As governments allow phased re-opening of businesses & amenities, business leaders have been working on their preparedness plan for what’s to come. Your preparedness plan will help you create a priority list and come up with action items for today and tomorrow. For your business to fly at a light speed without much friction, your IT capabilities need to be aligned with your business needs and objectives. And this can be done when a technology roadmap goes hand in hand with your business roadmap.
Join us for a discussion around the following four technology tips that will come in handy when you build your preparedness plan.
This will be a Q&A session. It is to provide you an opportunity to not only ask your questions but also hear other business leaders' questions, ideas, and thoughts.
Recommended For: Business leaders & executives
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Keith has spend 14 years in the IT sector, with 3 of those years at ProServeIT. He has always had a genuine love of technology and its limitless possibilities, especially with what it can do for humanity. This love for tech has led Keith to want to help customers to understand "the art of the possible" by taking their old processes and modernizing them. With particular expertise in Office 365, the Power platform of Power Apps, Power BI, and Power Automation and various collaboration tools, like SharePoint, Teams and Dynamics 356, Keith truly has a fascination with how technology can help improve the way people work together. When he's not making technology transparent, Keith enjoys playing and watching basketball - he's a spirited Raptors fan.
Coming from the non-IT world prior to her career at ProServeIT, Mihae fully understands business leaders' challenges of connecting the dot between their business roadmap and technology roadmap. She is passionate about creating and providing the content that can help business leaders identify and close that gap.
Mihae holds an MBA from Rotman School of Management at University of Toronto. She also has an MES from York University and a BBA from Parsons The New School for Design in New York City.