The 2nd annual IT Infrastructure Africa Summit will be held at the Westin Hotel in Cape Town from 12 to 13 July 2012. The summit will focus on IT Infrastructure challenges and how these challenges can be overcome through innovation, alignment of business with technology and the positive influence of active government participation.
International business-to-business conferencing company and event organisers Kinetic Events, is proud announce confirmed speaker Melody Fourie, Group IT Executive at Tiger Wheel & Tyre.
Melody Fourie has more than 17 years experience within the IT industry including various management and consulting roles. Melody boasts an impressive portfolio within training, business analysis, programming and innovative business solutions architecture.
Melody’s key long-term responsibility is to focus on planning IT initiatives to ensure the organisation does not lose sight of the importance of IT. Her portfolio has recently expanded beyond IT, including the management of strategic business projects with a key focus on aligning IT with business requirements.
At this year’s summit, Melody will lead topical discussions exploring important IT infrastructure, operations issues and technological advancements with strategic guidance and actionable tactics.
Following the success of last year’s summit, IT executives and senior decision makers have wasted no time in securing their place for this year. The strategic invitation-only 2-day event will enable senior decision makers to discover efficient methods to deliver IT projects and services, resulting in business growth and innovation and successfully leveraging existing resources and investments. Senior executives will discuss goals for operational excellence and powerfully demonstrate the value of IT organisation.
For more information, to apply to attend, comment or photographs, visit www.itinfrastructure.co.za or contact Shaunei Meintjes on +27 21 555 0866 or [email protected]. Follow @ITLeadersAfrica and @KineticEventsSA on Twitter for daily updates and news feeds.