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Fusion CEO-CIO Symposium 2005

Conference Overview

CEOs and CIOs are under extreme pressure to cut costs and increase productivity while meeting escalating business and regulatory demands.

How can CIOs champion new technology initiatives and get management excited?

The Wisconsin Technology Network and the Wisconsin IT Directors’ Council will show you how to increase business performance by integrating business objectives and IT capabilities at Fusion 2005, the CEO-CIO Symposium.

If you operate in or near the CEO-CIO relationship, you can’t miss this conference. It’s about being informed, efficient, and effective in managing that delivers corporate competitiveness.

This talent-packed conference brings together successful chief executive business and IT leaders. They will describe the critical factors for driving business success by integrating advanced IT services and business process.

Fusion 2005 conference attendees will understand the new business value of IT and ways the CEO and CIO can overcome difficulties communicating to finally deliver higher, constantly increasing value

Nothing is obvious. We’re in a whole new world of government demands, budget priorities, and emerging IT solutions. Expert guidance can help.

This full-day symposium will cover:

  • How do CEOs perceive the business value of IT?
  • The realities and opportunities of today’s CIO challenges
  • How can business and IT departments communicate better?
  • Cyber-security: The balance between privacy and security
  • How IT can be invited to the boardroom
  • How technology innovation helps companies apply their knowledge to the bottom line?

Who should attend?

CEOs, COOs, CIOs, CFOs, Government Agency Directors, IT Managers and Line of Business Managers, IT vendors and investors.

Fusion 2005 at a glance

Where: Fluno Center for Executive Education, Madison, WI

When: March 1 - 2, 2005

Produced by: WTN Media

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