CIO San Francisco Summit | September 18, 2018 | San Francisco, CA, USA


Featured Past and Present Attendees

Sachin Kundra View details

CIO and VP Information Technology

Chevron FCU

Bill Burke View details

Chief Enterprise Architect


Prasad Ramakrishnan View details

Chief Information Officer

Veeva Systems

Faye Sahai View details

Global Head of Technology Innovation


Milo Sprague View details


Silicon Valley Bank

Prashant Nema View details


Arch Mortgage Insurance Company

Mark Chequer View details


CSE Insurance Group

Anil Earla View details

Chief Data & Analytics Officer, Global Information Security


Erik Molitor View details

Chief Information Officer

Bio-Rad Laboratories

Jim Lee View details


Pacific Specialty

Inderpal Bhandari View details

Senior Vice President & Chief Data Officer

Cambia Health Solutions

Igor Cherny View details

VP, Silicon Valley Operations

Home Depot

Arpad Hevizi View details

Senior Vice President & CIO


Aaron Gette View details


The Bay Club Company

John Curcio View details

Chief Commercial Officer

Cupertino Electric, Inc

Mike Knibbs


Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau

Pirooz Parvarandeh View details

Chief Technology Officer

Maxim Integrated Products

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Here's what our past attendees had to say:

The format is better (than other events) because it's an opportunity to have a one-on-one conversation. I was able to get a few leads from those meetings!

Regional Sales Director, Rimini Street

Outstanding. Many senior, smart people each of whom contributed to discussion.

Global CMO & Vice-President Strategy, Huawei

Was my first CIO Meeting, and I really enjoyed. Most of the speakers were very interesting, and the best part beside the new contacts and friends, was the 30 min sessions, because they had the right length so you cant get bored.

CIO Latin America

My most valuable take away was by far the relationships and I'll say friendships that I developed, not only with other CIOs but frankly with the vendors who attended. I especially was surprised by the benefit of getting to know some of the vendors in a way that other formats had not allowed. It is much easier to develop partnerships following an event like this.


I've already had follow up discussions with a couple of the vendors I met and I see promise for future business. The meetings were the perfect length of time and I learned a lot about some vendors I thought I knew. I was impressed by the event, it was very well organized and executed.