2020 IT Architecture Forum
Creating resilience through IT Architecture
24 Nov 2020Aotea Centre, Auckland
Keri is a commercial lawyer specialising in technology and privacy law. She has a lot of experience working on product development and commercialisation projects, particularly for media, tech and online consumer products. She also advises on data collection, data matching and transfer, privacy policies, and data breach issues. Keri writes regularly on data protection and privacy, and is registered with the New Zealand Directory of Privacy Professionals. She has contributed to the New Zealand sections of various global data protection publications, including Linklaters' Data Protected, and Thomson Reuters' Data Privacy Advisor.
GM Digital Architecture
Regine is a successful strategic transformation leader who aligns strategies, lay out business & technology -baseline & target architecture- perform gap analysis, reorient technology to fit business goals & processes. She has over 30 years working experience. Regine is specialized in business innovation, data science, and business process optimization. She was a finalist in the Women of Influence award in 2015 and winner of the Value in Action award in 2013.
Raffaella del Prete
Head of Architecture & DX (Digital) Engineering
Raffaella del Prete is Head of Architecture & DX (Digital) Engineering at Vodafone. She has assumed increasing responsibilities in major international companies including Tesco, BP, T-Mobile, Nokia, Philips and Accenture and New Zealand leaders such as Fonterra, Genesis Energy , AIA, Kiwibank and Vodafone. Her expertise has been gained across industry domains company sizes and delivery approaches. She is an enthusiastic lean architecture leader and she has a strong track record of successful large digital transformations, IT strategies, and innovation.
David is a passionate IT leader who at Cyma helps customers design and deliver their business strategies and initiatives, and improve their architecture practices. He's comfortable working with teams on technical challenges up to communicating solutions to business audiences and execs. Previously he was the Architecture Manager at Southern Cross Health Society and prior to that was a Manager at Deloitte Consulting. He’s worked in many industries including Health, Insurance, Utilities, and Local Government. He's managed large technology and architecture teams, million dollar programmes and projects, and developed national level strategies.
SKY TV NZ
Over the last few years, Matt has been providing Sky's architecture in the content delivery domain, working within a variety of architectural styles. He's been leading the development of architectures for complex solutions across multiple development teams, ensuring consistency and sharing of the overall vision. Matt believes that clear and open lines of communication between all parties is key to success, and technology secondary to that. Lately he's been leading the strategy of additional technologies within his portfolio to meet imperatives across annual, 5 year and 10 year plans.
IT Operations and Development Leader
Raymund has been in Flight Centre for 10 years, before that he was a Development Lead/Solutions Architect at St John for almost 3 years and Development Lead at MessageMedia (during the ECN/NZ Post Group Days) for nearly a year. Before moving to New Zealand mid-2005, Raymund was in various roles in AsiaPac (Hong Kong, Malaysia and Philippines) and managed services across the region including Singapore and Indonesia mostly as CTO and IT Manager roles in the Telco industry and large online retailers.
Graham Brien Herd
IT Infrastructure Leader
Graham has been in Flight Centre for 5 years, before that, he was a Senior Systems Engineer at Spark for almost 2 years and IT Manager for Konica Minolta for nearly three years.Before moving to New Zealand late 2010, Graham was based in Edinburgh, UK doing various engineering, administrator and analyst roles.
Architecture & Engineering Lead
Jason is a passionate technical leader, enterprise architect and engineer with a background working with some of the largest media and telco companies in Australasia. Most recently Jason has been responsible for leading architectural strategy and implementation for Lightbox and Spark Sport in New Zealand including a record-breaking delivery of RWC2019 late last year.
Business Development Manager
ITP (Auckland Branch)
Igor Portugal spent over 20 years implementing technology in variety of New Zealand businesses. From his beginnings as a software developer in early 90s to becoming a serial tech entrepreneur and business development manager, Igor loves seeing people use technology he implemented to benefit their business. Over the years Igor helped hundreds of New Zealand businesses and participated in a number of IT industry’s professional organisations. Currently Igor is the Business Development Manager for Catalyst IT and the Chairman of the ITP Auckland Branch. In the past, Igor founded a number of successful startups including Asterisk which was sold to Gen-i (now Spark) in 2003 and Vadacom, VoIP systems company, which he sold to a mix of publicly listed entity, investment bankers and new shareholders.