More and more organizations are looking to technology to provide a competitive edge.
At the same time, IT faces an ever-growing array of challenges, from demands for innovation and transformation to cloud migration to digitalization. Smart IT departments are facing these challenges head on and changing the way they do business -- by adopting IT Financial Management.
IQPC’s 13th IT Financial Management Week gives IT finance leaders a thorough grounding in ITFM, including the tools they need to measure, track, optimize, and communicate IT's bottom-line impact at a whole new level of detail. You'll come away with the practical knowledge and inspiration needed to transform your IT function from an opaque cost center to a valued business partner.
New for 2018!
Interactive Discussion Groups
Our facilitated, small group discussions optimize peer-to-peer learning on some of the hottest ITFM topics, including Planning, Business Transformation, and Cloud.
Old-Timers and First-Timers Clubs
Whether you’re joining us for the first time or are an ITFM Week veteran, we’re adding more networking time in to get to know your fell first timers and veterans in a more intimate speed-networking setting!
See how you compare to peer organizations in terms of your "run-the-business" and "change-the-business" IT spending ratio
Hours of Networking
Hours of Content
2018 Speakers Include
Technology Business Management Leader
VP, Strategy and Planning
Global Senior Director
Business Operations Leader
Senior Partner - Information Technology
Ogilvy & Mather
Vice President, Product and Marketing
Director, Product Marketing
Director, Financial Planning & Analysis
Director, Corporate Information Technology
2018 Program Highlights
Our distinguished speaker faculty will highlight proven approaches to quantify, maximize, and communicate the value of technology investments, including how to:
Drive enhanced, data-driven decision making based on actionable insights
More effectively quantify and report the cost, consumption, and quality of IT services and applications to demonstrate
Exploit the forces of supply and demand for cost-effective consumption management
Connect IT with the business value it creates to demonstrate ROI and justify further investment
Rationalize IT portfolios and prioritize investments to improve efficiency and free up capital for more productive uses
Develop frameworks for weighing trade-offs among cost, performance, and risk to enable informed decision making
"This event was a great opportunity to discuss our issues and find out what issues others were experiencing. I really enjoyed the group discussions."-Supervisor of Accounting and Support, Hennepin County, MN
"Helped me understand where other companies are in relation to mine on a number of important issues."- Director, Financial Analysis for IT Finance, Liberty Mutual
"I am not alone. There are many facing same challenges – i.e. Businesses don’t understand IT, don’t want to understand, so we have to change conversations to what we do different to improve our business. "-Executive Director, Technology and Development Finance, Time Warner Enterprise Infrastructure Services
"Gained a lot of insight to best practices. "-Senior Manager IT Finance, Discover Financial Services
"Really good understanding of ITFM process and value opportunities, as well as vendors and consultants that can help. "-CIO, The Andersons, Inc.
Anticipated Attendee List
The 13th IT Financial Management Week is designed for the Next Generation of IT Finance Leaders. Our distinguished speaker faculty will highlight proven approaches to quantify, communicate, and maximize the value of technology investments.
ITFM Resources Packet
The ITFM Resources Packet includes 20 articles and whitepapers that we curated to present the latest industry research and news in one place. The topics, statistics and strategies presented in the resources mirror the types of discussion that will take place at ITFM Week.