Safe & Affordable IT Transformation in Government: A Guide

Safe & Affordable IT Transformation in Government: A Guide

 

Available On Demand
Duration 60min
Speakers
Cameron Jenkins
Executive Director
Dell
Cameron Jenkins
Cameron Jenkins serves as an executive director in the Application Modernization division of Dell Services. In this role he is responsible for sales operations and helping set the company’s strategic direction for application migration and modernization services. Additionally, Cameron establishes and manages alliances with platform, technology and service partners.

Prior to joining Dell, Cameron was COO and executive vice president of Clerity Solutions. Clerity was a leading global provider of application modernization and legacy system re-hosting solutions and software. Under his guidance, Clerity’s customer base grew to include clients in all major countries, including some of the largest financial services ISVs and Fortune-class end uses.

Cameron has been working in the open/distributed and legacy IT systems community for more than 22 years. He began his career in sales management at NCR/AT&T. He then held the position of Vice President of Marketing and Alliances at Acucorp and then as Senior Director of Marketing at Informix Software.
John Hibbard
Business Development
Dell
John Hibbard
John Hibbard is in business development within the Application Modernization division of Dell Services. With more than 20 years of experience in the IT industry focusing on helping customers transform from the status quo to an innovative organization, enabling business innovation and strategic alignment of IT. Most recently, assisting customers transform their legacy systems to an open/ distributed IT system. John was recently responsible for the marketing integration of two acquisitions (Clerity Solutions and Make Technologies) into Dell’s existing application modernization practice.

John’s experiences include marketing, sale and delivery to provide insights from each discipline. John earned his bachelor of business administration from Boise State.

Your IT budget is burdened by the ongoing care and feeding legacy mainframe and UNIX systems, which constrains your ability to innovate and meet future-ready agency reform requirements. How can you deliver enhanced strategic value while lowering costs and continuing to support ongoing operations?

Attend this webinar to learn:

  • Current IT and government trends
  • More about modernization drivers
  • How to transform legacy systems with minimal risk

Register for this webinar to learn about current application modernization projects and what you need to know.

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