CIO Roundtable Dinner New Jersey By OpenText | May 31, 2017 | Elements Restaurant - Princeton, NJ, USA

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Don Salters

Director, Technical Consulting Regulatory Solutions

Parexel International

Jason Manuel View details

Director Business IT Ops Real World Data and Analytics

Pfizer

Jesse Crew

Director of IT Business Applications

CSL Behring LLC

Milind Kamkolkar

Chief Data Officer

Sanofi

Raj Wadhwani

Director, IS Process and Compliance

Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Sam Mowaswes

Global Director of R&D, Business Information Management

Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc.

Sanam Mehra

Chief Architect

Ascencia (Panasonic Healthcare)

Sean Cuttler

Head of Information Technology

Cancer Genetics Incorporated

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Here's what our past attendees had to say:

Overall it was a good experience and I learned a lot from the attendees. The subject matter expertise and collegiality was apparent and it created a good learning environment.

Corporate Director IS Infrastructure, Penn Medicine

The event was so well-organized! There was a nice mix of meaningful topics and peers to connect with in sharing ideas, too.

Global Information Security Manager

Great summit.

VP Global Information Technology, RotoMetrics

While the presentations were excellent and educational, having an opportunity to meet and discuss common problems with other IT executives was by far the most valuable component of the summit. The combination of general sessions and think tanks was excellent.

CIO

The format was very open and inviting, which resulted in nice interaction among the delegates. The length of the event was just right and the choice of venue was excellent! Agenda sessions were well planned and articulated. It demonstrated a sense of closeness to the topic.

Director, Application Development

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