Webinar: Unlocking efficient and productive growth in mining, at pace

Thursday 9 December, 3:00pm – 3:45pm AEDT

Join Austmine and Salesforce for an exclusive conversation about digital transformation with Craig Walker, former chief information officer (CIO) of Shell.

With 30+ years of global business experience, Craig understands the modern challenges of a CIO.

He will explore the impact of digital innovation in the mining industry and how it is transforming the way organisations operate, reflecting on how he unlocked efficiency, gained productivity and minimised risk on a global scale.

Craig will also explore the opportunity to mine your data, providing insights into how to extract value and operationalise your data properly, to avoid leaving value on the table.

This is a chance to explore and discuss recent innovations and technological developments that Salesforce can offer, focusing on changing the workforce, artificial intelligence & connectivity, and digital transformation.

Registration:

This webinar is free to attend. Login to the self-service portal to register. For assistance, please contact membership@austmine.com.au.

 

Craig Walker – Salesforce senior vice president and strategic advisor in the office of chief executive officer.

Craig joined Salesforce from Shell where he has 32 years of oil & gas experience with key assignments in all regions, and in both upstream and downstream.

As a global CIO of one of Salesforce’s largest customers, he has a deep understanding of the challenges that face a modern CIO.

At Shell, he was responsible for the Salesforce executive relationship, and he trailblazed the setup of a global internal Salesforce Centre of Competence with 200+ people to drive the adoption and phenomenal growth of Salesforce solutions within all areas of Shell’s businesses, while significantly reducing IT operating costs.

Craig spent the last 15 years as a global CIO transforming the trading, supply, and downstream businesses (trading and supply, shipping, manufacturing, chemicals, B2B, and B2C).

Craig also served for six years as an associate partner in KPMG Consulting.

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