- June 14, 2022, Dubai, UAE -
United VARs Senior Business Development Manager, Florencia Bicain, attended Seidor’s CIO Roundtable event in Dubai on June 14, organized by Seidor MENA, together with UAE media brand, Khaleej Times. The title of the activity was ‘IT Transformed: Building enterprise capabilities to outperform’.
In addition to Florencia, delegates included Ignacio Ruiz de Eguilaz and Tariq Laham from Seidor MENA, Mohammed Hammad from SAP, and Alessandro Di Marco, CIO of Vantage Drilling. All came with an open mind, ready to share and learn from their peers.
Topics on the table for discussion, as well as thoughts shared by the event’s C-suite were:
- What do we think are the traits of a modern-day CIO? What are the top technologies used today and what do we foresee being important over the next five years;
- How emerging technologies have been used to overcome challenges, with an invitation to provide use cases;
- How are we driving culture change, making our respective workplaces innovative and how are we transforming operating models.
Full engagement and support were enjoyed, as well as a willingness for all involved to be part of any future such CIO roundtables, partnering with SAP and United VARs, with a focus on the end-user objectives and challenges.
Seidor is a multinational consulting firm in the technology sector offering a wide range of solutions and services, including consulting, infrastructure services, implementation, development, and maintenance of applications, and outsourcing services. With a total turnover of €414 million in 2018 and a workforce made up of more than 4,700 highly qualified professionals, Seidor has a direct presence on five continents: Europe, Latin America, the United States, the Middle East, and Africa. Seidor is a major service partner of SAP, IBM, Microsoft, and Adobe.
About United VARs
United VARs is a global alliance of SAP solution providers mainly for the midmarket. With over 70 members in 100 countries, the alliance serves all types of SAP rollouts and integrations across the world.
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