2010 Speaker List
Hear from IT leaders and industry experts in more than 100 sessions at the leading business technology event.
CEO, SitScape, Inc.
As the CEO and co-founder of SitScape, Kevin brings over 15 years of experience in management, strategy, consulting, enterprise architecture, and program management of both large-scale business technology initiatives and fast-paced hi-tech start-ups.
Kevin has extensive experience in managing large scale technology initiatives in global organizations. He was acting chair of Corporate Architecture Review Board at Freddie Mac for finance and enterprise data. He also chaired the corporate architectural budget review committee for Freddie Mac's annual $300+ millions of new IT programs and initiatives. He was a member of the Enterprise Architecture Planning Committee at the World Bank Group. Kevin started his career at Motorola's headquarter in Schaumburg, IL, focusing on secure wireless communication management systems.
Kevin has been actively involved with several successful Internet start-ups since the mid 90s. Kevin was CTO of TandemSeven with a long list of Fortune 500 clients. Kevin was the Chief Technologist of the leading e-business services company Zefer (acquired by NEC in 2001). Zefer's business plan won the Harvard Business School (HBS) annual business plan competition in 1997 and then experienced rapid revenue growth to $138 million during its first 18 month with about 800 employees in 6 global offices. Prior to that Kevin was the principal technologist at Neoglyphics Media Corporation, an Internet technology pioneer with its roots coming from the Mosaic Web browser project at UIUC. Without external investment, Neoglyphics was acquired by a NASDAQ-listed public company for over $60 millions in three years.
Kevin has been a speaker at various technology conferences and published research and technical papers in leading peer-reviewed journals such as IEEE Transactions. Kevin’s published work on smart Web Services architecture in 2001 was cited by the World-Wide-Web Consortium (W3C) as a reference in defining its standards.
Thursday, October 21, 2010, 3:00 PM-3:20 PM
Today’s businesses are facing the growing pains of an overwhelming amount of information that is scattered across various disparate systems and sources. Millions have been spent on developing various silo-ed information systems, either in the cloud or in house, yet knowledge workers and decision makers are unable to see the information they need quickly - be it live business information or important business documents.? ? With the change of end user’s mindset and expectations, and the impact of the current tough economic conditions, the enterprise users now demand DYI type of quick access of critical information - the kind of capabilities that typically required 6 month or 1-year project to do by a company’s engineering team or consulting firms are now expected to be done in a much faster time frame. Learn how the latest technology innovations incorporate the latest advances in User Interface Virtualization that offers improved productivity, faster decision making and extraordinary business value