director and country managing director for Growth and Emerging Countries Daniel Aw, IBM Security and Software Services business unit executive Malcolm Rowe, Samsung Mobile B2B Asia corporate vice president and chief revenue officer David Kim, Huawei Enterprise Business Group principal architect Patrick Low, Schneider Electric business vice president for Secure Power, Union Bank chief technology and operations officer and chief transformation officer Henry Aguda, Oracle group vice president and chief architect for Cloud Platform in APAC, Japan, and EMEA Christopher Chelliah, Aruba Southeast Asia and Taiwan senior director and general manager Justin Chiah, Dell Technologies chief technology officer for APAC Lee Siong Fey, and Lenovo Data Center Group chief technology officer and Asia Pacific general manager HPC and AI for Asia Pacific Jonathan Wu.

There are also breakout sessions that discussed developments and other B2B solutions that various technology brands offer. It has attracted 19 sponsors, increasing this year’s attendance.