Digital Transformation Event: Join us on June 3rd in Toronto, Canada

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Digital transformation is a project many business executive leaders have recently taken on, especially those in banking and financial services. These organizations are competing to digitally transform front-end systems that are connected to brittle legacy systems. The subsequent failure to identify the structural vulnerabilities in combined applications, produces security and reliability issues the negate the value of digital transformation.

This makes the expression you can't manage what you can't measure extremely poignant, as many issues that prevent IT transformation are not visible to CIOs.

On June 3rd, join CAPCO's CIO Advisory Practice and CAST's Banking and Financial services, as they host an exclusive Executive Breakfast in Toronto, Ontario. CIOs, Global Technology Leaders, Business Unit heads, and IT transformation and Application development leaders will be able to discuss how to improve CIO performance by measuring application complexity and increasing system performance and visibility.

To join this critical conversation, in order to provide value and return of transformation investments REGISTER NOW!

This event is co-sponsored by:

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