TAMPA, FL (July 13, 2017) – Tampa Bay Technology Leadership Association (TBTLA), a leading technology association offering education, networking, and volunteer opportunities to IT executives throughout Tampa Bay, today announced it will host its fall meeting featuring Anthony (Tony) Dyer, Strategy Executive at Accenture, on Thursday, August 10th from 7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. ET at The University of Tampa.
“As technology leaders in Tampa Bay, we all understand the changing landscape of IT, and how it impacts the business,” said Cindy Brown, Founder and Board Member at Large at the TBTLA. “As the digital demands from the business speed up, and financial justification shifts from capital forecast to operational spend, the IT leader of today must embrace these changes to remain relevant and vital. In the meeting, Tony will address these challenges, and help the IT executive understand the need to build a strategy and a viable IT budget that is built for the future.”
TBTLA is committed to addressing the tough topics that CIOs and senior IT executives face in today’s market in order to ensure success. During the quarterly membership meeting, Tony will discuss challenges IT leaders face today and share his experience as a Turnaround Leader. He will cover topics, including:
• Transitioning to the business model
• Capex vs. Opex and conversations with the CFO
• Translating IT service to revenue
• IT = Business = Marketshare = Cost of Sales
• New buying models
• New company roles, including Chief Experience Officer, and Chief Engagement Officer
Joined by the expertise of Accenture’s Digital business division, Tony’s interactive presentation will enable an engaging discussion to directly address real-world challenges and concerns that IT leaders face.
If interested in attending the fall membership meeting, please RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cap-ex-vs-op-ex-how-to-manage-the-shifting-landscape-tickets-36125814283. To learn more about the TBTLA, please visit www.tbtla.org.
TBTLA is a leading technology association offering education, networking, and volunteer opportunities to technology executives throughout Tampa Bay. Its mission is to apply the collective experience of its members to solve real-world IT challenges. The non-profit organization connects Tampa Bay’s technology leaders with rising talent and students through mentoring, information sharing, valued presentations, and speakers in order to cultivate and grow the industry’s talent in the Tampa Bay area. To learn more about the TBTLA, please visit www.tbtla.org.
ARL Strategic Communications for TBTLA