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FITIS organizes National CxO Forum-2016

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The Federation of IT Industry Sri Lanka (FITIS) is organizing the National CxO  Forum-2016 under three different tracks for the first time in Sri Lanka to coincide with  the Infotel–2016 National ICT exhibition, scheduled to be held from November 11th-13th at the BMICH. 
The National CxO Forum–2016 will be held on November 11th, from 1.30 pm to 7.00 pm at Committee Halls ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ & ‘D’.

The CxO Forum consists of: Track 1: ‘Empowering leaders for business processes innovation’, Track 2: ‘Empowering organizations for better security’ and Track 3: ‘Empowering digital government’.
The first National CXO Forum will feature insights from leading international industry personnel and forward-thinking, enterprising entrepreneurs, including IT and business leaders of innovative companies in the region, who will share their practical strategies and success stories in spearheading business process change, securing organizations, harnessing the latest technologies and fostering innovation from top down to sustain business in today’s competitive world. Expressing his views on the National CxO Forum-2016, Prasad Hettiarachchi, Director/CEO, Agaya Holdings (Private) Limited said: ‘‘The CxO Forum - 2016 is the largest IT Forum organised by FITIS. The forum, with its three tracks on Process Innovation, IT Security and Digital Government, will bring together over 1,100 CxOs and around 150 entrepreneurs. 

The forum will address many of the prevailing ICT-related concerns, business leaders are encouraged to forward to the event’s organising committee the concerns they wish to discuss during the forum via e-mail or through the CxO Forum Facebook page. 

Sudath Amarasinghe Chairman Infotel Organising Committee expressing his views said, “The National CxO Forum would add value to the Infotel exhibition and to the National IT week. The Forum will help start-up companies network with business leaders and government officials in decision making positions, which will enhance the start-up ecosystem.”

The CxO Forum 2016 is Supported by ICTA as the National Partner and is endorsed by ISACA, BCS Sri Lanka Chapter, SLASSCOM and CSSL. Further, many leading local and international organizations such as Techone Global, Lanka Clear, Readme, Payhere, Square Mobile, Flipit Media, PA Labs and Uber have extended their support towards the CxO Forum. 

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