Forum 2015

The IT Leader Forum 2015

The IT Leader Forum 2015

The 12th annual IT Leader Forum will be held on October 14, 2015.

The key topic of the IT Leader Forum is Modeling the Future.

Many people want to know how their today’s decisions will affect the future and strive to choose the best option possible. Modern information technology helps build models of the future, make highly demanded products, reduce costs, and assess risks. In other words, IT allows companies to gain a competitive edge in the ever changing world. With Information Modeling (IM) technologies, businesses can build a virtual model of their financial, production, logistics, and construction processes and test it in various scenarios influenced by external and internal factors.

The IT Leader Forum attendees will discuss Information Modeling usage scenarios, features and efficiency showcased by successfully completed projects. Big Data, BI, supply chain management systems, industrial and 3D solutions, and Building Information Modeling (BIM), one of the promising technologies in the building design, construction and operation, will be in the spotlight at the Forum. Economic recession is the right time to search for new ideas and change traditional practices. The projects to be showcased at the Forum will unveil new opportunities for attendees.

The IT Leader Forum is a landmark event in Russia which has been held since 2004 and is attended by over 300 executives and IT directors from the Russian and international companies. Last year, presentations were delivered by top managers from Yota, Enter Svyaznoy, Moscow United Electric Grid Company, URALSIB Bank, Sberbank of Russia, etc. In the past, IT Leader Forum special guests included: Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder; Kjell Nordström and Jonas Ridderstråle, famous professors at the Stockholm School of Economics, who rank among the top 5 most popular business gurus of today and are authors of the bestseller Funky Business; and Thomas Frey, Executive Director and Senior Futurist at the DaVinci Institute.