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16th and 17th August 2016
The Melbourne Marriott Hotel

Procurement and Contracting for ICT

Procurement and Contracting for ICT


Reasons to attend

  • Discover the latest trends in ICT contract design

  • Understand the challenges and opportunities created by the move to on-demand computing through adoption of Cloud solutions.

  • Realise the benefits of genuine ICT “As A Service” Procurement

  • Get the procurement right to avoid implementation failure

  • Realise the benefits of proactive Vendor Management

  • Learn how to avoid ICT Tendering and Contract Management Failures and Disputes

  • Improve the success rate of ICT projects through more effective project and stakeholder management

  • Explore how to deliver effective ICT Asset Management

  • Learn about innovations in ICT Contracting and Procurement

  • Explore the critical role of the Psychological Contract (PC) in ICT contracting

  • Learn from technology spotlights on Telco, BYOD and Data Analytics procurement

  • Find out how to Manage complexity in significant ICT procurements 

  • Develop negotiation skills specific to the procurement of cloud services 

  • Learn how to negotiate terms and conditions for software 


Plus receive the following benefits pre and post-conference:

  • Pre-conference

  • Join the closed networking group for the conference enabling you to see who else is attending and to arrange to meet at the event

  • Preview presentations and pose questions that you would like to see speakers address as part of their sessions or in one-to-one meetings with speakers during the event (this helps speakers to deliver exactly what you are looking for)

  • Post-Conference  

    The event experience should not end at the close of day two. Post-conference you will be able to:

  • Participate in online round-table discussions on key issues raised during the conference or on specific challenges that you face that were not addressed in the main programme

  • Continue discussions started at the conference in the closed networking group

  • Access video recordings of the sessions to refresh your memory on the key takeaways from the sessions or to share with your colleagues


Who should attend

  • ICT Category Managers

  • Purchasing and Procurement Officers and Managers

  • Contracting Professionals

  • Buyers and Senior Buyers

  • ICT sellers, vendors and consultants

  • Sourcing Managers, Logistics, Supply Managers, Inventory and Warehouse Managers

  • Chief Procurement Officers/ CPOs, Commercial Managers

  • IT, CIO and ICT Senior Managers 

  • IT & ICT Procurement specialists 

  • Asset Management

  • CEO, Boards, owners, CFO, Financial Controller, Corporate legal council 

  • Vendor Management 

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Supported by IACCM 

The International Association for Contract & Commercial Management enables both public and private sector organisations and professionals to achieve world-class standards in their contracting and relationship management process and skills. With 33,581 members across 158 countries and 13,602 corporations, IACCM is leading the way in responding to the demands of global networked markets.

 Featured Speakers 

Greg Heise, Head of IT Commercial Services,
Harvey Norman

Jag Rewal
Director, Whole of Government Technology Procurement
Department of Premier and Cabinet, Victoria

Eleni Karagounis, Vendor Relationship Manager, ICT at Boral Shared Business Services,
Boral Shared Business Services

Jennie Vickers
Director Australia and New Zealand

Felix Nachiyunde, Purchasing Regional Commodity Manager ICT
Schneider Electric

George Strohfeldt, Principal
Contract Control International

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