The Future of Work and Talent – Productivity & User Experience

March 11, 2021


5:30 PM EST

09:30 PM GMT, 05:30 PM SAST

45 Minutes

Comprehensive Session

Explore how the industry is responding to the challenge

A recent survey conducted by a large analyst firm, of 317 CFOs and finance leaders have revealed that 47% of respondents are going to move at least 10% of their on-site employees to permanent remote positions. A further 74% of them will move at least 5% of their previously on-site workforce to permanently remote positions. Overall the survey has shown that 48% of employees were likely to work at least part of the time after COVID-19 remotely.

Remote working didn’t start with COVID-19, but the pandemic has greatly accelerated the trend and has caused business leaders to rethink how and where work should be performed. Companies have already responded to the immediate crisis of enabling large segments of their workforce to work remotely. Moving forward, CIOs will need to develop long-term strategies for supporting a workforce that includes a much higher percentage of employees working from home on either a part-time or full-time basis.

Come join us for an interesting conversation on “The Future of Work and Talent – Productivity & User Experience” with Sibusiso Shabangu, the CIO and Head of End User Experience, ABSA Group, and Sujoy Chatterjee – VP Infrastructure Services, ITC Infotech.


The Host

Sujoy Chatterjee

VP Infrastructure Services, ITC Infotech.

Sujoy Chatterjee is the Vice President at ITC INFOTECH. In his current role he is responsible to incubate new technology, alliances and build solutions in the IT Infrastructure space. He drives End User Computing services to global customers.

With his 25+ years of IT Industry experience, he helps organizations to re-look at the way the end user services are delivered and to transform these services to a user experience led delivery.

The Panelist

Sibusiso Shabangu

Head of End User Experience, ABSA Group

With 13+ years of IT experience, Sibusiso is the CIO at Absa bank. He currently manages various IT platforms that include Citrix, VIP, TechBar, Service Desk, Field Services & Engineering, etc. Before this role, he worked with T-Systems for 8 years as their Head of Partner Management & End User Computing. He was responsible for finance, strategy, business development, HR, Operations.

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