CIO Boston Summit | April 26, 2018 | Omni Parker House - Boston, MA, USA

attendees

Featured Past and Present Attendees

Matt Griffiths View details

Chief Information Officer

Stanley Black & Decker Industrial

Sanjeev Kumar View details

Managing Director, Chief Enterprise Architecture/ Cognitive and Data

State Street

Madge Meyer View details

Former EVP, Chief Innovation Officer & Technology Fellow, State Street Corporation

Author, "The Innovator's Path"

Gabriele Fariello

Chief Information Officer

University of Rhode Island

Wendy Cofran View details

Chief Information Officer

Natick Visiting Nurse Association

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The CIO Boston Summit is a chance to network, learn and engage with your peers on key industry concerns. Take some time out of the office to discuss and tackle the big issues currently affecting your company.

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Here's what our past attendees had to say:

Great to see a tough subject handled in a summit.

IT Deputy Operations Director, GE Capital Factofrance

Great event! It is always awesome to hear thought leaders and their different points of view!

CISO, Boston University

Great summit. Small enough to have interesting conversation with both 'customers' and vendors' at a detailed level.

VP - IT Analytics, Digital, Web Applications Delivery, Sobeys Inc

The audience was a great mix of commercial and public sector organizations. Thus, it was one single audience that we are rarely able to meet with in a single setting. It struck me, that while we can have one to one meetings with these customers virtually anytime, the benefit of the conference is being in one location and meeting with multiple customers. The event was a very effective use of time and effort.

GM, Health & Life Sciences