S&P Global presents

CIO POV: Making critical decisions based on facts about your software

Software is becoming increasingly complex while objective information about its condition is becoming harder to obtain. CIOs and their teams are making big decisions in the dark every day:

  • Are my custom build applications resilient and secure? What are their critical flaws?
  • Is it really more cost effective to keep them or switch to commercial software instead?
  • How do I figure out who are the sourcing and/or in-house best performers?
  • How do I accelerate cost-saving efforts such as migration to Cloud?

Learn from the experience of successful CIOs how to cut through the complexity, how to apply software intelligence for greater objectivity in making critical decisions and governing your software assets and development resources.

This 45min session is part of Software Intelligence Month learning series for digital leaders.

Tom Bayer
S&P Global

Tom Bayer
Former CIO

Tom has 20+ years of experience leading and transforming IT organizations in the financial services industry. He served as CIO at the Securities and Exchange Commission, S&P Global, and the Conference of State Bank Supervisors, and held senior IT positions at Capital One and Citibank. As a CIO, Tom’s responsibilities included IT strategy, operations, new product development, and large global deployments of critical software with immeasurable impact to the business.

Vincent Delaroche
CAST Software

Vincent Delaroche
Founder & CEO

Vincent is a true believer in "you can’t manage what you don’t see”, and started a movement, which lead to creating the Software Intelligence market category, aimed at helping executives make objective and informed software decisions, accelerate Cloud migration journeys, and raise the security and resiliency of their software assets. Over the last 15 years, he has worked with numerous executive business leaders and managing partners from top global SIs and management consulting firms to further enable their IT transformation efforts.