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Accenture at Digital Matters 2013
May 21-25, 2013 Singapore
Digital & Music Matters has become the premier annual, digital entertainment gathering for key global thought leaders and musicians in Asia and showcases innovation, future trends and collaborations for future success. It’s the only event in Asia Pacific that brings the digital entire entertainment ecosystem under one roof, with the two programs combined into a three-day conference and five-nights of non-stop action. The program will cover the themes of distributing and monetizing entertainment content both live and online.
Accenture’s Scott Dinsdale, Managing Director, Media & Entertainment, Asia Pacific, will be moderating a panel on OTT. The panel will be discussing the fact that as broadcasters become increasingly multimedia and multi-channel in nature, technologies that serve the industry need to be more adaptable. They will also discuss online video and its importance to a content owner or broadcaster’s monetizing make-up.
For more information on Accenture at Digital Matters please contact Rebekah Gook.
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26th Chief Information Officer WorkshopCIO: Leading into the next frontierMay 28 - June 1, 2013Singapore & Seoul
We are in a paradigm shift in the use of technology. Consumer technologies are powering world economies.
The convergence of the digital, social and mobile spheres is creating opportunities for organisations to innovate and lead in ways that are unprecedented. Millennials are creating waves with their collaborative, non-hierarchical working norm.
How are CIOs going to lead their organisations into the next frontier? Is 2013 the last call for CIO transformation?
For more information, please contact Joyce Ong.
Technology Media DayWednesday, March 6, 2013Singapore
In conjunction with the launch of Accenture’s 2013 Technology Vision, key reporters in Singapore will come to hear first-hand from Trent Mayberry, managing director, ASEAN Technology Growth Platform. Trent will explain the seven trends identified in this year’s report and its impact on companies here and in the region.
Management World Asia 2013March 12-13, 2013Marina Bay Sands, SingaporeTM Forum’s Management World Asia 2013 is a gathering of over 500 like-minded individuals from leading industries in the digital economy, packing essential case studies, unique insights, inspiration and new connections into a two-day conference that gives attendees the tools to succeed in the diverse Asian market.Learn more
Beyond Business Intelligence for Public Safety Agencies: From what’s now to what’s newThursday, March 28, 2013Singapore
Analytics is not just about capturing data from the past to understand crime trends and patterns, but leveraging predictive analytics to enhance and improve existing policing by providing insight into risk associated with individuals, locations and network behaviours. At an exclusive breakfast workshop on Thursday, March 28, 2013, the audience will explore the new methodologies being developed with the Accenture Analytics Innovation Centre in Singapore to view public safety risk more holistically. By taking insights from different locations, social networks, past behaviours and real time cameras feeds, policing agencies are able to allocate resources more effectively and offer greater citizen protection.
This exclusive by-invitation only breakfast event will be hosted by Accenture’s Tim Godwin, retired Deputy Commissioner of the UK’s Metropolitan Police Service. Tim will share his insight and experience on the changing role of technology in more effective policing and be joined by our local subject matter expert on analytics, Manik Bhandari.
25th Chief Information Officer WorkshopEmbracing the Future with ConfidenceJuly 17 – 21, 2012Singapore & Shanghai In the past 25 years, IT has influenced and changed every aspect of our lives. Without a doubt, our dependency on IT will be even greater in the future.
The rise of digitization has seen organizations in a range of industries, from telecommunications and media to healthcare and financial services, amass terabytes of information about their legions of customers. Those who master the ability to mine this information in an ever-changing IT landscape will be able to better serve their customers and grow their business.
New technologies such as mobility and cloud computing are fast gaining traction for consumers and enterprises. CIOs who use analytics to stay a step ahead in leveraging these popular technologies will be able to make quantum leaps in their strategy and growth plans. Amid the current economic doldrums, what are some of the challenges facing CIOs and how can they turn these into opportunities for their enterprise?
The 25th CIO Workshop looks at the challenges presented by emerging technologies. Early adopters and visionaries will share their thoughts on what will help CIOs embrace the future with confidence.
The ‘competitive DNA’ for South East Asia: Does your business have it?February 24, 2012Raffles Hotel, Singapore
By 2020, South East Asia (SEA) is expected to be among the world’s 10 largest economies and the fourth largest in Asia. The demographic fabric will consist of more than 650 million people, most of whom will be middle class, educated and aged below 30, with rising disposable incomes and a strong appetite for consumption. A growing consumer market and significant economic integration efforts across the 10 South East Asian nations is giving birth to a new regional business destination.
Accenture has recently conducted a study with South East Asia’s business leaders, public sector organizations and industry associations in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam on businesses seeking new growth frontiers in the region. Our research indicates that several opportunities exist within national as well as regional borders as South East Asian nations continue to build and grow their economies. These range from meeting investment demands in less developed nations or leveraging existing advantages in certain sectors such as high value-add manufacturing, to opportunities that are driven by increasing consumer demands or complementary strengths across the region.
In this thought-provoking session, we will explore:
24th Chief Information Officer WorkshopFrom Downturn To Growth: The Complexities That Come With ItMay 24-28, 2011Singapore & Hong Kong
After a period of bumpy rides between 2009 and 2010, countries in Asia Pacific now look to take the lead in driving global economic growth. In light of this, enterprises are looking for innovative ways to help them gear up and accelerate their businesses toward greater growth and profitability.
However, today’s business environment is a changed landscape for a few reasons. Firstly, as cloud services take flight amongst consumers and businesses, they create new demands for service providers for a more flexible model, and new levels of scalable, faster and more agile IT requirements. Secondly, social computing has gained tremendous traction and as a result, this has changed people’s expectations of the way they should connect, communicate and collaborate with each other. Thirdly, innovation as a driver for growth is no longer an option. In order for any business to gain competitive advantage, innovation must be deeply woven within the fabric of any enterprise.
The added complexity that comes with this changed landscape is the new workforce whose outlook toward work is radically different from generations before. The 24th CIO Workshop looks to breaking down these complexities and creating greater understanding of these new dynamics for CIOs in order for them to make future strategic systems decisions and business planning.
23rd Chief Information Officer (CIO) WorkshopMay 25-29, 2010Singapore, BeijingBanks and insurance companies are engaging in mergers and acquisitions and replacing core systems. Telecommunications service providers and media companies are creating new digital content businesses and rolling out high-speed infrastructure.Governments and utilities are working together to create smart grids and more sustainable cities. Health providers, health insurance companies and governments are reforming medical and patient care systems.In the IT environment, the game is also changing, primarily driven by three factors. First, with the rapid maturing of cloud computing and cloud process service offerings, organizations can now gain rapid access to computing capabilities and the flexibility to purchase services, capacity and functionality as needed.Second, green ICT can play a significant role in contributing to the environmental agenda across and beyond the business.Third, the next-generation national broadband network in Singapore will redefine the game and spawn new business models.The combination of these three is starting to present a new game for CIOs and with it, new risks and rewards. This workshop seeks to address these three areas and present the risks and rewards in store for CIOs.For more information, please contact Joyce Ong.
First, customer behavior has changed and this behavior is continuing and accelerating. They have embraced alternative shopping channels, discovered new voices for themselves and opened up powerful online information sources.
For more information, please contact Chow Yi / Sarah Conrick.
Accenture International Women’s Day 2010March 2, 2010Singapore Botanic GardensBotany Centre, Function HallInternational Women’s Day, established in 1909 and observed annually by the United Nations on March 8, is recognized by women's groups and others as an opportunity to celebrate global advances in equality, justice and human development. Now in its sixth year, Accenture’s annual celebration of International Women’s Day has become an important and recognized part of our commitment to building a diverse workforce and helping clients achieve high performance. A record number of Accenture people, locations and clients participated last year.Leadership, confidence and decisiveness are all essential to high performance and to navigating change. They also are key characteristics of resilient leaders. Our 2010 International Women’s Day celebration will explore the important and timely concept of resilience—the ability to rebound and turn challenges into opportunities—with a variety of speakers, workshops and other events based on the theme, "Resilience in the Face of Change."For more information, please contact Chow Yi or Adeline Tan. Making Sense (and Cents) of the Next Generation Nationwide Broadband NetworkNovember 24, 2009Equinox Private Dining Room 1Singapore will be one of the first countries in the world to rollout a nationwide, Fiber-To-The-Home, broadband network to residences, commercial buildings and outdoor points, based on next-generation technology and industry structure. Accenture, together with Hewlet Packard and Microsoft have developed a point-of-view of the impact of Singapore’s Next Gen NBN to service providers, businesses and government, and to their stakeholders. Guests will be provided with the answers to the following questions:
For more information, please contact Joyce Ong.Annual Accenture APAC Executive Exchange Dinner 2009November 5, 2009The Straits Room, The Fullerton HotelSingapore Accenture’s third annual APAC Executive Exchange dinner will be held on Thursday, November 5, at 6 p.m. at The Straits Room, The Fullerton Hotel. The theme for the evening is “Driving the Asia Pacific Agenda” with a particular focus on delivering new sources of growth in both developed and emerging markets, growing share, optimizing processes and building organizational agility. This exclusive dinner is an exclusive forum for key executives in the retail and consumer goods industries to exchange ideas and network with peers.For more information, please contact Valerie Teo.22nd Chief Information Officer (CIO) WorkshopAugust 4-8, 2009Singapore, TaipeiThe 22nd CIO Workshop, jointly organized by Accenture and the ITMA, is an annual gathering of 50-60 of the most senior CIOs in the region.The theme for this year’s workshop is “Business (not) as usual: The CIO in uncertain times.” Set against the current economic backdrop, delegates will have the opportunity to hear and debate the issues, challenges and opportunities facing CIOs. As speakers from Singapore and Taiwan share emerging trends and present case studies, participants will be challenged to see how they can help their organizations remain competitive and relevant in these challenging times.For more information, please contact Joyce Ong.
Accenture Technology Consulting Cost Reduction campaign and roundtableMarch 13, 2009The China Club, Capital TowerHow can companies manage IT costs to gain an edge and achieve high performance in this daunting economic climate? Accenture will be holding a luncheon roundtable on reducing IT costs and maximizing business advantage in a sustained economic downturn. The roundtable is targeted at CIOs and direct reports in Singapore. CIOs will get to engage in peer-to-peer discussion on how they can effectively reduce IT costs whilst ensuring no significant reduction in the business value IT provides.For more information, please contact Tian Peishan.
CFO Executive RoundtableTheme: Managing in Uncertain Times: Strategies and Practices for High Performance FinanceDecember 10, 2008Marina Mandarin Hotel, Libra Gemini This CFO Executive Roundtable examine d the role of the finance organization in transforming an economic downturn into economic opportunity. Guests had the opportunity to hear and discuss Accenture’s findings from its research and shared with peers their own experiences of navigating the economic downturn. For more information, please contact Sarah Conrick.Learn more about other Business Events at Accenture.
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