Event DateThursday, 26th November 2020
Event Time12:55 - 14:00
Head of Analysis and Design, Future Processing
A constructive workshop with high-level executives can help create efficient and realistic IT strategy to achieve your business goals. Thoroughly organized IT product discovery phase saves money and time spent on unnecessary changes during development. But seldom there’s enough time or budget to include the full design process before the project development kick-off. In this piece Daria, who runs a team of 40+ Business Analysts and User Experience Designers, will share some insights on who, when and why should consider IT Strategy workshops, and who should not.
Daria Polończyk – Analysis & Design Manager at Future Processing. She is responsible for developing business strategy while meeting operational high level goals and defining departments’ detailed objectives. Daria is an experienced Business Analyst with a keen interest in software design and IT Service Management.
CTO, City Wonders
On-boarding and integrating a new development partner to take over a previously initiated project.
Since 2016, Charles Fabian has been the CTO of City Wonders in Dublin. City Wonders has won numerous awards as one Europe’s largest and best providers of high-quality guided tours: in 2019 one of its tours was awarded Trip Advisor’s Traveller’s Choice Award as the #1 Experience globally, while another City Wonders tour was Trip Advisor’s most booked tour in the world in 2017.
A reliable, efficient and feature-rich IT infrastructure is indispensable in delivering high-quality experiences on the scale which City Wonders operates. In 2018, City Wonders selected Future Processing to develop a new bespoke back office to replace its existing 10 year-old legacy system, with Charles acting as the Product Owner for the project.
Former SVP International IT, 20th Century Fox
Tony is a passionate advocate for the technology function to achieve truly transformative results when committed to a business and user centric outcome.
He has successfully built and led large, international technology teams in both the retail and media sectors. Most recently he was responsible for the International (everything outside of North America) Technology group at 20th Century Fox.
During his time at Fox, Tony oversaw digital, data and cloud transformation initiatives that equipped the International business teams to successfully evolve in a constantly changing and disrupted industry landscape.