The NetSuite Business Cloud Event: Manila
14 October, 2010 | 15:30 – 19:30pm | The Peninsula Manila
The Cloud Changes Everything
Please join us for NetSuite's Business Cloud Event on Thursday, 14 October, at The Peninsula Manila to find out how cloud computing is transforming the financial and business operations of companies all over the world.
You'll hear from Zach Nelson, CEO of NetSuite, and an expert panel of executives who have moved their key business operations to the cloud—and are slashing IT costs and driving high performance as a result.
What You'll Learn
At this event, you'll learn:
- What the buzz around cloud computing is all about—and why it's becoming a business priority.
- Why cloud computing is the more efficient, cheaper and greener way to reduce both IT costs and energy usage.
- Strategies to manage your multi-subsidiary and multinational operations, gain local control and visibility, and simplify multi-currency financial consolidation.
- How real-time dashboards, analytics and continuous planning can give your company a competitive advantage.
|16:00–16:15pm|| Welcome and Introductions
James Dantow, Vice President, Worldwide Support, and General Manager, Philippines
|16:15–16:30pm|| Special Guest Speaker
Assistant Secretary Felicitas R. Agoncillo-Reyes, Board of Investments, Department of Trade and Industry, Philippines
|16:30–17:15pm|| "How the Cloud Transforms Business Management"
Zach Nelson, CEO, NetSuite
|17:15–17:45pm|| Executive Panel: "Where the Cloud Means Business"
– Evelyn Misola, Registrar and Admissions head, Institute of Culinary Arts and Food Service at Far Eastern University
– Chris Feist, President & COO, Antech Inc.
– Eugene Naguiat, CEO, Motech Automotive Educational Center
|18:00–19:00pm||Cocktails and Networking
President and Chief Executive Officer
Zach Nelson's 20-year career spans executive positions in marketing, sales, product development and business strategy at some of the most influential and innovative technology companies, including Oracle Corporation, Sun Microsystems and McAfee. In 2000, as CEO of McAfee subsidiary myCIO.com, Nelson delivered the industry's first Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) security solution for business. Before that, Nelson was Vice President of Worldwide Marketing at Oracle, where he was responsible for global marketing strategy and implementation. At Sun, he drove the marketing and branding of the first version of the Solaris operating system and led the product and corporate marketing efforts at the company's SunSoft division.
CEO of NetSuite since 2002, Nelson led the company's successful IPO in 2007 and its rise from startup to a leading cloud computing company in the industry. He holds B.S. and M.A. degrees from Stanford University.
Registrar and Admissions Head
Institute of Culinary Arts and Food Service at Far Eastern University
Evelyn Yuhan Misola is Registrar and Admissions Head at the Institute of Culinary Arts and Food Service at Far Eastern University (ICF@FEU) in Makati City, which she joined in June 2010. She is responsible for all student records management and is also highly involved in curriculum planning and improvement. She works hand in hand with the programs head for improvement of the program as well as faculty loading, admission of students, and the management of external relations for the school.
Previously, from 2007 to April 2010, Misola was fAdministrator and Registrar for Enderun College. There she was responsible for all student records management and curriculum planning. Prior to Enderun, Misola was a full-time faculty member and Academic Coordinator (Science and Technology) for Dominican College from 2003 to 2007. She has a master's degree in biology from the University of Santo Tomas Graduate School.
The Peninsula Manila
Corner of Ayala and Makati Avenues
1226 Makati City, Metro Manila
Republic of the Philippines
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