CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - Jul 23, 2012) - The Technology Business Management Council (TBM Council™), a nonprofit business entity dedicated to helping CIOs run IT like a business, today announced that Tom Murphy, former CIO of AmerisourceBergen and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and current board member for the TBM Council will be the keynote presenter at the IQPC IT Financial Management Week which will take place on July 23-25.
From Controller to CFO: Enabling Value-Based Conversations With Your Business Partners
July 24, 9:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Wyndham Blake Hotel, Chicago IL
The Technology Business Management (TBM) Index™ represents the first major effort to benchmark and assess how business technology leaders improve value by running their organizations as the business does. Launched in early June at the TBM Council CIO Summit, the TBM Index is a global survey that enables CIOs, CTOs and other qualified IT executives to compare their own practices and capabilities against those recommended by the TBM Council and those of their industry peers.
In this informative keynote, Tom Murphy, a board member of the TBM Council and the former CIO of Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and AmerisourceBergen, will share early findings from the TBM Index based on the responses of IT leaders from over 300 organizations. Tom will describe how TBM is being applied in different industries, such as financial services, health care, manufacturing, retail and the federal sector. He will also show which TBM practices, such as transparency and demand planning, correlate with different IT investment ratios and operating models.
After his keynote presentation, Tom Murphy will participate in a panel discussion of the current innovations impacting IT finance. The group also includes Russ Finney, partner and CIO at Stryve Advisors, Rosa Akhtarkhavari, CIO of the City of Orlando, and Jim McGittigan, research director at Gartner. The panel aims to examine the effects of dynamic new computing models on traditional procurement and IT management activities.
About the Technology Business Management Council
Governed by innovative CXOs from a diverse group of Fortune 500 companies, the Technology Business Management (TBM) Council is a nonprofit business entity focused on the development of a definitive framework for running technology organizations like a business. Our mission is to serve equally our members and our profession by synthesizing TBM best practices into a professional and recognized discipline for technology leaders. By participating in the TBM Council, members learn from their peers how to maximize the business impact of every dollar invested in technology and to become more strategic to the business. The TBM Council is open to any qualified business technology executive. To learn more about the TBM Council, visit: www.tbmcouncil.org.