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The Relativistic speed of the 21st century business has come as a shock to those used to Newtonian speeds.
As hardware gets increasingly commoditised and compute and storage are made available as services, the customers of the modern enterprise are making unprecedented demands on its availability. Services, products and support services are expected to be used around the clock and across the world - at the speed of light. The customer lives in a global village, but the enterprise often needs to deal with continent-sized legacy infrastructure overheads plugged into outdated processes.
The squeeze between the increasingly-demanding customer and competition in near-saturated markets coupled with downsizing budgets means that enterprises need to innovate disruptively, not incrementally. Old speed (and thought) barriers need to be smashed.
Time and space are shrinking and availability and customer service are becoming paramount. All these external stresses present massive challenges for the old guard - but also opportunities for the business leader willing to let go of old constraints to build a real-time business.
Themed “BLUEPRINTS FOR THE 24/7 ENTERPRISE: Breaking Down the Space-Time Continuum”, the Enterprise Innovation CXO Japan Forum will feature insights from forward-thinking disruptors, including IT and business leaders of innovative companies in the region who will share their practical strategies and success stories in spearheading organizational change, harnessing the latest technologies and fostering innovation from top down to sustain business in today’s disrupted world.
Who will attend?
• Chief Information Security Officer
• CIO / CTO
• CMO / VP / Director of Marketing
• Executive VP
• MD / GM
• Head of Business Analytics
• Head of CRM
• Head of IT, VP/ Director IT Services
• VP Procurement
Lee Siew Kit, Vice President, IT Services - SATS
Ajay Dhir, CIO - LANCO INFRATECH
Harry Lee, Marketing Manager – ASEAN - PALO ALTO NETWORKS
Motonori Sato, President, NCB Lab.
Enterprises sometimes have a tendency to keep doing the same things and expecting different results. In this technological era, this is clearly no longer possible - but where are the new ideas going to come from? Going beyond the insular world of traditional enterprise IT paradigms, this session will address cutting-edge ideas that have changed science, design, psychology or other realms of human creativity. How can learnings from advancements in other fields of human knowledge be applied to reinvigorate and revitalize the CIO’s office?
Takeshi Fuyuno, Senior Vice President, Executive Producer, InfoCom Research, INC.
Is it possible for the modern enterprise to have its cake and eat it too - to think and move like a startup while collecting enterprise-scale revenues? This sessions will bring together startups and enterprises from the finance technology, telecommunication, manufacturing and other verticals onto one platform to discuss the practices that make startups so productive. The brainstorming session will seek out the ‘best of both worlds’ so that enterprises can become lean, mean, creativity machines without shouldering too much risk.
Toshihiro Eto, Smart-life Planning Department, Senior Manager, NTT DOCOMO, INC.
Nao Kitazawa, COO, MONEY DESIGN Co., Ltd.
Ryo Suzuki, CEO/Co-Founder, OZvison Inc.
Motonori Sato, President, NCB Lab.
As algorithms evolve and the ability to process and store massive volumes of data becomes easier, many are predicting a revolution within enterprise IT enabled by artificial intelligence (AI). Already, wealth management advisory and healthcare analytics feature a growing AI presence. Will drones, robots and artificial intelligence replace most humans in the service industry? Will many data-heavy decision-making and labour-intensive processes be taken over by automation - especially in places like Japan with an ageing workforce? These questions and others around the topic of AI will be addressed.
Hitoshi Ebinuma, Service Representative, Watson Department, IBM Japan
From automobile makers to electronics companies, Japan’s foray into East, South and South-East Asia has produced spectacular results over the past decades. However, the 21st century-era startups in the finance tech, cloud, and social era present a whole host of different challenges. What are some of the lessons that can be learnt by Japanese enterprises from the trials and errors of other brands trying to enter the burgeoning Asian market? What unique challenges does Asia present for Japanese companies, from the CIO and technology perspective?
Kaori Iwasaki, Senior Economist, The Japan Research Institute, Limited
Yoshio Hirako, CEO, MJS Smartcard CO., LTD.
Kazumasa Miyazawa, COO, Soramitsu, Co., Ltd.
Motonori Sato, President, NCB Lab.
Networking Cocktail Reception
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Service Representative, Watson Department
April 1985 Joined IBM Japan
January 2002 Manager (Financial Service Division, Sales Department No.2)
January 2007 Vice Division Manager/Service Business Development Manager (Financial Division No.1)
May 2007 Director, Vice Division Manager/Product and Service Representative (Financial Division No.1)
April 2010 Director, Business Development No.3 Representative (Outsourcing Business Division)
February 2012 Salesforce.com Co.,Ltd Executive Officer/Financial Division Manager
December 2014 IBM Japan Executive Staff (Growth Strategy Division)
July 2015 Service Representative (Watson Department)
Senior Vice President, Executive Producer
InfoCom Research, Inc.
MJS Smartcard CO., LTD.
MONEY DESIGN Co.,Ltd
Born in Tokyo in 1975 and grew up in New Jersey, the U.S. Educated at Keio University.
Completed a postgraduate course at University of Pennsylvania.
Joined Paul Hastings Law Firm in 2002, and worked in corporate law as well as real estate finance law departments in Tokyo and New York.
Served at Investment Bank Division of Morgan Stanley Securities Holdings (currently Mitsubishi UFJ Securities Holdings) in 2008.
Joined MONEY DESIGN Co.,Ltd in 2014 and currently serves as COO.
Senior Manager, Smart-life Planning Department
NTT DOCOMO, INC
1990 Joined NTT (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Public Corporation)
2002 Moved to NTT Docomo after loaned to NTT Leasing (Currently NTT Finance) in 1997.
The person in charge of strategy planning/development in finance and payment service at Docomo. (2005: Mobile Credit “iD” and ”DCMX”, 2009: Docomo Mobile Payment, 2010: Docomo One Time Insurance, 2013: Docomo Kouza Visa Prepaid)
Established OZ vision at the age of 24, after having started up three businesses since 22 years old.
Created a reward points website “Hapitas”which became a leading website in the industry with the annual transaction of 50 billion yen.
Specializing in client development as well as lecturing at entrepreneurial seminars and serving as a judge at business competitions.
OZvision Inc. CEO & Founder
Pollet CEO & Founder
Startup Weekend Tokyo 2015 Judge
Startup Next Tokyo 2014 by Google Award of Excellence
Silicon Valley Internship
Soramitsu, Co., Ltd
Joined Sony Corporation in 1980.
Appointed as IT Division Director of Sony Electronics (USA) in 1997 as well as Executive Manager of General Planning Department, IC Card Division (Felica) in 2000.
Joined Bitwallet Inc as Executive Officer and General Manager of Planning Division in 2001 before appointed as Managing Director in 2006.
Became Executive Officer, International Planning Manager of Rakuten Edy Inc, before appointed as Director and worked in Brand Business Division.
Serving as COO since January 2017.
Other involvement includes, part-time lecturer of Tokyo Institute of Technology (Management System Engineering), member of jury at Financial Services Agency (Financial System Council), and member of jury at ISO TC307 (Global Blockchain standardization committee).
The Japan Research Institute, Limited
Telstra is a leading telecommunications and technology company. We offer a full range of services and compete in all telecommunications markets in Australia, operating the largest mobile and Wi-Fi networks. Globally, we provide end-to-end solutions including managed network services, global connectivity, cloud, voice, colocation, conferencing and satellite solutions. We have licenses in Asia, Europe and the United States and offer access to more than 2,000 points of presence across the globe. For more information visit www.telstraglobal.com.
CommScope helps companies around the world design, build and manage their wired and wireless networks. Our network infrastructure solutions help customers increase bandwidth; maximize existing capacity; improve network performance and availability; increase energy efficiency; and simplify technology migration. You will find our solutions in the largest buildings, venues and outdoor spaces; in data centers and buildings of all shapes, sizes and complexity; at wireless cell sites and in cable headends; and in airports, trains, and tunnels. Vital networks around the world run on CommScope solutions.
Gemalto’s Identity and Data Protection solutions offers a complete portfolios of enterprise security solutions in the world, enabling customers to enjoy industry-leading protection of data, digital identities, payments and transactions across many verticals, including major FSI and governments, by utilizing best-in-class encryption, crypto management techniques, strong authentication, identity management solutions to protect what matters, where it matters. Gemalto helps organizations achieve compliance with stringent data privacy regulations, ensuring sensitive assets, customer information, digital transactions are safe from exposure and manipulation. Not only can they create trust and authenticity in their transactions, but they can ensure that sensitive data is protected and controlled — both on-premises, and in public and private clouds. In addition to a heightened level of protection, enterprises are also able to improve business efficiencies and scale to the identity and data protection needs of tomorrow.
The ACCA is the apex industry trade association that represents the stakeholders of the cloud computing ecosystem in Asia Pacific. The ACCA’s primary mission is to accelerate the adoption of cloud computing in Asia by helping create a trusted and compelling market environment, and a safe and consistent regulatory environment for cloud computing products and services.
ISACA is a global association of 115,000 IT professionals that developed and updates COBIT, and administers CISA, CISM, CGEIT and CRISC certifications. ISACA Singapore Chapter is a non-profit association established in 1983 with more than 2,000 members.
To be the primary body in Singapore representing, promoting and developing the professional practice of IT Governance in the domains of IT Audit, IT Security Management, IT Risk Management and Governance.
With more than 115,000 constituents in 180 countries, ISACA (www.isaca.org) is a leading global provider of knowledge, certifications, community, advocacy and education on information systems (IS) assurance and security, enterprise governance and management of IT, and IT-related risk and compliance. Founded in 1969, the non-profit, independent ISACA hosts international conferences, publishes the ISACA® Journal, and develops international IS auditing and control standards, which help its constituents ensure trust in, and value from, information systems. It also advances and attests IT skills and knowledge through the globally respected Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT) and Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) designations.
ISACA continually updates COBIT, which helps IT professionals and enterprise leaders fulfil their IT governance and management responsibilities, particularly in the areas of assurance, security, risk and control, and deliver value to the business.