Programme

DAY 1 IT SOURCING SUMMIT EMBRACING DIGITAL DARWINISM
09h00
OPENING | Remarks from Master of Ceremonies
Sibusiso Msomi, Managing Director, The Sales Enablement Company
09h10
DIGITAL DARWINISM - How to Thrive in the Face of Disruption
Are you a victim of Digital Darwinism? How should your IT Sourcing strategy be positioned to thrive in this technological revolution? David Loseby, MCIOB Chartered, FAPM, FCMI, FCIPS Chartered, FRSA, Former Group CPO, Rolls Royce
09h30
Q & A
09h40
THE CIO'S GUIDE | What Every CIO Ought to Know About IT Sourcing in the Age of Digital Disruption and the Rise of B2C
How to use disruptive technologies to transform procurement in a time when organisations are interacting less with consumers (whose needs are changing at the same rate as the technology itself)
Andrew Eshitubi Ashene, Director, Kikao International Supply Chain Consultancy Limited
10h00
Q & A
10h10
THE CPO'S GUIDE | Procurement Trends - What Every CPO Must Are The Top Enabling Technologies for Procurement?
Mastering the art of achieving true automation for the procurement function and what a 360-degree buyer's guide to modern eProcurement software looks like.
Dirk Karl, Group Executive: Chief Procurement Officer & Member of the Board Global Sourcing Company (GSC), MTN
10h30
Q & A
10h40
CUT A DEAL | Horse Trading With Tech Giants
How can CIOs and CPOs avoid a fall out with IT suppliers and make sure that a win-win relationship is in place right from the beginning? Edwin Mantsha, Head of Sourcing: ICT & Supply Chain Transformation, United Arab Emirates
11h00
Q & A
11h10
THE SHOOT OUT - What Should a Contemporary Digital Procurement Solution Look Like?

Practitioners on one end, solution providers on the other- What CPOs dislike about their ERP solutions and how solution providers address the unique challenges faced by CPOs.

Moderator:
Thembi Tabata, Chief Financial Officer and Global Chartered Accountant – Public Sector, South Africa

Panelists:
Coleen Mandizha Nduru, Vendor Relationship Management: IT Asset Management, Canada
Ben Van Zyl, Procurement and Contract Management, Group Executive: Procurement and Contract Management, Telkom
Anne-Emmanuelle Grené, Head, Oxalys South Africa
12h00
Q & A
12h10
LUNCH BREAK
12h30
PANEL DISCUSSION | Developing an Effective Technology Business Management (TBM)

Many IT Sourcing strategies start (and end) with analysis of IT spend metrics. While it is good to develop a comprehensive view of IT actuals, TBM can be used do for further analysis rather than an endpoint. This panel discusses why a good IT Sourcing strategy should include TBM and how it can be used to measure the real IT Value.

- What drives variance?
- Which cost centers are outliers?
- Which parts of IT are poorly optimised?
- How do you bring down your IT spend?
- Are you paying too much for ICT services?
- Are you buying more ICT than you need?
- If you answered yes, what should you be paying and buying, why, and how do you ensure you are getting maximum value out of your IT deals?


Moderator:
Craig Vaughan, Head of Procurement - Digital Solutions, Innovation & Technology, Absa

Panelists:
Zoleka Mthembu, IT Supplier Management Specialist, South Africa
Boiketlo (Lintsa) Xotongo, Manager- Supply Chain Management (Acting), PRASA
13h10
Q & A
13h20
PRESENTATION | Why Companies Should Define a Sourcing Strategy

A sourcing strategy is an investment designed to enhance capabilities, increase agility and profitability in order to gain a competitive advantage. This presentation discusses how a well-defined sourcing strategy provides practical ways to lower IT costs, increase efficiency and lower ongoing investment in internal infrastructure.
Margaret Ngari, Chief Manager: Strategy and Planning -Supply Chain Management, KENYA REVENUE AUTHORITY
13h40
Q & A
13h50
BODY END
DEMO ROOMS
14h00
ERP
eProcurement
Cloud
Best Kept secrets

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