Through exclusive interviews, Fortune 500 CIOs and CTOs share how innovations in technology are changing the workflows and products of enterprise organizations. Each episode goes under the surface to explore how technology is being deployed at scale.
The guests on Enterprise Software Innovators come from a range of industries, offering insightful perspectives on how they innovate at scale.
"I ended up getting a short .com domain. And I bought it for $5,000 and the CFO was furious because what possible use would there ever be for the Internet."
“I've seen what a startup kind of mindset can do. And the energy and the passion a startup company has is invaluable. When the company gets too big and gets away from that startup mindset is when trouble begins.”
“What we were facing was an existential crisis... the risk mitigation switched into failure mitigation. We had to take risks to avoid failure…People tend to be risk averse, but really they should focus on being failure adverse."
“We are codifying that using AI to generate treatment plans that the doctors can then modify real time…For us, technology has been at the heart of everything we do. We are also helping the doctors transform their practices, using digital tools.”
“At the time CIOs were embracing cloud, not at the pace they are today. And so a big part of my responsibility was dispelling the myths that you can't put your HR data in the cloud."
"Every aspect of how we run our business has an implication machine learning could improve...there is a big opportunity as we mature both the machine learning as well as base automation in the system."
On the 19th episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Tom Cullen, CIO of Corsair, joins the show to share how Driscoll's leveraged blockchain for food traceability, Corsair's utilization of data to enhance custom gaming configurations, and best practices for partnering with startups.
On the 18th episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Akash Khurana, EVP & CIO of Wesco International joins the show to share his insights on digital transformation, the role of data in optimizing customer experience, and how Wesco is using AI to transform the business.
On the 17th episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Diane Jurgens, CIO of The Walt Disney Company joins the show to share how Disney uses technology to create magical experiences for their guests, next-generation innovations that are reimagining film production, and her best practices for building a culture of innovation.
On the 16th episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Sigal Zarmi, former International CIO & Head of Transformation at Morgan Stanley joins the show to discuss how data in the cloud has helped transform customer experiences, her perspective on building a culture of innovation, and best practices for partnering with startups.
On the 15th episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Sanjay Srivastava, Chief Digital Officer at Genpact joins the show to discuss how companies can drive true digital transformation and his view on the incredible potential of AI.
On the 14th episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Alvina Antar, Chief Information Officer at Okta joins the show to discuss the importance of decentralizing data and how product-led technology organizations can have the biggest impact.
On the 13th episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Bashir Agboola, Chief Technology Officer at Hospital for Special Surgery joins the show to discuss his perspective on digital transformation, next-generation technologies HSS is deploying to improve patient outcomes, and upcoming step changes to healthcare.
On the 12th episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Bijoy Sagar, Chief Information Technology and Digital Transformation Officer at Bayer joins the show to discuss exciting technology innovations in agriculture and biotechnology that are positively impacting billions of people.
On the 11th episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Mel Crocker, Chief Information Officer at Air Canada, joins the show to discuss how technology deployment enhances the customer experience and his insights on AI, data, and the future of air travel.
On the 10th episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Scott Howitt, Chief Digital Officer at UKG, joins the show to discuss how CIOs and CDOs can become chief bridge builders within organizations to optimize business outcomes, create a culture of innovation, and evaluate startups to form great partnerships.
On the ninth episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Vish Narendra, CIO & SVP, Global Business Services of Graphic Packaging International, joins the show for a conversation about exciting technologies being deployed at GPI and how CIOs can embrace innovation to drive sustainable digital transformation in the enterprise.
On the eighth episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Gary Reiner, former CIO of General Electric and current operating partner at General Atlantic joins the show to share his perspective on why he believes the best business process wins, his take on packaged software solutions, and the meaning behind “lean before digitize”.
On the seventh episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Diana McKenzie, former CIO at Workday joins the show to share her views on the positive impacts of being a customer-facing CIO and the technologies she sees driving real innovation in the biotech industry.
On the sixth episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Ravi Malick, Global CIO joins the show to share his view on how large enterprises can best partner with startups to lead new technological initiatives, the importance of operational, back office innovations for CIOs, and the best way to build successful leadership teams.
On the fifth episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Anuj Dhanda, CIO of Albertsons Companies joins the show to discuss how Albertsons handled the beginning of the pandemic and the exciting technology innovations happening in the grocery industry.
On the fourth episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Sreelakshmi Kolli, CDO of Align Technology joins the show to discuss data decentralization and the next generation technologies Align is using to improve patient outcomes.
On the third episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Jay Dominick, CIO of Princeton University joins the show to discuss the technological hurdles Princeton faced when the pandemic started, the benefits of partnering with startups, and why being too risk averse can lead to failure.
On the second episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Shamim Mohammad, Executive Vice President, Chief Information & Technology Officer of CarMax joins the show to describe the digital transformation CarMax underwent in order to provide customers a more seamless and optimized experience.
On the first episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, Michael Keithley, CIO of United Talent Agency joins the show for a conversation about how to best utilize technology in the entertainment industry.
Enterprise Software Innovators features exclusive conversations with the world's best technology executives, who share their unique perspectives to help you learn from their experience. Enterprise software entrepreneurs Evan Reiser and Saam Motamedi go below the surface to examine how disruptive and innovative technologies are deployed at scale within enterprise organizations.
Evan is an experienced technology leader and serial entrepreneur. Most recently, he co-founded Abnormal Security, a cloud email security company that protects Fortune 1000 companies from targeted attacks. Prior to Abnormal, he most recently led product and machine learning teams at Twitter.