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If you are a current SAP customer, when do you plan to migrate to SAP S/4HANA?

Top Answer: No plan to migrate soon.

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If you had a magic wand - what's the #1 daily business challenge you'd eliminate?

Top Answer: Without a doubt - Technical Debt! It's a ball and chain that creates an ever increasing drag on any organization, stifles innovation, and prevents transformation.

What are the top KPIs for IT for the next 3 years?

Top Answer: I think it should be a lot more elastic. Businesses are changing rapidly and what’s important to measure and improve today is likely not important or measurable next year. Long-term KPIs have the danger of being rear-facing rather than forward-facing or predicting. CIOs need to collaborate with their C-Suite peers to drive business KPIs and metrics that matter to them to move the business forward and increase revenue.

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How are startups being evaluated?

Top Answer: We’re evaluated based on the actual problem that we were solving and the market need. In my first startup, we decided to create a product but the problem was not there. That's where we began a spiral of failures. In the second startup, we had a problem, but first we explored whether it was a market need or not. Once we found out that it was a market need for a lot of people, that was a proven concept. I do invest in startups as an angel investor here, and the first thing that I look for is whether there is a market need. The need may not be there right now, it could be in five years’ time. But in that case, I also look at whether the team is capable enough to handle the four or five years of struggle that they will have to go through.

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How do you manage risk with contractors in your supply chain?

Top Answer: Good background checks, and follow up on all references 

Sum up your product strategy for 2022 in one sentence.

Top Answer: Focus on reducing the development efforts by building a framework that could lead to a No Code solution over next 3 years time.

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Can CIOs act as the CDOs for organizations today? Or do companies really need a separate CDO who can partner with the business and IT to drive digital transformation?”

Top Answer: First, worth clarifying if we are talking Chief DIGITAL or Chief DATA Officer. In either case, while I used to think that the existence of the CDO meant that the CIO was failing at their jobs, in  today's world, I think the roles are distinctly different, though in the end it really depends on the people.  CDOs as digital officers are really focused on the digital transformation of their companies, and inherently have an external focus.  CDOs as data officers are focused on key information management within the company - optimizing data as an asset.  The CIO at many companies predominantly focused on internal operations, business and user productivity. The skillsets needed and more importantly, the incentives for these objectives are often different.  Intertwining them is possible, but I think in many cases companies are better served by having a separate focus.   All of that is dependent on whom we are talking about both in terms of people and the business.  The people matter even more in this question than anything.  A company with a super strong CIO working for a digitally minded CEO probably doesn't benefit from a CDO nearly as much as an internally focused CIO working in a business with complex operations that has also recently decided to transform the delivery of their products to include more digital delivery would.   So in the end, I think it really depends.

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Does anyone have a favorite alternative to Tableau? Why?

Top Answer: PowerBI looks more modern, is included within our O365 licensing and appears to have all the same functionality we use/need within Tableau - without the licensing public/server limitations, overhead, hassle, needless complexity. It feels like a part of our ecosystem.