CIO Roundtables discuss today's most relevant business topics and provide a look at the needs and solutions of today's CIO. This program creates a place for CIOs to network with peers, learn about the latest technologies, find new solutions, and get advice from other CIOs.
Attendance at this event is by invitation only
and is limited to CIOs, TAG Sponsors, and Invited Guests.
CIO Hosts 2018
February 27: Elizabeth Holmes, Elavon
Topic: "A Culture of Innovation and the Neuro-Science Behind It"
April 24: Edwina Payne, Halyard Health
Topic:“Leading Business and IT Transformation”?
September 25: Bill Bolton, Honey Baked Ham
Contact Kyle Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 27, 2018
4:00pm - 7:00pm
City Club of Buckhead
SVP, IT & Global Business Strategies
Elizabeth Holmes is the Senior Vice President of IT Strategy & Global Business Services for Elavon, a leading global provider of merchant acquiring services and integrated payments processing. With more than 20 years of experience in Information Technology, Elizabeth specializes in developing global sourcing partnerships, building high performance IT teams, optimizing the software development process and driving transformation through measureable innovation. She is an advocate of leveraging partnerships and a vast professional network to accelerate the development and integration of new technologies and strategies. A native of Atlanta, Elizabeth is an active mentor and volunteer. She is involved with several professional organizations and charitable organizations such as Junior Achievement, Girls, Inc. and Year Up, an organization that helps urban youth. She is Board President for Improve International, an organization dedicated to sustainability of clean water and sanitation projects worldwide. Elizabeth has two sons and is a graduate of Georgia Tech with a degree in Civil Engineering.
Today, the expectations on a CIO are great. CIOs need to be skilled business leaders with strong cross-functional skills, have global experience and possess exceptional interpersonal and soft skills. Additionally, they need to have the ability to be forward-looking, to provide innovation through technology, to re-design business processes and be proactive in aligning business and IT.
The CIO Roundtable Series provides the best venue for CIOs to further develop their skills and knowledge base. It serves as the premier place for Information Technology executives to interact with peers in a non-selling and non-competitive forum.
Session Sponsorship Fee
(Limit 3 Co-Hosts Per Meeting)
Session Sponsorship Benefits:
- 3 Seats at the Roundtable Event
- Introduction Opportunity at the Roundtable Event
- 3 invitations to VIP Reception for CIOs and Session Sponsors
- Logo on webpage and signage at event
- 4:00pm - 4:30pm CIO VIP Networking( CIOs and Session Sponsors only)
- 4:30pm - 5:30pm Roundtable Discussion
- 5:30pm - 7:00pm Networking Reception
Attendance to this event series is limited to TAG Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Titanium Sponsors and Guests invited by our CIO Host and Peer Group. Invitations to the events are typically emailed 6 weeks prior to each session.
For more information, please contact Kyle Ross at email@example.com.