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🎟️ Get Your Tix NOW! State of the CIO LIVE! – Mar 3

🎟️ Get Your Tix NOW! State of the CIO LIVE! – Mar 3

Join us Thursday, March 3, 2022, at the Signature Grand, Davie for the 16th Annual State of the CIO LIVE!

We are thrilled to announce our Keynote Speaker R “Ray” Wang, of Constellation Research, a Silicon Valley Based Analyst Firm.

Sponsorship opportunities start at just $1,750. Participating in the State of the CIO is more affordable than ever and represents high ROI for any company desiring to promote their product or service to local and regional CIOs and tech leaders.

This event SELLS OUT FAST! Get a sponsorship package today before they’re all gone! https://ciocouncilsouthflorida.org/scio-2022/

Good to know – Your sponsorship dollars contribute directly to the success of the CIO Council Scholarship Fund which to date has awarded over 50 scholarships to deserving young students in the Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties.

About Ray Wang

R “Ray” Wang (pronounced WAHNG) is the Principal Analyst, Founder, and Chairman of Silicon Valley-based Constellation Research, Inc. Ray’s the co-host and co-founder of the widely watched DisrupTV, a weekly enterprise tech, and leadership webcast. He’s the author of the popular business strategy and technology blog “A Software Insider’s Point of View”. Wang has held executive roles in product, marketing, strategy, and consulting at institutions such as Forrester Research, Oracle, PeopleSoft, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, and Johns Hopkins Hospital. His best-selling book, Disrupting Digital Business, published by Harvard Business Review Press provides insights on why 52% of the Fortune 500 have been merged, acquired, gone bankrupt, or fallen off the list since 2000.

Ray’s complete bio

⛳ Tech Hub TEE OFF 2022 – Jan 27

⛳ Tech Hub TEE OFF 2022 – Jan 27

Join TECH HUB Thu, January 27, for a fun night out with golf to kick off the 2022 year!

About this event

Presented by Crown Castle, this year’s Tech Hub TEE OFF ⛳ is our 3rd annual event to thank our members for their support and show you just how your membership dollars are being used.

Learn about our mission, vision, and what we have accomplished to date, as well as, what’s planned for 2022 and beyond. Find out how you can get more involved and help us continue Building South Florida’s Tech Hub!

This members-only golf outing will include food, drinks, a special presentation, a guest speaker, and, of course, a game of golf in the hi-tech Top Golf Miami Gardens. You don’t want to miss this one!

🚶🚶‍♀️ Try this free antidote to the Great Resignation

🚶🚶‍♀️ Try this free antidote to the Great Resignation

Without it, employees may be twice as likely to leave.

Companies have been grappling with internal transparency for decades. How much visibility should employees be given regarding key developments and decisions impacting them and the business? And how much input should leaders solicit from employees on these issues?

After nearly two years of unprecedented disruption and uncertainty—and the ongoing Great Resignation—transparency at work has never been more critical. It’s essential to bring challenges and opportunities to the forefront and to instill trust in the leadership and direction of an organization. Perhaps most importantly, according to Future Forum’s Pulse survey, it’s also key to retaining talent. In companies where leaders are not perceived to be transparent, twice as many employees are likely or very likely to leave

All told, according to our research, two-thirds of companies are not engaging employees in planning around the future of work.

The question of whether employees will be required to return to the office and how often has brought the issue of transparency in the workplace to a head. Executives across industries acknowledge that employees want flexibility, but they also admit that there’s a disconnect between themselves and employees on how to move forward. All told, according to our research, two-thirds of companies are not engaging employees in planning around the future of work. And when we have conversations with external executives on this topic, we often hear things like, “Our employees aren’t listening to us” or “They are over-surveyed” or “If we give them an opportunity to voice what they want, we will then have to give it to them” or “We shouldn’t communicate until we have the answers.”

Read the complete Fast Company article BY BRIAN ELLIOT AND DEBBIE LOVICH: https://www.fastcompany.com/90711332/the-great-resignation-antidote-that-costs-companies-nothing

👍 Apply to our Top Job Pick: Financial Technologist / Azure DevOps Business Analyst

👍 Apply to our Top Job Pick: Financial Technologist / Azure DevOps Business Analyst

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Join a global digital infrastructure, property, and investment management firm, help power the world closer together.

They are uniquely positioned to capitalize on investment opportunities in the four key segments of digital Infrastructure – cell networks, data centers, macro cell towers, and fiber networks.

These four segments of mobile and internet infrastructure play an important role in the way people and businesses communicate, share information, and consumer content, focusing their investment efforts in these areas, diversifying across the digital infrastructure landscape, and leveraging the expertise honed over the last two decades in the space.

We are looking for Financial Technologist / Azure DevOps Business Analyst opportunity candidate with experience administering and building reports with Anaplan, Microsoft Power Apps such as Power BI, and building ETL integrations.

The Financial Technologist / Azure DevOps Business Analyst opportunity candidate will have a well-balanced understanding of technology concepts and administration with an emphasis on business side knowledge in the financial sector and a desire to learn and administer new technologies to create reporting and Business Intelligence solutions in a diverse and evolving environment.  Additionally, the candidate should have experience with administering ETL tools, building reports, and data integrations between disparate systems.

Responsibilities

  • Interfaces with end users, partners with business leaders to resolve technical issues, and appropriately escalate tickets to Anaplan Hypercare when required.
  • Understanding of vendor integrations interfaces to Anaplan such as OneCloud.
  • Tracking support work in helpdesk ticketing system in compliance with established IT policies..
  • Keep abreast of Anaplan technical developments that are of operational importance to the company.

Qualifications

  • 3 – 4 years of experience administering integration solutions and ETL tools.
  • 4 – 6 years of experience in a DevOps capacity interacting with business users and building value added solutions within the financial sector.
  • Candidate should have expertise in the integration of ERP, business intelligence and reporting solutions in alignment with goals of achieving robust/automated flow of information in support of efficient business processes in the commercial Real Estate industry
  • Required core competencies: Administration, ETL solution integrations, Microsoft Office suite and Power Apps such as Power BI, experience working with large data sets
  • Preferable experience using OneCloud integration Software and Azure Data Factory.
  • General experience with Microsoft Teams, SharePoint. MS Azure concepts.
  • Candidate should have experience working with end-users to analyze and understand business requirements as part of the design and implementation of new technology solutions
  • Candidate should have experience working with outside vendors and consultants to integrate new technology solutions
  • Experience with Yardi, Tableau, Salesforce, Power BI, OneCloud, basic SQL experience, Excel functions and pivot tables for financial data

 Apply now or share with a friend. We love to share $500 candidate referral bonuses!

“U.S. Citizens and those authorized to work in the U.S. are encouraged to apply. We are unable to sponsor at this time.”