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Scaling the Power of Analytics

As analytics moves from pilot phase to deployment in the enterprise, CIOs are switching focus from championing tactical projects to spearheading wide-scale implementation efforts, increasing emphasis on the need for scale. 

In a market dictated by data, IT executives are moving ahead with plans to convert small gains from specific use cases into organisational insights, widening scope to enhance intelligence capabilities.

But putting it to practice continues to be a challenge especially with the rise in remote working. CIOs looking to succeed are turning to scalable analytics strategy that is built on foundational capabilities and activities geared towards embedding data into the company from the ground up.

This CIO Data Download Series – in association with Tableau – will outline how CIOs can leverage the transformative power of analytics at scale, documenting the blueprint required to expand and enhance data value in the enterprise.

Key discussion points include:

  • How businesses can benefit when they scale up analytics capabilities
  • What are the core challenges CIOs face when enhancing analytics
  • The best practices on data scaling within the enterprise

About the speakers


Seow Yoke Kong

Vice President of IT, Optus

Seow Yoke Kong (Seow) was appointed Vice President of IT at Optus in March 2019 where he has direct responsibility for IT Systems and Services (ITSS) for Consumer Australia, as well as the delivery of all IT services to Optus.

Seow previously led the IP Network Engineering (IPNE) organisation for both Optus and Singtel from February 2015, which delivers voice, data and video content to Consumer, Wholesale and Business customers. In this role, Seow was responsible for teams planning and engineering the IP and core transport network that underpins fixed, mobile and enterprise services. In Optus, he was also responsible for overseeing the fibre optic network and its associated technical facilities.

During his time with Optus, Seow has overseen several key projects including the modernisation of the Optus transport network, which supported Optus’ lead in delivering mobile services in Australia. He also played a key role in providing telecommunication services at the Commonwealth Games in 2018, as well as launching the Optus Sport video service.

Seow is passionate about technology and has a keen interest in how it can be used to improve the wellbeing of Australians in the way we live, work and play.


TC Gan

Vice President, Solution Engineering, Tableau Asia Pacific & Japan

TC is the Vice President of Solution Engineering for Tableau in Asia Pacific & Japan. He has over 30 years of enterprise software experience in a variety of technology consulting positions.

TC joined Tableau 9 years ago as one of the pioneers of the Asia Pacific Headquarters in Singapore, playing a key role in building Tableau into a leading analytics solution provider in this region.

At Tableau, TC builds and manages a team of highly motivated and skilled solution engineers, whose singular goal is to help customers succeed in adopting a self-service visual analytics platform and driving an analytics culture that delivers positive impact to the business.

Prior to joining Tableau, TC was the Head of Presales for Cornerstone (now NTT Data Solutions) and served as Director of Business Solutions at Onyx Software.

James Henderson

James Henderson

Editorial Director of Asia Pacific and Middle East IDG Communications

As Editorial Director of Asia Pacific and Middle East, James is responsible for developing the content, audience and partnership strategy of IDG’s premium enterprise and channel brands across the region, including CIO, CSOonline and Channel Asia.

Drawing on more than 10 years of in-market experience, James, a well-known event host and moderator, specialises in converting global technology trends into regional and local insights, with a specific focus on Technology Leadership and Channel Partner audiences.

Prior to entering the technology industry, James worked for mainstream media in the UK, Australia and New Zealand, following editorial roles at The Times of London, The West Australian and The New Zealand Herald among others.


Ken Soh

Group CIO, BH Global

Ken Soh is Group CIO of mainboard listed BH Global, a role he has held since March 2014. Ken has more than 28 years of working experience in the ICT industry and prior to joining BH Global, held various senior positions in public and private sectors at CxO and business leader levels with Master Planning and P&L responsibilities.

In BH Global, Ken has spearheaded various digital transformation initiatives internally including data visualisation and strengthening of the Group’s ERP platform. Alongside that, Ken has also initiated and driven the transformation of BH Global’s IT department from a cost centre to a profit centre, spinning it off as a subsidiary company, Athena Dynamics.

Ken was recognised in the CIO50 ASEAN list in 2019 and 2020 by CIO and IDG.


Sharon Ng

Ministry Family CIO, Ministry of Trade and Industry

Sharon is a global executive with more than 24 years industry experience working in MNCs leading global organization and teams across IT, Channel Strategy & Operations as well as business transformation. She currently helms as the Services Technology leader for trade and industry cluster at Gov Tech and serve as MTI’s Ministry Family CIO.

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