Micro Focus to speak at Argyle CIO Leadership Forum – San Francisco

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Micro Focus to speak at Argyle CIO Leadership Forum – San Francisco

Micro Focus is pleased to announce that we are a sponsor of the upcoming March 18, 2020 San Francisco Argyle CIO Leadership Forum.   The CIO Leadership Forum is an intimate gathering for senior-level IT executives and CIOs in search of peer-to-peer discussions and real-life examinations of the latest techniques and technologies. During this invitation-only event, you will hear from industry leaders on what’s working, where tech trends are headed in 2020 and how to master the most pressing IT issues within your organization.

Attendees of this exclusive event, will gain a better understanding of:

  • Digital transformation - the initiatives, processes and investments that matter most
  • Going mobile - how smart CIOs are mastering mobile aspects of the digital journey
  • Dark data - it’s out there, but what can you really do about it?
  • Security tools and tactics to avoid being the next headline hack
  • Budget busters - how to get the most bang for your tech buck in 2020
  • IT alignment strategies for broader business strategies

Micro Focus’ Jeff Kallal, will be presenting a thought leadership session at 10:25-10:45 am on the following topic during the forum:

  • Title of presentation: Know the four digital transformation must-haves
  • Presentation summary:

While not new in concept, digital transformation remains a boardroom-level topic going into 2020. There are many well-documented reasons for this. A combination of technology advances, evolving customer expectations, process evolutions such as digitization, and new business models are forcing IT and line-of-business executives to rethink previous strategies. In the end, the decisions they make on how to address these changes will have a direct impact on differentiation, growth and scale, profitability, customer satisfaction and speed-to-market. Those are surely enough reasons to take notice.  This session will cover the 4 “must-haves” of digital transformation and the key actions to take.

To see the full agenda – and to register for the event - click here!


About Jeff Kallal:  Micro Focus, Americas Leader for Micro Focus managing the DXC Technology Alliance

Jeff Kallal is the Americas Leader for Micro Focus managing the DXC Technology Alliance (past Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services/ Computer Sciences Corporation) who enjoys helping customers build integrated solutions for their digital journey.  Mr. Kallal began his career in IT hardware management where he advised C-suites on the best practices for online supply chain management and web-based efficiency improve the bottom-line.

After several years of consulting with the top pharmaceutical companies leading market research innovative to define customer opinion, Mr. Kallal, took on a project to lead a scrum team during the development of a Market Research Panel Platform. In this role, Mr. Kallal, experimented with coding efficiencies, which ignited his love for software and IT efficiency gains.  After moving into the software industry, Mr. Kallal, found his passion within the digital enterprise helping customers navigate through the complex journey that is Digital Transformation; finding ways to effectively leverage and transition a large portfolio of legacy IT solutions.

Mr. Kallal, is an avid writer and IT contributor online where he shares advice with start-ups and accelerators on how to leverage the internet to automate systems, improve ROI, increase CaC + LVC, and develop DTC strategies.

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