ConnectGov 2016 to attract 100 Asian tech leaders at Bhutan

CIO Academy Asia, one of the leading CIO forums of continental-level is hosting ‘ConnectGov 2016′, a two-day knowledge sharing platform exclusively for CIOs of Asia at Bhutan later this month.

The summit would bring together CIOs on a platform to discuss technology-led challenges to business. The organizers have already received confirmations from 100 participants and are going ahead with plans to create break-out sessions that could benefit specific industry verticals. P. Ramakrishna, the Deputy CEO of the CIO Academy Asia, said, “Our Group has over-achieved our target of attracting 80 technology leaders to the forum. We will have around 100 representatives attending ConnectGov. We have also over-achieved in terms of country and corporate representations for the proposed summit. The two-day program would see senior leaders from Bhutan, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Singapore and India attend. ” There would be representatives from government as well as industry. World Bank and Interpol would also be sending their representatives to discuss and create digital solutions for challenges that they face in their respective domains. Technology majors such as HP, RedHat, cyber security organizations like RSA, CyberArk and FireFly besides companies in verticals such as banking, logistics, healthcare and education will join.

Ramakrishna also added that ‘ConnectGov 2016’ is an exciting 2-day summit. “We also have events such as Executive Luncheons on niche technology topics, Digital Transformation Executive Workshops and many more closed-door sessions with shortlisted summit speakers. In addition to this event, we have also lined up a series of Executive Workshops with well-established global universities, a series called the Distinguished CEO Luncheons, an IT Value Management workshop, Cyber security events and overseas retreats for our members. “, he said.

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