Thursday, October 27, 2016
Location: Dell EMC
All Stars Conference Room 2421
Mission College Blvd.
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Digital is disrupting all our industry sectors, as we speak, worldwide.
Our ACGSV panel of senior executives will talk about how they drive the digital change for their clients but also throughout their own organizations, including creating and communicating vision, establishing governance and building a digital-ready culture.
We will also cover the different innovative ways for companies to be “disruptors” in their market before being disrupted. Why is it important? What does it mean for them to thrive in the Digital Age?
Our Distinguished Panel
SVP & Chief Marketing Officer
Christine Heckart is Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Brocade. A 25-year veteran of the technology industry, Christine brings a wealth of experience in technology marketing, business strategy, and general management. She is a member of the board of directors at Lam Research, and was recently named as one of the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology by the National Diversity Council.
Prior to joining Brocade, Christine served as Executive Vice President of Strategy, Marketing, People, and IT at ServiceSource, a provider of cloud applications and services for managing recurring revenue. Previously, she was Chief Marketing Officer at NetApp and Juniper Networks. She was also general manager of Microsoft’s TV, video, and music business and President of TeleChoice, Inc.
Co-Founder & Chief Innovation Officer
Mike Kail was Yahoo’s CIO and SVP of Infrastructure, prior to founding Cybric, where he led the IT and Data Center functions for the company. He has more than 24 years of IT Operations experience with a focus on highly- scalable architectures.
Prior to joining Yahoo, Mike served as VP of IT Operations at Netflix, where he was responsible for Employee Technology and various Cloud Engineering components.
Mike has been widely recognized widely for his insightful industry commentary on social media Twitter, and was recently named by the Huffington Post as one of the “Top 100 Most Social CIOs on Twitter.”
Chief of Staff, SVP & Director, Human Resources
Karlin leads Global Communications and Marketing for Intel’s HR organization. In this role, Karlin is responsible for Intel’s internal and external HR communication strategy, employer value proposition, diversity and inclusion marketing and employer brand campaigns.
Most recently she served as the Chief of Staff for Intel’s global human resources organization, and Technical Assistant Intel executive: Richard Taylor, SVP and Director, Human Resources. Karlin began her Intel career in the 2013 class of the Accelerated Leadership Program. In her first role, Karlin was a part of the HR executive office responsible for program managing the women’s advancement and progression initiative and resulting corporate strategic discussion. Karlin led the global go-to-market and distribution strategy for Edison in the New Devices Group. Karlin also led the Intel Network of Executive Women (INEW) providing strategic and program direction Intel’s community of women Vice Presidents and Fellows.
Founder & CEO
Matthew Putman is the CEO of Nanotronics Imaging, a company that is revolutionizing industry by combining Super resolution, AI and robotics to make the worlds most advanced microscope.
Matthew holds a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Columbia University. He has published over 30 papers and holds 8 patents for his work on devices, instrumentation, and software processes.
Matthew is a Chairman of the Board for Pioneer Works in Brooklyn where he helps bring creative visionaries from many disciplines together to ignite novel new creations.
Matthew is a jazz pianist and published poet as well as having been involved as an Executive Producer on several films and plays.
Our Distinguished Moderator
Corporate VP & Global Sales Officer for Application Services One
Jean-Claude Viollier is a Corporate Vice President with Capgemini. He is the Head of AppsOne Global Sales Office – the main mission of his global Capgemini organization, is to deliver Digital and IT Transformation projects to Capgemini global clients in the UK, North America, Australia, China, India and South East Asia.
Before his current position, Jean-Claude has had a number of various executive positions within Capgemini such as the Global Head of Channels and Partners, the leader of Capgemini’s High Technology & Manufacturing Sector Practice in North America Business Unit, as well as the Global Account Executive for Hewlett Packard (HP). He also managed High-Tech Manufacturing accounts for Capgemini in Europe from 1995 to 2000 before moving to the US in August 2000.