The Technology Business Management (TBM) Council has announced the formation of its Asia-Pacific chapter and appointed a Regional Advisory Board comprised of financial and technology executives from Australia and Singapore.
The TBM Council is a not-for-profit organization that promotes TBM standards and practices to empower collaboration between IT leaders and business partners.
Technology Business Management (TBM) is a value management framework used by CIOs, CTOs, CFOs and their teams to translate technology investments to business value, drive organizational alignment and accelerate data-driven decision-making.
The TBM Council APAC was formed to cultivate a regional community of technology and financial leaders who leverage data on cost, consumption, quality and performance to improve alignment and continuously optimize technology spend.
The new APAC Regional Advisory Board is co-chaired by Craig Wishart, CIO at KPMG Australia and Head of KPMG ASPAC Technology Services Group, and Gerard Florian, Group Executive, Technology at ANZ.
“The purpose of the TBM Council APAC will be to develop communities for collaboration, education and standards development,” said Wishart. “The priority is to establish a strategy community for TBM adoption. We will then turn our focus to vertical communities, and we will offer certification courses to senior IT leaders and finance managers to arm them with essential knowledge to drive business transformation within IT by running a successful TBM program.”Click below to share this article