Enabling the Event-Driven Enterprise | Thursday, 19th November 2020 | Virtual
  • Enabling the Event-Driven Enterprise

  • Thursday, 19th November 2020
  • 12:55 - 14:00
  • Location: Virtual
  • Registration Closed

Learn how Aeroporti di Roma S.p.A. leveraged data to transform from one of the world’s worst passenger services to breaking the record for the highest passenger satisfaction score and the best airport in Europe for two consecutive years. Emiliano Sorrenti, chief information and technology officer at Aeroporti di Roma S.p.A. will share his personal experiences of harnessing the power of the event-driven enterprise and the benefits it brings.

Emiliano will take you through his journey of:

Determining where to start and how to onboard the executive community;

Raising funds and assigning priorities to the right initiatives;

Giving preliminary results in a reasonable timeframe.

In talking about this journey, he aims to share his experience, and provide learnings and advice on those undertaking a similar transformation.

Our Expert

Emiliano Sorrenti, Chief Information and Technology Officer, Aeroporti di Roma S.p.A.

Reshaping the enterprise to rapidly respond to changes in the business landscape

Emiliano started his career at Accenture in 1996, staying there until 2008. Later he joined Vodafone, where he held several roles with growing responsibilities. His last role in the group was CIO of Vodafone Romania, where he led a complex digital transformation program. He is currently technology VP for Aeroporti di Roma and managing director for the technology company of the group.  

Event Chair: Dax Grant, CIO | Global Operations, HSBC

Following her previous positions as Executive Director of Technology and Operations in a range of sectors. Dax is currently CIO, Global Operations, HSBC with an exciting global remit in a globally recognised organisation. Prior to joining HSBC Dax was the Director for Operations at Macmillan, accountable for the management of the function and delivering technology deployments within the core infrastructure. Recognised for her skills in digitising businesses, Dax has worked in a number of senior operational, technology and commercial positions within a variety of sectors and with financial services ranging from Fintech focused companies to established global banks. Having undertaken a number of customer facing positions, Dax led the Barclaycard Business Strategy function and subsequently led the operational digitisation at Barclaycard, bringing together the Issuing, Acquiring and International Acquiring Businesses. In the early years, Dax worked as Head of Personal Finance for Santander. Working as Director of Technology and Business Operations for Europe at Visa, Dax held accountability for bringing together operational and technology areas of the Visa Inc. acquisition. Dax graduated with a Bachelors of Economics from Cambridge University, continuing her professional accreditation as an Associate of the London Institute of Banking and Finance together with an MBA from Cranfield Business School. Passionate about equality, diversity and inclusion Dax adopts an open inclusive approach to enabling potential in people and driving societally impactful results.