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JUNE 6 - 7, 2018 | THE COSMOPOLITAN OF LAS VEGAS
Pre-Con Events: June 5 | Innovation Tech Tours: June 8

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CIO Roundtable

June 5 | 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm | The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Improving commercial real estate technology strategy education for well over a decade, the Realcomm CIO Roundtable has become the premiere annual event that attracts the best and brightest CIOs in the commercial real estate industry.

The roles and responsibilities of CIOs have expanded into other areas such as marketing, smart facilities, enhanced occupant experience, human resources, digital transformation and more. An important goal of the Roundtable is to be able to provide and foster an environment where CIOs can learn about the latest technologies, collaborate with peers and leverage knowledge in this fast-changing world.

Roundtable content is developed with the cooperation of our three co-chairmen in conjunction with the entire Advisory Council, resulting in programming that represents the most progressive, cutting-edge and relevant topics.

This highly focused event addresses issues including cyber, organizational alignment, new innovations, and IT strategy as well as a host of new topics identified each year.

Most importantly, this by-invitation event provides an annual opportunity to reset the benchmarks for IT related issues for the industry and provide an efficient distribution of information, which keeps Real Estate IT strategies current to mitigate risk and accelerate the adoption of new innovative technologies.

Co-Chairs

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Jesse Carrillo Hines
Jesse Carrillo SVP & CIO Jesse Carrillo is SVP and CIO for Hines. He is responsible for directing all corporate technology, strategy and standards for Hines worldwide. At Hine
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Jesse Carrillo
SVP & CIO
Hines
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Jesse Carrillo is SVP and CIO for Hines. He is responsible for directing all corporate technology, strategy and standards for Hines worldwide. At Hines since 1994, he previously assisted in the implementation of the firm's accounting and property management software, held the lead IT role in the Enterprise Resource Planning implementation, and led the application development team until taking over as the head of Information Technology in 2007.

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Chandra Dhandapani CBRE
Chandra Dhandapani Chief Digital & Technology Officer As Chief Digital & Technology Officer, Chandra Dhandapani is CBRE’s most-senior global technology leader, with responsibility for all aspects of the c
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Chandra Dhandapani
Chief Digital & Technology Officer
CBRE
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As Chief Digital & Technology Officer, Chandra Dhandapani is CBRE’s most-senior global technology leader, with responsibility for all aspects of the company’s technology and digital enablement, including those serving clients and CBRE professionals. Prior to joining CBRE, she was a senior technology executive at Capital One Financial for 17 years.

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Scott Zimmerman CenterPoint Properties
Scott Zimmerman CIO Scott Zimmerman has been CenterPoint’s CIO for over 20 years and is responsible for directing the IT Department and aligning the IT strategy with the
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Scott Zimmerman
CIO
CenterPoint Properties
LinkedIn

Scott Zimmerman has been CenterPoint’s CIO for over 20 years and is responsible for directing the IT Department and aligning the IT strategy with the company's objectives. He is also responsible for CenterPoint’s corporate marketing activities as well as their business process initiatives.

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SESSIONS

Welcome & Introductions
Date: 6/5/2018    Time: 1:00 pm - 1:10 pm    Location: Mont Royal 2
Over the last 50 years, the commercial real estate industry has refined its processes and adopted technology and innovation at a moderate pace. This change, for the most part, has had a certain cadence. Traditional practices were balanced with incremental change at a pace that the organization and its people, could absorb. Fast forward to today and the momentum has changed; the balance has been upset. The pace and scope of technological advancements is increasing at an accelerated rate, and it is poised to not only incrementally improve processes, but to fundamentally change them. With the new generation of tech such as Blockchain, AI, Immersive Reality and Autonomous Vehicles starting to emerge, that momentum will only increase. Our three conference chairs will lead a spirited discussion on how CIOs can survive and thrive in the Age of Acceleration.

Speaker:
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Howard Berger Realcomm
Howard Berger Managing Partner, Program Director Howard Berger has over 30 years ofexperience in technology and commercial/investment real estate. As Realcomm's Program Director, he manages its US an
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Howard Berger
Managing Partner, Program Director
Realcomm
LinkedIn

Howard Berger has over 30 years ofexperience in technology and commercial/investment real estate. As Realcomm's Program Director, he manages its US and international conferences and CIO programs. Previously, he was with The Jamesan Group, which specialized in strategic technology consulting for the commercial real estate industry and prior to that, he was with TRW Real Estate Information Systems where he developed real estate information systems for the mortgage, appraisal and title insurance industries.

CEO / CIO – A Relationship for True Digital Transformation
Date: 6/5/2018    Time: 1:15 pm - 1:45 pm    Location: Mont Royal 2
The role of CIO has evolved dramatically over the years. Setting up networks, maintaining servers, managing e-mail and building applications have given way to more strategic business responsibilities. Managing cloud platforms, integrating solutions and developing cyber strategies are all top of mind now. What is next for the modern CIO? Digital Transformation: redefining the entire information management strategy to align with the business, looking at every process and ultimately touching clients and customers in new ways. We will hear from CEO Jeff Edison and CIO Shaun Smith of Phillips Edison on what the IT relationship will be in this age of Digital Transformation.

Moderator:
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Jim Young Realcomm
Jim Young Co-Founder & CEO Founder of Realcomm Conference Group, an education organization that produces Realcomm, IBcon and CoRE Tech, the world's leading conferences on techno
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Jim Young
Co-Founder & CEO
Realcomm
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Founder of Realcomm Conference Group, an education organization that produces Realcomm, IBcon and CoRE Tech, the world's leading conferences on technology, automated business solutions, intelligent buildings and energy efficiency for the commercial and corporate real estate industry. As CEO, Jim interacts with some of the largest companies globally pertaining to some of the most advanced and progressive next generation real estate projects under development.

Speakers:
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Jeff Edison Phillips Edison & Co.
Jeff Edison Chairman & CEO Jeff Edison co-founded Phillips Edison & Company and has served as a principal since 1995. He currently serves as Chairman and CEO. Phillips Edison &
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Jeff Edison
Chairman & CEO
Phillips Edison & Co.
LinkedIn

Jeff Edison co-founded Phillips Edison & Company and has served as a principal since 1995. He currently serves as Chairman and CEO. Phillips Edison & Company is a real estate investment trust (REIT) and one of the nation’s largest owners and operators of market-leading, grocery-anchored shopping centers that jointly manages more than $1.7 billion of gross real estate investments

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Shaun Smith Phillips Edison & Co.
Shaun Smith SVP, CIO Shaun Smith joined Phillips Edison in 2014 as its CIO where he oversees the company's information technology environment to support the company's busi
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Shaun Smith
SVP, CIO
Phillips Edison & Co.

Shaun Smith joined Phillips Edison in 2014 as its CIO where he oversees the company's information technology environment to support the company's business strategy. Previously, he served as CIO for The Related Companies where he led a large team of technology staff in developing and implementing technology initiatives to support the company's overall goals and profitability.

CIO Breakout #1 – Retail
Date: 6/5/2018    Time: 1:55 pm - 2:35 pm    Location: Yaletown 1
Over the last few years, it has become apparent that the retail industry is undergoing a major transformation for both tenants and landlords. These are no longer small, tactical ‘at the edge’ changes but rather fundamental shifts as to how people shop, are entertained, dine-out, and reflect what they expect when they visit a retail property. Online shopping, the shift to social media for personal interaction, the need for ‘experiences’, the omni-channel requirement and the quest for good customer service are just some of the challenges facing todays retail industry and will be the foundational topics for this breakout.

Speakers:
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Annette Prater Brookfield Properties
Annette Prater Executive VP | Tech & Innovation Annette Prater, Executive Vice President, Technology & Innovation for Brookfield Properties' group has more than 20 years of experience in the real es
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Annette Prater
Executive VP | Tech & Innovation
Brookfield Properties

Annette Prater, Executive Vice President, Technology & Innovation for Brookfield Properties' group has more than 20 years of experience in the real estate industry. She joined the company in 2016 and is responsible for the strategy and execution of all technology capabilities across the company and its shopping centers.

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Tom Taddeo Kimco
Tom Taddeo SVP, CIO Thomas Taddeo is SVP, CIO at Kimco. He is responsible for the overall technology strategy, systems and infrastructure which support Kimco's global bus
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Tom Taddeo
SVP, CIO
Kimco

Thomas Taddeo is SVP, CIO at Kimco. He is responsible for the overall technology strategy, systems and infrastructure which support Kimco's global business operations. He also directs the implementation of enterprise initiatives that leverage technology to improve organizational efficiency and productivity. Prior to joining Kimco, Tom was a Senior Manager at Deloitte in their Real Estate Consulting Practice. He has a Bachelor of Science, Business Administration from Southern New Hampshire University.

CIO Breakout #1 – Office
Date: 6/5/2018    Time: 1:55 pm - 2:35 pm    Location: Yaletown 2
Although perhaps a few years behind the transformation changes taking place in retail, the office sector is now experiencing its own challenges. The 30-year mobile worker phenomenon has been accelerated by expanded technology and capabilities and the need to support flexible work styles. Models such as WeWork (which will see increased competition in the next 24 months) are setting the occupant experience bar very high. This breakout will not only focus on Space as a Service but will also discuss the realities of the new digital workplace and the overall compression of space due to efficiency gains.

Speakers:
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Robert Entin Vornado Realty Trust
Robert Entin EVP & CIO Robert Entin is currently EVP and CIO for Vornado Realty Trust, one of the nation's largest real estate investment trusts. Mr. Entin had founded Inte
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Robert Entin
EVP & CIO
Vornado Realty Trust
LinkedIn

Robert Entin is currently EVP and CIO for Vornado Realty Trust, one of the nation's largest real estate investment trusts. Mr. Entin had founded Integrated Business Systems, Inc. in 1979 combining technical engineering expertise with accounting and property management experience to provide turnkey technology solutions for the real estate industry. He currently serves as an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University where he teaches a master’s course in IT & The Real Estate Enterprise.

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Brandon Van Orden Cousins Properties
Brandon Van Orden SVP, CIO Brandon Van Orden is SVP & CIO for Cousins Properties Incorporated based in Atlanta. He is responsible for Cousins technical vision and all aspects o
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Brandon Van Orden
SVP, CIO
Cousins Properties

Brandon Van Orden is SVP & CIO for Cousins Properties Incorporated based in Atlanta. He is responsible for Cousins technical vision and all aspects of the Information Technology organization including people, strategy, development and operations. Prior to joining Cousins in 2016, Brandon was VP of Global Applications for Novelis and prior to that he was with GE Energy for 12 years where he held a number of IT leadership roles increasing in responsibility after he graduated from the GE Information Technology Leadership Program in 2003.

CIO Breakout #1 – Industrial
Date: 6/5/2018    Time: 1:55 pm - 2:35 pm    Location: Yaletown 3
One of the most important aspects of the industrial real estate sector is the ever-changing nature of the products supply chain. Just as online music and videos emptied warehouses of CDs and VHS tapes, an ever-increasing digital lifestyle will continue to change the types of products we deliver to customers and how we deliver them. Potential topic points for this breakout include: on-line shopping (the Amazon effect) and the fast-changing retail supply chain; autonomous delivery vehicles; 3D printing/manufacturing; delivery time expectations; increased tenant automation requirements and more.

Speakers:
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Boris Goldenberg GLP
Boris Goldenberg SVP, CIO Boris Goldenberg is currently CIO of GLP, one of the largest U.S. providers of industrial real estate with over 170 million square feet under manageme
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Boris Goldenberg
SVP, CIO
GLP

Boris Goldenberg is currently CIO of GLP, one of the largest U.S. providers of industrial real estate with over 170 million square feet under management. He is responsible for the management and direction of the company's IT operations, strategy and governance.

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Hal Pate IDI Logistics
Hal Pate VP, IS Hal is responsible for managing all of IDI's IT operations and helping to set strategies for business process improvement and the related application
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Hal Pate
VP, IS
IDI Logistics

Hal is responsible for managing all of IDI's IT operations and helping to set strategies for business process improvement and the related application of technology. Hal's real estate IT experience, prior to joining IDI in 2002, includes service with Realm, Jones Lang LaSalle/Compass Management and Leasing and Equitable Real Estate Investment Management. He holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science and an M.B.A. in Business Systems from the University of Georgia.

CIO Breakout #2 – Blockchain
Date: 6/5/2018    Time: 2:55 pm - 3:35 pm    Location: Yaletown 1
Blockchain stories continue to make their way into daily headlines. Industries such as logistics, banking, energy, retail, travel and more continue to envisage ways for this distributed, transparent and efficient platform to redefine their business processes. While the commercial real estate industry is not leading the way in this potentially disruptive technology, there is some headway being made. Title, smart contracts, leasing information and ownership interests are a few of the applications in the forefront. This breakout session will provide an intelligent discussion on Blockchain for Real Estate.

Speaker:
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Justin Segal Boxer Property, Stemmons Enterprise
Justin Segal President, Boxer Property; Founder Justin Segal is an operations executive and entrepreneur specializing in real estate investment and management, startups, and technology. He is the fo
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Justin Segal
President, Boxer Property; Founder
Boxer Property, Stemmons Enterprise
LinkedIn

Justin Segal is an operations executive and entrepreneur specializing in real estate investment and management, startups, and technology. He is the founder of Stemmons Enterprise, a universal operations platform that allows companies to operate with pervasive data and unparalleled agility. He often speaks on topics involving enterprise data, analytics, and user experience.

CIO Breakout #2 – Finding / Training and Maintaining IT Talent
Date: 6/5/2018    Time: 2:55 pm - 3:35 pm    Location: Yaletown 3
Developing a strong, consistent and stable IT team may be one of the biggest challenges for Commercial Real Estate IT Executives. A declining number of college grads with IT skills, competition from more aggressive industries, a growing level of technical requirements (Cyber, the IoT), increased responsibility and a decrease in employee longevity make it difficult to find, train and maintain a qualified team. This breakout session will focus on the strategies for sourcing technology talent, building strong internal teams as well as leveraging external options such as strategic vendor/partner relationships and outsourcing organizations.

Speakers:
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Sandy Jacolow Silverstein Properties
Sandy Jacolow CIO Sandy Jacolow joined Silverstein Properties in 2011 as Chief Information Officer, a role in which he oversees the technology initiatives that support
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Sandy Jacolow
CIO
Silverstein Properties
LinkedIn

Sandy Jacolow joined Silverstein Properties in 2011 as Chief Information Officer, a role in which he oversees the technology initiatives that support the company's financial, operations and development, including the World Trade Center, and Silver Suites activities. Sandy has been active in the real estate industry for nearly 35 years with a focus on the institutional advisory, property management and brokerage markets.

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Dale Johnston Regency Centers
Dale Johnston SVP, CIO
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Dale Johnston
SVP, CIO
Regency Centers
LinkedIn

Market Thought-Leaders Weigh In – Industry Insight from Leading Solution Providers
Date: 6/5/2018    Time: 3:45 pm - 4:05 pm    Location: Mont Royal 2
The majority of technological innovation in any industry comes from the solution providers and vendors. It is in their best interest to innovate, keeping their platforms current and relevant. They also have the benefit of interacting with hundreds of different clients, gathering perspective and insight along the way. At the end of the day, this ‘insider’s viewpoint’ gives them a unique advantage in understanding the market. With all the changes going on in our industry—hundreds of new tech companies, transformative technology platforms being introduced, traditional business models being challenged and clients trying to keep pace—the solution provider’s vantage point is invaluable. This session will bring together leading providers to share their thoughts on our industry.

Moderator:
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Julie Miner CohnReznick
Julie Miner Partner, RE Advisory Svcs Leader/Americas Julie Miner is a partner with CohnReznick who brings more than 18 years of professional experience and substantial knowledge of project management, di
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Julie Miner
Partner, RE Advisory Svcs Leader/Americas
CohnReznick

Julie Miner is a partner with CohnReznick who brings more than 18 years of professional experience and substantial knowledge of project management, discovery, analysis and design to create solutions that meet the real-world requirements of commercial real estate organizations. Julie is a recognized expert in system selection, optimization/design, and implementation, as well as in the relevant internal controls and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance within the real estate industry.

Speakers:
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Todd Huebsch Yardi
Todd Huebsch Industry Principal, Commercial
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Todd Huebsch
Industry Principal, Commercial
Yardi

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Walter Turney Altus Group
Walter Turney SVP, Enterprise Sales
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Walter Turney
SVP, Enterprise Sales
Altus Group

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Brandon Weber VTS
Brandon Weber Founder & CPO
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Brandon Weber
Founder & CPO
VTS

CIO Breakout #3 – AI / Machine Learning
Date: 6/5/2018    Time: 4:30 pm - 5:10 pm    Location: Yaletown 1
Media coverage surrounding AI and Machine Learning has increased tremendously. At the most basic level, Alexa and Siri are now able to recognize your voice and initiate actions. More complexly, advanced platforms can now replace high-paid knowledge workers and the real estate they require. If there was any one technology that has the potential for disruption, it is AI. While industries such as financial services and medical are accelerating their understanding and adoption of this technology, our industry is just getting started. This breakout will be about the opportunities and challenges of AI.

Speakers:
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Alina Lloyd QuadReal
Alina Lloyd VP, Digital Innovation Programs & Research Alina Lloyd is VP, Real Estate Strategy of QuadReal, an independent and privately held global real estate company with managed assets totaling more th
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Alina Lloyd
VP, Digital Innovation Programs & Research
QuadReal

Alina Lloyd is VP, Real Estate Strategy of QuadReal, an independent and privately held global real estate company with managed assets totaling more than $18 billion.

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Sunder Pappu Inland Real Estate Group
Sunder Pappu VP, Technology Sunder Pappu has more than 20 years of experience in the technology industry. He is currently the VP of Application Development & Program Management a
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Sunder Pappu
VP, Technology
Inland Real Estate Group

Sunder Pappu has more than 20 years of experience in the technology industry. He is currently the VP of Application Development & Program Management at Inland Computer Services. Prior to Inland, Sunder worked at JP Morgan Chase, Avanade and Deloitte Consulting, holding leadership positions in the areas of strategy consulting, project management and application delivery. Sunder obtained his Master's Degree from The University of Texas and has certifications in Business Process Management & Project Management.

CIO Breakout #3 – Occupant / Guest Experience
Date: 6/5/2018    Time: 4:30 pm - 5:10 pm    Location: Yaletown 2
Today, renting a desk for an hour is as easy as pushing a button. Adjusting the heat in your office, ordering coffee, reporting a water leak, signing up for a yoga class and checking on traffic for the end-of-day commute are just a few of the things that make up a ‘building experience’ app. The digital lifestyle of experience and convenience cannot end when you walk into a building. Owners, operators, property managers and solution providers are all racing to provide occupants with an engaging mobile app that brings the building to life. This breakout session will focus on enhancing the tenant experience with technology.

Speakers:
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Clint Osteen Granite Properties
Clint Osteen Sr. Director, IT Clint Osteen is Sr. Director of IT and is responsible for directing Granite’s information services and telecommunications across the portfolio. Prior
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Clint Osteen
Sr. Director, IT
Granite Properties
LinkedIn

Clint Osteen is Sr. Director of IT and is responsible for directing Granite’s information services and telecommunications across the portfolio. Prior to joining Granite, Clint spent 10 years in consulting, providing commercial real estate companies technology and business improvement services.

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Jim Whalen Boston Properties
Jim Whalen SVP, CIO/CTO Jim Whalen serves as SVP and CIO/CTO responsible for the direction and implementation of technology and applications at Boston Properties, a fully int
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Jim Whalen
SVP, CIO/CTO
Boston Properties
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Jim Whalen serves as SVP and CIO/CTO responsible for the direction and implementation of technology and applications at Boston Properties, a fully integrated real estate investment trust and one of the largest owners and developers of Class-A office properties in the United States. Over a 27-year IT career, Jim has supported real estate operations ranging from residential, construction, public housing, commercial office and retail.

CIO Breakout #3 – Design Thinking and Commercial Real Estate
Date: 6/5/2018    Time: 4:30 pm - 5:10 pm    Location: Yaletown 3
Design Thinking has rapidly been gaining traction as an approach to solve complex business challenges. Unlike analytical thinking, design thinking includes building up ideas with few or no limits or restrictions during a brainstorming process. Given that our industry has many formalized processes and engrained cultures, this is not always an easy task. This breakout session will be facilitated by some of the most successful real estate CIOs who have had success with this leading-edge and innovative approach.

Speakers:
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Hazel Mann Zetta Advisory
Hazel Mann Principal Advisor Hazel Mann is currently Manager, Strategic Business & Technology Intelligence at KBS Realty Advisors, one of the largest owners of Class A office spac
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Hazel Mann
Principal Advisor
Zetta Advisory

Hazel Mann is currently Manager, Strategic Business & Technology Intelligence at KBS Realty Advisors, one of the largest owners of Class A office space. Hazel is an investment management professional spearheading finance and technology solutions with experience in coordinating cross-functional teams (finance, IT, operations) to drive company-wide strategic initiatives.

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Bob Rybak Horizon Technology
Bob Rybak Principal Consultant
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Bob Rybak
Principal Consultant
Horizon Technology

The CIO Challenge – Navigating the Age of Acceleration
Date: 6/5/2018    Time: 5:20 pm - 5:55 pm    Location: Mont Royal 2
Over the last 50 years, the commercial real estate industry has refined its processes and adopted technology and innovation at a moderate pace. This change, for the most part, has had a certain cadence. Traditional practices were balanced with incremental change at a pace that the organization and its people, could absorb. Fast forward to today and the momentum has changed; the balance has been upset. The pace and scope of technological advancements is increasing at an accelerated rate, and it is poised to not only incrementally improve processes, but to fundamentally change them. With the new generation of tech such as Blockchain, AI, Immersive Reality and Autonomous Vehicles starting to emerge, that momentum will only increase. Our three conference chairs will lead a spirited discussion on how CIOs can survive and thrive in the Age of Acceleration.

Moderator:
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Wayne Pryor 2Five1 Consulting
Wayne Pryor Founder
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Wayne Pryor
Founder
2Five1 Consulting

Speakers:
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Jesse Carrillo Hines
Jesse Carrillo SVP & CIO Jesse Carrillo is SVP and CIO for Hines. He is responsible for directing all corporate technology, strategy and standards for Hines worldwide. At Hine
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Jesse Carrillo
SVP & CIO
Hines
LinkedIn

Jesse Carrillo is SVP and CIO for Hines. He is responsible for directing all corporate technology, strategy and standards for Hines worldwide. At Hines since 1994, he previously assisted in the implementation of the firm's accounting and property management software, held the lead IT role in the Enterprise Resource Planning implementation, and led the application development team until taking over as the head of Information Technology in 2007.

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Chandra Dhandapani CBRE
Chandra Dhandapani Chief Digital & Technology Officer As Chief Digital & Technology Officer, Chandra Dhandapani is CBRE’s most-senior global technology leader, with responsibility for all aspects of the c
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Chandra Dhandapani
Chief Digital & Technology Officer
CBRE
LinkedIn

As Chief Digital & Technology Officer, Chandra Dhandapani is CBRE’s most-senior global technology leader, with responsibility for all aspects of the company’s technology and digital enablement, including those serving clients and CBRE professionals. Prior to joining CBRE, she was a senior technology executive at Capital One Financial for 17 years.

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Scott Zimmerman CenterPoint Properties
Scott Zimmerman CIO Scott Zimmerman has been CenterPoint’s CIO for over 20 years and is responsible for directing the IT Department and aligning the IT strategy with the
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Scott Zimmerman
CIO
CenterPoint Properties
LinkedIn

Scott Zimmerman has been CenterPoint’s CIO for over 20 years and is responsible for directing the IT Department and aligning the IT strategy with the company's objectives. He is also responsible for CenterPoint’s corporate marketing activities as well as their business process initiatives.

Wrap-up & Close
Date: 6/5/2018    Time: 5:55 pm - 6:00 pm    Location: Mont Royal 2
Over the last 50 years, the commercial real estate industry has refined its processes and adopted technology and innovation at a moderate pace. This change, for the most part, has had a certain cadence. Traditional practices were balanced with incremental change at a pace that the organization and its people, could absorb. Fast forward to today and the momentum has changed; the balance has been upset. The pace and scope of technological advancements is increasing at an accelerated rate, and it is poised to not only incrementally improve processes, but to fundamentally change them. With the new generation of tech such as Blockchain, AI, Immersive Reality and Autonomous Vehicles starting to emerge, that momentum will only increase. Our three conference chairs will lead a spirited discussion on how CIOs can survive and thrive in the Age of Acceleration.

Speaker:
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Howard Berger Realcomm
Howard Berger Managing Partner, Program Director Howard Berger has over 30 years ofexperience in technology and commercial/investment real estate. As Realcomm's Program Director, he manages its US an
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Howard Berger
Managing Partner, Program Director
Realcomm
LinkedIn

Howard Berger has over 30 years ofexperience in technology and commercial/investment real estate. As Realcomm's Program Director, he manages its US and international conferences and CIO programs. Previously, he was with The Jamesan Group, which specialized in strategic technology consulting for the commercial real estate industry and prior to that, he was with TRW Real Estate Information Systems where he developed real estate information systems for the mortgage, appraisal and title insurance industries.

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The CIO Roundtable is a by invitation only event. You must be a registered Realcomm or IBcon attendee to reserve a seat for this event. Once you’ve registered for the conference, please RESERVE YOUR SEAT using the link below or by contacting Cheri Parr to let her know you are planning to attend. Space is limited so you must RSVP.

Cheri Parr – Program Manager   |   Phone: 310.421.4362   |   cparr@realcomm.com

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