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About the Forum

Attendees across the region have come to expect a dynamic agenda with relevant, up-to-the-minute topics and exciting speakers who will share their wealth of knowledge and experience, helping you gain practical insights into your business challenges. The Premier CIO Forum includes powerful keynotes, informative breakouts, discussions with subject-matter experts, and cutting-edge solution providers.

48 Advisors

Our advisory council members offer valuable feedback to improve our event each year.

16 Sponsors

Premier would like to extend a special thank you to the 2017 sponsors of this event.

139 Organizations

These organizations have appointed one or more senior level executives to attend Pittsburgh CIO Forum.

Speakers

Speakers are hand-selected by our Advisory Council for their expertise and ability to translate big ideas into stunning presentations.

  •  Roberta Anderson

    Roberta Anderson

    Cohen & Grigsby, P.C.

    Director, Pittsburgh Office

  •  George Appley

    George Appley

    Concurrent Technologies Corporation

    SVP Technology Group

  •  Charles Bartel

    Charles Bartel

    Duquesne University

    AVP & CIO

  • Dr. Mike Bright Ph.D.

    Dr. Mike Bright Ph.D.

    Grove City College

    Chairman, Dept. of Computing & Electrical Engineering

  •  Bruce Chiu

    Bruce Chiu

    Cohen & Grigsby, P.C.

    Director

  •  Rachel Chung

    Rachel Chung

    Chatham University

    Director of Business Programs

  •  Dave Coughanour

    Dave Coughanour

    K&L Gates

    Director of Security

  •  Ed Cutone

    Ed Cutone

    Ronati

    CTO

  •  David DiLeo

    David DiLeo

    Industrial Scientific Corp.

    CIO

  •  Justin Dodd

    Justin Dodd

    Cohen & Grigsby, P.C.

    Director of Technology

  •  Tom Dugas

    Tom Dugas

    Duquesne University

    Director Information Security

  • Dr. Trebor Evans

    Dr. Trebor Evans

    Dollar Bank

    SVP & CISO

  •  Stacey Fedorka

    Stacey Fedorka

    ERIKS North America

    CIO & VP IT

  •  Summer Fowler

    Summer Fowler

    Carnegie Mellon University

    Technical Director, Cybersecurity Risk and Resilience

  •  Robert Gdovic

    Robert Gdovic

    Federated Investors, Inc.

    AVP/Director, Data Centers & Telecom

  •  Andrew Guzman

    Andrew Guzman

    HCL Technologies

    VP & CTO - Americas

  •  Keith Haugh

    Keith Haugh

    Interpace Diagnostics

    VP of IT

  •  John Hudson

    John Hudson

    Plus Consulting

    Practice Director Cyber Security

  •  Traci Hudson

    Traci Hudson

    The Steve Trautman Co.

    Consultant & Former IT Executive

  •  Adrienne Hume

    Adrienne Hume

    Darktrace

    Cyber Security Account Executive

  •  Bruno Mastroianni

    Bruno Mastroianni

    Center for Organ Recovery & Education

    CIO

  •  Rosemary Mendel

    Rosemary Mendel

    BEST Robotics

    Executive Director

  •  PN Narayanan

    PN Narayanan

    PA Treasury

    Deputy Treasurer & CIO

  •  Mark Ohlund

    Mark Ohlund

    Armada Group

    CIO & SVP IT

  •  Eric Piersol

    Eric Piersol

    TMS International, LLC

    VP IT & CIO

  •  Chris Radi

    Chris Radi

    Foundation Radiology Group

    VP IT

  •  Ram Rayapureddy

    Ram Rayapureddy

    Mylan

    CIO

  •  Dan Roberts

    Dan Roberts

    Ouellette & Associates

    CEO

  •  Philip Savino

    Philip Savino

    Parking Authority of Pittsburgh

    CTO

  •  Skip Shelly

    Skip Shelly

    Carnegie Mellon University

    Associate Teaching Professor & MHCI Faculty Director

  •  Fred Shrayber

    Fred Shrayber

    Cohen & Grigsby, P.C.

    Director

  •  Doug Smith

    Doug Smith

    Cleveland Clinic

    Interim CIO

  •  Steve Smith

    Steve Smith

    Greater Pittsburgh CIO Group

    Managing Partner

  •  Ken Spangler

    Ken Spangler

    FedEx Ground

    CIO

  •  Paul Spradley Ed.D.

    Paul Spradley Ed.D.

    Robert Morris University

    Director, Center for Student Success

  •  Kevin Sullivan

    Kevin Sullivan

    Cohen & Grigsby, P.C.

    Director of Technology

  •  Vincent Theriault

    Vincent Theriault

    Surmesur Custom Menswear

    Co-Founder & Co-CEO

  •  David Thompson

    David Thompson

    CMU

    CIO, Software Engineering Institute (SEI)

  •  Joe Tucker

    Joe Tucker

    Tintri

    Sr. System Engineer

  •  Carl Wellington

    Carl Wellington

    UBER

    Perception Lead, Self-Driving Cars

  •  Michael Yates

    Michael Yates

    Ansys, Inc.

    Director Global Information Security

AGENDA

September 20-21, 2017

We have worked diligently to put together a stimulating and focused agenda, bringing together experts, visionaries and professionals from the IT industry. We look forward to sharing this exciting conference with you.

Welcome
Nina Di Francisco, President, Premier Connects, Inc.

Program Intro
Steve Smith, Managing Partner, Greater Pittsburgh CIO Group

Great Room

Moderator
Dan Roberts, CEO, Ouellette & Associates

Panelist
Traci Hudson, Consultant & Former IT Executive, The Steve Trautman Co.

Panelist
Ram Rayapureddy, CIO, Mylan

Panelist
Ken Spangler, CIO, FedEx Ground


Today’s CIOs are leading through an unprecedented period of digital transformation and disruption. Facing the innovators dilemma, savvy business and technology leaders are creating vision, setting strategy, and aligning executive teams to drive new sources of revenue and orchestrate new customer experiences. Success with this new journey means securing the necessary resources, organizing for speed, enabling a fail fast culture while building an IT talent brand that ensures we retain and attract the right talent. 

Great Room


Dr. Mike Bright Ph.D., Chairman, Dept. of Computing & Electrical Engineering, Grove City College


Rosemary Mendel, Executive Director, BEST Robotics


Robotics has emerged as one of the most effective ways to engage students in STEM.  By incorporating programming, math, engineering design and creativity, robotics gives students a tangible result of the STEM applications they are using.  More importantly, the program leads the students through collaborative problem solving – one of the most valuable skills in the workforce of today and tomorrow.     In this presentation, BEST Robotics will demonstrate how students with experience in robotics competitions hold the key to the next generation of the computer sciences workforce.

About BEST Robotics:
 BEST Robotics is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to engage and excite middle and high school students about engineering, math, science and technology as well as inspire them to pursue STEM majors and ultimately careers in these fields. Each fall over 25,000 students in more than 900 middle, high school and alternate learning programs participate COST FREE nationally in BEST programs.  Through the vehicle of a robotics competition the students receive hands on training and industry expertise that has a track record of increasing STEM confidence and future career and education pursuit. BEST takes an interdisciplinary and holistic approach to the program that provides students with real-world industry connected experience.  While BEST’s mission is STEM education, its vision is to be a premier organization engaged in the development of a well-trained future engineering, technology, science and math workforce.

Incorporated as a nonprofit in 1993, BEST has grown from a single hub (local competition site) to more than 42 hubs in 16 states. BEST uses the vehicle of a robotics competition to help achieve the mission of inspiring and encouraging future STEM career choices. BEST’s STEM Education Program promotes the growth of local competition sites nationally in intent to maximize the pipeline of future engineers, scientists and technical professionals. As supported by our program funding model, there is an intended focus on minority groups and the underserved so we actively recruit minority populations and involve inner city and rural schools which often have limited access to programs of this nature. BEST is supported by countless skilled mentors and volunteers that provide additional education and knowledge as the students seek to expand their knowledge of STEM subjects and robotics operations.

BEST is a free program for participating schools—there are no fees; all equipment and materials for building and powering the robots are provided. Any middle or high school (other learning groups also participate) may participate regardless of size, location, type, or socioeconomic status.
In July, 2017, BEST announced Pittsburgh as its headquarters location.

Great Room

Panelist
Roberta Anderson, Director, Pittsburgh Office, Cohen & Grigsby, P.C.

Panelist
Bruce Chiu, Director, Cohen & Grigsby, P.C.

Panelist
Justin Dodd, Director of Technology, Cohen & Grigsby, P.C.

Panelist
Fred Shrayber, Director, Cohen & Grigsby, P.C.

Panelist
Kevin Sullivan, Director of Technology, Cohen & Grigsby, P.C.


This panel will discuss the critical interplay between data-driven legal obligations, contracts, and the current cyber-security and privacy threat environment, against the backdrop of significant developments in litigation AND statutory and regulatory regimes, together with key components of incident response and preparedness plans and procedures, and the IMPORTANT role of insurance in enterprise risk management, including recent trends and how to obtain best-in-class insurance coverage.

Great Room

Moderator
Andrew Guzman, VP & CTO - Americas, HCL Technologies

Panelist
Robert Gdovic, AVP/Director, Data Centers & Telecom, Federated Investors, Inc.

Panelist
Mark Ohlund, CIO & SVP IT, Armada Group

Panelist
Philip Savino, CTO, Parking Authority of Pittsburgh


Rapidly evolving environmental, societal and technological conditions are shifting enterprise demands across industries. To get ahead of the curve, the enterprise has to undergo a step-wise journey from “classic” legacy infrastructure to the adoption of a next gen infrastructure roadmap that:
  • Shifts focus from optimization, to agile, to zero infrastructure
  • Exists in an elastic, cloud-based environment
  • Focuses entirely on business outcomes
  • Rapidly responds to market drivers from a portfolio of managed services
Familiarize yourself with what the world’s most complex organizations are doing to become digitally-ready and agile.

MSA Auditorium

Presenter
Joe Tucker, Sr. System Engineer, Tintri


Enterprise organizations are discovering they still need to build On Premises private clouds, but are still struggling with how to deliver them. While some applications are best suited to public cloud, others still need to remain in the enterprise private cloud. In this session, we will explore strategies to deliver those public cloud concepts while maintaining on premises control, with a practical approach focused on Assessment, Architecture, Automation, Analyze and Scale. Tintri is leading the way with building enterprise clouds with our cutting-edge capabilities and automation.

Great Room

Our Advisory Council will be hosting focused topics and networking opportunities around relevant topics requested by our audience.

Great Room

Presenter
Skip Shelly, Associate Teaching Professor & MHCI Faculty Director, Carnegie Mellon University


The popularity of conversational user interfaces is driven by changes in technology, business strategy and user expectations. The maturation of machine learning (ML) and natural language processing (NLP) coincides with users’ increasing appetite for ubiquitous access to services and products using the industrial strength computers that rarely leave their pockets. Mobile enabled bursts of tactical interactions and the repeated use using text messaging and chat changed the rhythm of our interactions. In May 2017 Google declares that more than half of their search are conducted on mobile. User experience on our pocket computers is different than tablets, laptops and desktops. When the screen disappears we can get only one thing—conversational user interface. Conversational user interface is expected to grow even faster than the adoption of mobile.

But how should business use conversation as a design material to create value?

Conversational user interfaces are different than previous audio modality interfaces such as Interactive Voice Response (IVR). They are fluent in the natural, human language enable users to free their users hands to perform other tasks and/or move while asking questions of digital assistants, searching the internet and getting weather updates. Unlike the IVR, users determine where interactions start. No more listening to a long list of menu options that end with, “for all other inquiries press zero.” The users’ language becomes an interface that is highly usable and has already been learned. Conversation is a means for B2C, B2B and B2E businesses to gain advantage throughout the user experience lifecycle. As with the advent of mobile in 2007, and the internet in 1997, business is highly interested but also challenged to design with (another) new technology.

In this session we will learn about:
  • The capabilities and limitations of user interactions in the audio modality such as the auditory loop and error recovery
  • Circumstances lend themselves to creation of business value with conversational user interfaces (CUI)
  • A framework for designing conversational user interfaces including the concepts goal, intent, utterance, context and session   
An assignment given in the Interaction Design Studio course at Master of Human Computer Interaction (MHCI) at Carnegie Mellon University will serve as the basis for this session.

MSA Auditorium

Presenter
Adrienne Hume, Cyber Security Account Executive, Darktrace


From insiders to sophisticated external attackers, the reality of cyber security today is that the threat is already inside. Legacy approaches to cyber security, which rely on knowledge of past attacks, are simply not sufficient to combat new, evolving attacks, and no human cyber analyst can watch so much or react quickly enough. A fundamentally new approach to cyber defense is needed to detect and respond to these threats that are already inside the network - before they turn into a full-blown crisis.

Self-learning systems represent a fundamental step-change in automated cyber defense, are relied upon by organizations around the world, and can cover up to millions of devices. Based on machine learning and probabilistic mathematics, these new approaches to security can establish a highly accurate understanding of normal behavior by learning an organization’s ‘pattern of life,’. They can therefore spot abnormal activity as it emerges and even take precise, measured actions to automatically curb the threat.

Discover why autonomous response and machine learning is the future of defense and how the ‘immune system’ approach to cyber security provides complete network visibility and the ability to prioritize threats in order to better allocate time and resources.

In this session, learn:
  • How new machine learning and mathematics are automating advanced cyber defense
  • Why full network visibility allows you to detect and autonomously respond to threats
  • How smart prioritization and visualization of threats allows for better resource allocation and lower risk
  • Real-world examples of unknown threats detected by ‘immune system’ technology

Great Room

Moderator
Bruno Mastroianni, CIO, Center for Organ Recovery & Education

Panelist
Ed Cutone, CTO, Ronati

Panelist
PN Narayanan, Deputy Treasurer & CIO, PA Treasury

Panelist
David Thompson, CIO, Software Engineering Institute (SEI), CMU


Corporations are designed to work with sustaining technologies but this isn’t always the case in today’s business world.  Sooner or later along comes a ground-breaking change and a disruptive technology shakes everything up. How do innovative CIOs recognize when there is an opportunity to take advantage of the change to have future success? They must collect data and retrace each step in order to focus on the value risk and impact this new technology will have. It is critical for technology leaders to understand which technologies will matter and which ones won’t and prepare accordingly. This panel will detail CIOs case studies of success and failure due to adopting disruptive technologies.

MSA Auditorium

Moderator
Stacey Fedorka, CIO & VP IT, ERIKS North America

Panelist
David DiLeo, CIO, Industrial Scientific Corp.

Panelist
Eric Piersol, VP IT & CIO, TMS International, LLC


What exactly is the "Internet of Things (IoT)"? It is basically a network of connected devices, whether they be connected to each other or to a central brain. IoT opens the door to many opportunities but also brings about challenges, the biggest being security! How is your company bringing IoT into the workplace while also protecting itself at the same time? Another challenge is the amount of data these devices are creating; What are you doing to store all this data? What opportunities and challenges are you facing and how are you dealing with them?

Great Room

Presenter
Vincent Theriault, Co-Founder & Co-CEO, Surmesur Custom Menswear


Surmesur takes its award-winning omni-channel experience to the next level by introducing customizable augmented reality to the retail floor. With AR-equipped tablets, the made-to-measure menswear retailer has effectively put total creative control in the hands of their clients, empowering them to create their custom clothing from collar to cuffs in an interactive 3D environment.
  • Hear how Surmesur has combined the art of traditional tailoring with ever-evolving technological innovation to provide the ultimate in-store experience.
  • Learn the strategy and the challenges behind developing an in-store application that pushes AR technology further than it’s ever gone in retail.
  • Gain key insights into the entrepreneurial vision of two brothers who have built Surmesur from a basement start-up to a retail leader with 14 locations across North America in just six years.

Great Room

Presenter
Paul Spradley Ed.D., Director, Center for Student Success, Robert Morris University


While predictive analytics is not new, professionals around the globe are grappling with ways to merge big data with improved customer service.  Robert Morris University has recently implemented both mobile technology and predictive analytics to drive improved customer service, student success, and to propel strategic insight and planning. In the keynote address, the presenters will demonstrate why RMU is seeking the win-win for students and the region by blending high tech and high touch.
Welcome to the Pittsburgh CIO Forum exclusive networking reception. We welcome you to enjoy complimentary beverages and hors d’oeuvres in a relaxed setting. This is the perfect opportunity to network with your peers and some of the prominent speakers from the day’s agenda.Stay, chat, and enjoy yourself!

Admittance by Conference Badge Only.

Great Room

Presenter
Carl Wellington, Perception Lead, Self-Driving Cars, UBER


Self-driving cars have the opportunity to save lives, reduce transportation costs, improve the environment, give people back their time, and change how cities operate. But the full impact will be much larger over time, as innovators in other industries create new opportunities built on top of this transportation platform. The ability to quickly and cheaply move people and things will enable businesses that we haven't even considered, just as we have seen with the Internet and our ability to quickly and cheaply move information. In this talk, I will describe the technology used for self-driving cars as well as some of the opportunities it creates.

Great Room

Presenter
Summer Fowler, Technical Director, Cybersecurity Risk and Resilience, Carnegie Mellon University


"Tech Bro" is out of style! The news is awash with stories about the lack of diversity and inclusivity in the tech world, and there is no doubt that a diverse workforce leads to increased productivity and happier employees. This talk proposes a list of simple-to-execute tips on what you can do today in your organization to establish and cultivate a culture that is both diverse and inclusive. 

MSA Auditorium

Presenter
Rachel Chung, Director of Business Programs, Chatham University


Big data skills are in high demand. How can organizations work with educational institutions to develop the human resource pipeline? We will review leading frameworks of data science education, and discuss what your organization can do to help close the skills gap and to cultivate big data literacy at all organizational levels.

Great Room

Moderator
Charles Bartel, AVP & CIO, Duquesne University

Panelist
George Appley, SVP Technology Group, Concurrent Technologies Corporation

Panelist
Keith Haugh, VP of IT, Interpace Diagnostics

Panelist
Chris Radi, VP IT, Foundation Radiology Group


Technology is changing and growing at an incredible pace. It seems like only yesterday that we were marveling at smartphones, and now we’re asking how we can use artificial intelligence in our daily lives. As such, organizations and groups have to adapt at an equally fast rate, determining which of the plethora of new technology should be incorporated into the business, and which will be a waste of resources. In this panel discussion, education, government, and commercial leaders will share their viewpoints on what technology should be implemented in the next 5 years, and how their current technology is changing.

MSA Auditorium

Presenter
Doug Smith, Interim CIO, Cleveland Clinic


The Cleveland Clinic is in the process of working on a transformation project that includes simultaneously modernizing and transforming IT functions. The mission to create the next generation, world-class IT organization with greater efficiencies and new innovations. The key functions in scope include organization, governance, strategic partnerships, application optimization, vendor management, project management, infrastructure optimization, enterprise architecture, and security. Cleveland Clinic’s transformation story would have appeal to the Healthcare and broader IT leader audience across all verticals. Key components of the modernization program included:
  • Achieving transformation while accelerating the speed of IT
  • Creating an environment of transparency with the business to drive collaboration
  • Setting the foundation for digital transformation

Great Room


Dave Coughanour, Director of Security, K&L Gates


Tom Dugas, Director Information Security, Duquesne University


Dr. Trebor Evans, SVP & CISO, Dollar Bank


John Hudson, Practice Director Cyber Security, Plus Consulting


Michael Yates, Director Global Information Security, Ansys, Inc.


The Pittsburgh Region plays a vital role in information security on a global scale. Our universities help bring new research and companies to the area, our Attorney General has led the effort to prosecute cyber-criminals internationally. Our businesses in the areas of technology services, banking, law, medicine, and engineering are seen as leaders worldwide and are often looked to as examples due to their advancements in technology. Our fireside chat will let you hear from a panel of industry experts in information security and how our regional organizations are addressing this enormous challenge. We’ll be discussing what is critical for our organizations to address with information security, how we measure information security, what our Boards’ and Executives’ expect from us, and how we continue to develop and obtain the talent we need to combat this serious topic.
Iron Mountain

Iron Mountain will be hosting a Data Center Tour of their facility, beginning at 2:00 pm.

To RSVP, please contact Brian Scharbrough.

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Advisory Council

  •  George Appley

    George Appley

    Concurrent Technologies Corporation

    SVP Technology Group

  •  Eric Aulbach

    Eric Aulbach

    Armstrong Group of Companies

    VP & CIO

  •  Charles Bartel

    Charles Bartel

    Duquesne University

    AVP & CIO

  •  Ronald Beckman

    Ronald Beckman

    Black Box Network Services

    VP & CIO

  •  Cheryl Begandy

    Cheryl Begandy

    Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

    Director Education, Outreach & Training

  •  Sandra Brandon

    Sandra Brandon

    University of Pittsburgh

    Director Infrastructure

  •  Steven Bugajaski

    Steven Bugajaski

    United States Steel

    General Manager Global IT

  •  Kevin Ceraso

    Kevin Ceraso

    Allegheny Technologies

    VP IT

  •  Anju Chopra

    Anju Chopra

    Tiversa

    CIO

  •  John Conte

    John Conte

    WESCO Distribution, Inc.

    VP Information Systems

  •  Winford Craig

    Winford Craig

    Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh

    Director IT

  •  Ed Cutone

    Ed Cutone

    Ronati

    CTO

  •  Joe DeMarino

    Joe DeMarino

    The Techs, A Division of Steel Dynamics, Inc.

    IT Manager

  •  Vince DiStasi

    Vince DiStasi

    Grove City College

    VP & CIO

  •  Tom Dugas

    Tom Dugas

    Duquesne University

    Director Information Security

  •  Stacey Fedorka

    Stacey Fedorka

    ERIKS North America

    CIO & VP IT

  •  George Guentner

    George Guentner

    Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

    AVP IT

  •  Steve Hanna

    Steve Hanna

    Kennametal

    Former VP & CIO

  •  Vince Humes

    Vince Humes

    Northwest Tri-County Intermediate Unit

    Director Innovative Technology Solutions

  •  Mark Husnick

    Mark Husnick

    Arconic

    CIO

  •  Paul Kaminski

    Paul Kaminski

    Carrnegie Mellon University

    Manager of Telecommunications

  •  Mike Kronenwetter

    Mike Kronenwetter

    PNC Bank

    SVP, Bank Operations Technology

  •  Tony Lalli

    Tony Lalli

    BNY Mellon

    Solutions Architect

  •  Chris Leatherow

    Chris Leatherow

    Mars Area School District

    CTO

  •  Michael Martino

    Michael Martino

    Mylan Pharmaceuticals

    Head of IT Operations

  •  Bruno Mastroianni

    Bruno Mastroianni

    Center for Organ Recovery & Education

    CIO

  •  Jim McEvoy

    Jim McEvoy

    II-VI Incorporated

    VP IT

  •  Mark Miko

    Mark Miko

    Duquesne Light Company

    CIO

  •  John Miller

    John Miller

    Real-CIO

    Founder & CIO

  •  Steve Morrison

    Steve Morrison

    Pittsburgh Sports & Exhibition Center

    CIO

  •  Philip Morrissette

    Philip Morrissette

    Matthews International

    Director of IT

  •  Mark Ohlund

    Mark Ohlund

    Armada Group

    CIO & SVP IT

  •  Ron Reyer Jr.

    Ron Reyer Jr.

    Bethel Park School District

    Director of Technology

  •  David Ridilla

    David Ridilla

    Westmoreland County

    CIO

  •  Glenn Roos

    Glenn Roos

    Dollar Bank

    Former SVP IT

  •  George Rosato

    George Rosato

    CONSOL Energy, Inc.

    VP IT

  •  Mark Shozda

    Mark Shozda

    First National Bank

    SVP & CTO

  •  Manish Sinha

    Manish Sinha

    ANSYS, Inc.

    CIO

  •  Steve Smith

    Steve Smith

    Greater Pittsburgh CIO Group

    Managing Partner

  •  Jack Smith

    Jack Smith

    Federated Investors

    CIO

  •  Ken Sochats

    Ken Sochats

    SciencEngines

    President & CEO

  •  Ken Spangler

    Ken Spangler

    FedEx Ground

    CIO

  •  Jay Srini

    Jay Srini

    SCS Ventures

    Chief Strategist

  •  Dennis Strom

    Dennis Strom

    Siemens Healthineers

    Sr. Director IT

  •  Scott Sullivan

    Scott Sullivan

    PITT OHIO

    CIO & CFO

  •  Markus Weber

    Markus Weber

    MSA - The Safety Company

    VP & CIO

  •  Christopher Willis

    Christopher Willis

    Shaft Drillers International

    Corporate Director HR & IT

  •  Patrick Worms

    Patrick Worms

    Carmeuse

    Group CIO

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