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MBA Master Class: Information systems strategy

Paris From 09:00 to 18:00

To learn more about what the Kedge Global MBA programme entails, we are pleased to invite you to a Free One-Day Master Class.

This opportunity will give you an insight into the organisation of our programme as well as provide you an excellent opportunity to exchange with our active participants and faculty.

Taught by Stéphane ROGER

From 9.00 AM to 6.00 PM (Lunch break with participants)

The Master Class: Information systems strategy

Courses and Purposes:

The objectives of the course are to give participants a good understanding on: What IT can bring to their business: overview of the IT solutions available on the market and their added value for the companies in terms of efficiency, development, agility and costs (ERP, CRM, SRM, BI, e-commerce, e-marketing, e-procurement, Collaborative solutions…); Which type of IS architecture (internal / external, best of breed / ERP, centralized / decentralized) and which type of solution (software, SaaS, Cloud, outsourcing, offshoring) to implement according to the business strategy. Methodologies to manage IT/IS in their company: IT governance, project portfolio management, strategic sourcing, build and run best practices, change management, risks management…

About Stéphane ROGER

Stéphane Roger is Partner at SopraSteria, in charge of Consulting activities regarding IT Strategy and Digital Transformation. Previously, he was VP Product Marketing at Hubwoo (international SaaS marketplace), co-founder and CEO at Opteamis (provider sourcing company), founder and Partner at CTRL A / DSI (consulting firm dedicated to CIOs). He started his career with IS and strategic consulting firms in Paris: KPMG Peat Marwick, Atos Origin and AT Kearney where he drove ERPs implementations, Business Process Reengineering, IT strategic plans, IT governance and IT transformation programs in an international context and within numerous sectors. He then became CIO at Uniq, European leader of the convenience food industry, where he increased the functional IS scope, improved services levels and reduced by 40% the operating costs. He holds a Master of Computer Science.

(Free Entry – Limited Places Available)

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