16 October 2017

East Africa: Why All CIOs Are Heading to Naivasha

Have you registered yet? Well, another moment for East African companies to celebrate excellence and learn from CIOs - the corporate risk busters is here.

For the second year running, Enashapai Resort in Naivasha shall host the eagerly awaited 2017 CIOs Symposium and Awards slated for 9th - 10th November.

"We've keenly observed that CIO's executive role has become fundamental in business strategy. Digital leaders are now taking the steps to become strategic business partners as more CIOs are invited to give executive guidance at corporate board levels." Ms. Laura Chite, chief executive of CIO East Africa

The many corporate honorees at the 7th CIO 100 Awards program using IT innovation to reduce risks that threaten employees, customers and entire business models are expected to participate at this annually docketed symposium.

"We've keenly observed that CIO's executive role has become fundamental in business strategy," said Ms. Laura Chite, chief executive of CIO East Africa adding: "Digital leaders are now taking the steps to become strategic business partners as more CIOs are invited to give executive guidance at corporate board levels."

l be celebrated during a gala awards dinner and ceremony at the CIO 100 Symposium woven with sessions comprising presentations, executive round-table workshops and panel discussions on the changing regulatory landscape, latest Fintech, big data analytics, enterprise applications and cyber-security among others.

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