WILL START IN

By Invitation Only: 100 IT leaders collaborate in a day of thought-leading exchange as we examine directions from within the Office of the CIO; all under the umbrella of riveting keynotes, revealing panels, engaging round-tables and unparalleled networking.

WHAT TO EXPECT...

A day of intimate collaboration

We’ve gathered 100 leading CIO's and IT strategists from the biggest brands and largest enterprises under one roof for one day - this is true #CIOcollaboration.

Located in the heart of Dallas

Dallas is home to some of the countries top IT leaders so we picked this beautiful city to house our #CIOcollaboration. 

Today's conversations will be over a Michelin lunch and exquisite cocktails.

Epicurean Lunch & World Cocktails

By hand picking our invitees we were able to engineer an audience of top IT leaders from a diverse range of industries - we've created a true melting pot of insight.

By invitation-only

Fairmont Dallas

CIOdallas on January 17th, 2019 is proudly hosted at the Fairmont Dallas.

VISIT WEBSITE

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I get to the venue?

FREE Uber passes are on us or take Valet at NO cost.

Being a closed-door event of 100 leaders that were specifically invited there is NO fee to attend.

Is there a FEE?

Are there any speaking opportunities?

If you would like to be considered for seat on one of the panels   CLICK HERE  to let us know and we'll be in touch.  

Can I refer a colleague?

All referrals must be approved by our event producer. Simply   CLICK HERE  to submit your referral for approval.   

OUR SPONSORS

Sponsored by companies that support the marketing strengths of some of the largest brands in the world

EVENT ADDRESS

Fairmont Dallas 1717 N Akard St, Dallas, TX 75201
Time: 9:30 to 4:15

QUESTIONS ABOUT ATTENDING

Julie Psaras
juliep@ciosynergy.com
847.278.2213.345 

CIO

dallas

RESERVE MY SEAT

SPONSORSHIP INFO

info@ciosynergy.com
1.847.278.2213 opt 1

CXOsync Brands

CIOsynergy.com

secureCISO.com

CXOdinners.com

CXOsports.com

EventPopulation.com


Audiences

CIO

CISO

CMO

CFO


Offices

Schaumburg (HQ)

New York (East Coast Div.)

Chicago (Midwest Div.)

Los Angeles (West Div.)

Baroda, India (Research)

Mumbai, India (APAC Div.)

London, UK (Europe Div.)


About

Our Mission

Team

Careers

Contact US


Get Engaged

Attending

Sponsoring

Host a CIOdinner

Speaking

WHAT IT LEADERS SAY

They love it. Read what the previous attendees had to say!

CIODALLAS SPONSORS ARE ON THE EDGE OF ENTERPRISE INNOVATION

VIEW ALL SPONSORSREQUEST A SPONSORSHIP

Every year at CXOsync we explore directions from within the Office of the CIO; what are these strategists planning and what paths are they taking? Through these discussions we're able to understand their paths and identify industry trends. By pairing our audience with a selection of industry innovators on edge of product and solution development for the enterprise we're able to incubate true thought-leaders with actionable technology. From leading blue-chips like IBM, Microsoft and CISCO to newly funded start-ups this is where we gather the latest and greatest.

Interested in sponsoring CIO events? 

More Info

EXHIBITORS

Thursday, January 17th, 2019

9:30 AM - 4:15 PM

Insight leaders... 

MODERATOR & CHAIR

Macario Gallegos

(Present)

World renowned thought-leaders take stage at CIOsynergy; those who have walked the line from concept to reality. From the founders the of the most disruptive companies of our time to the CEO's that have soared revenues and market share through the adoption and support of innovative cultures... These are the CIOsynergy thought-leaders that breed conversations that just don't happen within the confines of the office .

Fairmont Dallas

CIO, Farmer Brothers

David Walsh

Rusty Kennington

CIO, Corsicana Mattress Company

George Sarabia

CIO, Channell

Roberto Arrocha

CIO, DAVACO

CIO's on the panel take stage to reveal directions from within the Office of the CIO; how are they improving customer experience; data consolidation, harmonization and enrichment; how to implement predictive analytics; and Cybersecurity concerns on the CIO's desk.

The CIOpanel

Chief Technology Officer/VP, CHRISTUS Health

Lynn Gibson

Kevin Dunn

CIO, U.S. Retirement & Benefits Partners

Brent Chapman

CIO, RoundPoint Mortgage Servicing

Jag Kanchirakkol

Sr. Director, Infrastructure Operations, UnitedHealth Group

Stephen Haag

Chief Information Officer, HNTB

The Predictions Panel

CIOs must manage not only for today, but for tomorrow, and for years into the future. This implies a constant job of predicting what is going to happen next -- at your company, in technology advancements, in competitive marketplace conditions, and more. Our Predictions Panelists are asked to take the stage and share insights they foresee for 2020. Which Prediction will crown the next #ITpsychic?

VP, IT Governance & Global Programs, Essilor

Jenny Stanley

Stephenie Stone

CIO, M+W Group

Cathy McElroy

Vice President of Information Technology, ClubCorp

Sonya Bridges

AVP, Information Technology Services, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport

Diane Holmes

Information Technology Director/CIO, City of Carrollton

The WITpanel

Fostering the next generation of Women In Technology, our WITpanel shares their mentor-ship opportunities and recruiting practices; how to bring more women into technology roles.

JOIN LEADING CIO's

ATTEND CIODallas

RESERVE MY SEAT

The Schedule

Registration

Check-in, grab a coffee and prepare for a day of collaboration, today's discussions start in the CIOlounge where you'll join Dallas's leading digital strategists

5 Top CIO's take stage to predict what IT trends will peak over the next 12 months. Which prediction will crown our #ITpsychic.  

The Predictions Panel

Kevin Dunn, CIO, US Retirement & Benefits Partners

Lynn Gibson, CTO, Christus Health

Jag KanchirakkolSnr Dir, UnitedHealth Group

Brent ChapmanCIO, RoundPoint Mortgage

Stephen Haag, CIO, HNTB

Setting the Tone

Moderator Michael Rogers sets the tone for a day of intimate collaboration as he welcomes Dallas's top IT leaders.

More than a cocktail reception these are the connections that add light to daily decisions made. Conversations with colleagues and peers in the CIOlounge under the umbrella of the latest technologies and visionaries behind them

Retreat to the CIOlounge

Leaders Lunch

Connecting the dots at CIODallas; this epicurean lunch is the foundation for today's relationship building

CIO's on the panel take stage to reveal directions from within the Office of the CIO; how are these IT leaders embracing digital? We'll find out in this investigative discussion that goes beyond the successes to pin-point hurdles, strategies, best-practices, and those ever important lessons learned

The CIOpanel

George Sarabia, CIO, Channell Commercial

Rusty Kennington, CIO, Corsicana Mattress

David Walsh, CIO, Farmer Brothers

Roberto Arrocha, CIO, Davaco

The WITpanel

Fostering the next generation of Women In Technology, our WITpanel shares their mentor-ship opportunities and recruiting practices; how to bring more women into technology roles.

Jenny StanleyVP, IT Governance, Essilor of America

Cathy McElroy, VP Digital, CLubcorp

Stephanie Stone, CIO, M+W Group

Sonya Bridges, AVP IT, DFW Airport

Diane Holmes, CIO, City of Carrollton

Grab coffee or a cocktail while touring the latest enterprise innovation our sponsors have to offer

Retreat to the CIOlounge

Sweet Collaboration

Round-tables congregate over dessert; nothing makes more sense of IT roadmaps than stories of ROI, it's battles and game plans over dessert

Thursday, January 17th 2019  /  9:30 AM - 4:15 PM

#CIOdraw in the CIOlounge

We know IT folks love gadgets that's why you'll love the CIOdraw. Our sponsors have put forth a compilation of great giveaways; from Apple's latest to Amazon's voice automation and even weekend getaways at BMW driving schools. At CIOsynergy we’ve seen it ALL, but are always taken back as they get better and better.

Refreshment Break

Making Sense of Defense And Avoiding Security Fatigue by mimecast

Attackers are, and always will be, more focused and more capable than users. Beyond prevention, we need to be able to detect quickly and respond efficiently, but is that enough to keep risk exposure under control? As Security professionals, we want to prevent attacks but how do we avoid security fatigue, while mitigating the risk exposure of our organizations?

9:30

10:00

10:00

10:05

10:05

10:45

10:45

10:50

10:50

11:10

11:10

12:10

12:10

1:10

1:10

1:50

1:50

2:50

2:50

3:30

3:30

4:00

4:00

4:15

Luis Rodriguez
Solutions Engineer